As far as partnerships go, a joint effort can be considered successful when the result of the collaboration is greater than the sum of its individual parts. This is why we see the recent partnership between Genus and Confirmed Consent as a successful one. This collaborative effort has positive implications for both parties, but more importantly, this convergence of forward-thinking healthcare professionals is necessary to reform the digital health landscape and push the healthcare industry into the 21st century.

Confirmed Consent is an HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based healthcare platform that provides interactive patient education, as well as comprehensive delivery of procedural information by the provider to streamline the perioperative workflow for patients, providers, and facilities.

The flexible and highly conformable platform ensures standardization of informed consents, increased levels of patient engagement, and optimal resource allocation for providers and surgical facilities, all of which lead to higher rates of productivity and satisfaction as well as decreased litigation. Confirmed Consent goes above and beyond to educate and empower perioperative patients, providing them with the knowledge and tools they need to give truly informed consent based on realistic expectations. The platform also operates in several different languages and has the ability to integrate with 32 EHR systems as of right now.

At a time when the healthcare system is overburdened with the weight of a global pandemic, it’s more important than ever that we look towards digital innovation as a viable solution. The Genus patient relationship management platform supports patients throughout the treatment process from the safety and comfort of their homes, and guides them from the initial consultation all the way to the outcome. Likewise, Confirmed Consent helps enable healthcare facilities to avoid cancelling elective surgeries, and ensures that perioperative patients receive the information they need to make well informed decisions regarding their respective procedures. The combined efforts of Genus and Confirmed Consent allow patients to continue engaging with and receiving the highest quality of care, while also minimizing the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

We are extremely excited about our recent partnership with Confirmed Consent, and we can’t wait to see what this collaboration brings. The possibilities for sweeping reform are limitless, and we look forward to exploring the future of digital healthcare alongside Confirmed Consent.