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Fox Rehabilitation and MedBridge Join to Offer Con Ed and Healthcare Credentialing Platform

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According to a recent company news release, Fox Rehabilitation has partnered with MedBridge, a provider of online education courses, in order to adopt a continuing education and healthcare credentialing platform for its clinical and business operations teams.

The release notes that in collaboration with MedBridge, Fox Rehabilitation’s goal centers on providing its clinicians with a curriculum of evidence-based educational programs designed to be effective and enhance patient intervention and outcomes.

Travis King, PT, DPT, GCS, vice president of Quality Assurance and Professional Development at Fox Rehabilitation notes that the partnership hinges on value, “value to our clinicians, value to our patients, and value to our partners. MedBridge leverages innovation with industry leading speakers in the fields of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology. We are in an environment where superior clinical outcomes are the foundation to a successful healthcare organization. I feel confident that MedBridge is the right partner to assist us in building on our already strong clinical foundation of clinical excellence.”

The release reports that the MedBridge system has been fully customized for Fox’s needs, with the addition of a mobile app that is due out later this year for improved usability and enhanced clinical access.

Justin Kowalchuk, CEO, founder, MedBridge, calls Fox a “recognized leader in the private practice field for supporting its members in their ongoing professional development and elevated patient care.”

“We’ve had the unique opportunity to create custom curriculum and software functionality specifically to meet Fox’s needs. We’re excited that our partnership provides Fox Rehabilitation access to the highest quality clinical and patient education to continually develop clinical expertise and help improve patient outcomes,” Kowalchuk adds.

Source(s): Fox Rehabilitation, MedBridge