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Visible Productions Changes Name to Visual Health Solutions; New Moniker Reflects Focus on Multimedia Communications for Improving Healthcare

Serving the healthcare industry for more than 15 years, multimedia communications company Visible Productions announced today that is has changed its name to Visual Health Solutions. The new name reflects the company’s expanding suite of solutions for improving clinical knowledge transfer and patient education.

Visual Health Solutions is dedicated to advancing communication between patients and their healthcare providers; enhancing patient self-management and engagement; improving patient outcomes; and, reducing the cost of healthcare. Its services are designed to help payers; providers; digital media companies; pharmaceutical companies; medical device companies; and advertising, marketing, and public relations agencies make healthcare information sharing more effective through the use of precise visual solutions.

“Visual Health Solutions has unique expertise in integrating its vast catalog of animations with the latest visual technologies to create premier multimedia content that educates and informs healthcare consumers, physicians and other healthcare professionals,” said Paul M. Baker, chief executive officer of Visual Health Solutions. “Our new name is a reflection of this expertise as well as our commitment to delivering services that have a positive and enduring impact on the healthcare community.”

Visual Health Solutions has built a large and continuously expanding library of visual resources that it combines with the latest in digital and mobile media, interactive delivery platforms and image morphing technologies. The company’s library includes thousands of 3D animations, illustrations, interactive anatomic models and patient engagement programs, which address all aspects of healthcare information needs. Primary solutions include:

  • Patient engagement and clinical training programs
  • BodyMaps - an interactive visual journey through the human body, with links to desired content on the host’s website
  • Interactive pathologies incorporated into custom learning centers
  • Custom animations, including mechanism of action (MOA), mechanism of disease (MOD) and medical device functionality
  • Content for the patient-centered medical home and to facilitate shared decision making
  • Visual demonstratives for medical/legal defense
  • Interactive mobile platform development

Visual Health Solutions develops its clinical content in concert with leading healthcare institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Medical Center, Stanford University Medical Center, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United States Surgeon General and others. The company has provided impactful multimedia services to clients such as The Dr. Oz Show, ABC News, NBC News, American Medical Association, Kaiser Permanente, Pfizer, Amgen, Proctor & Gamble, DaVita, United States Government and others.

About Visual Health Solutions

Headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo., Visual Health Solutions is a multimedia communications company dedicated to advancing communication between patients and their healthcare providers; enhancing patient self-management and engagement; improving patient outcomes; and, reducing the cost of healthcare. Founded in 1996 on the belief that the human brain is better at understanding complex clinical information when it is presented visually, Visual Health Solutions has developed proprietary software that traced, stacked and rendered all anatomical organs, organ systems and regions from a database of sectioned images created by the National Institutes of Health – National Library of Medicine’s “Visible Human Project.” These accurate and detailed 3D digital models are the cornerstone of the company’s expanding library of precise visual resources that make complex medical information easy to understand. For more information, please visit www.visualhealthsolutions.com.

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