MV News

Although a private company, Medical Voyce has been in the news many times since being founded in 2006. Below are some example articles and interviews:

June 25, 2012

Health-care apps for smartphones pit FDA against tech industry

By Dina ElBoghdady, Published: June 22

Three tries. More than two years. And roughly $150,000.

That’s what it took for MIM Software to get the Food and Drug Administration’s clearance for a smartphone application that physicians can use to view MRIs and other medical images. Full Story>>

Other Coverage of this Story

The Times-Picayune            The Cumberland-Times News          iHealthBeat         

 

Feb 10, 2012

Friday, February 10, 2012 - Medicine and Politics in America by Adam Frederic Dorin, M.D., MBA

SAN DIEGO, February 10, 2012 - There has been a disturbing trend at the level of the federal government, and by state governments and state-based insurance companies, to ration medical care delivery options. One way this philosophy of socialized/government-directed medical care is implemented is through the restriction of treatment modalities designed and ordered by physicians for their patients. One such mechanism proscribes rules by which patients must first be tried on lesser expensive--and often ineffective or dangerous--drugs before being allowed to take the medication(s) actually prescribed by their doctor.  full story >>

 

Oct 7, 2010

NMMS network attempts to cure non-HIPAA compliance
For the Headlight
Posted: 10/07/2011 12:00:00 AM MDT

ALBUQUERQUE The recent New Mexico Medical Society (NMMS) and Medical Voyce LLC., partnership aims to protect New Mexico doctors from violating federal HIPAA regulations with unsecured communication by providing a free, interactive network connecting New Mexico physicians with each other, doctors across Wyoming and Colorado, as well as other neighboring states working to join the network.

Patient information exchanges between consulting physicians presents challenges to maintain HIPAA compliance because up until now the state lacked a free and easily accessible communication network for physician use. full story >>

 

Oct 5, 2010

Posted: Wednesday, October 5, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 6:46 pm, Tue Oct 4, 2011.

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ALBUQUERQUE - The recent New Mexico Medical Society (NMMS) and Medical Voyce LLC., partnership aims to protect New Mexico doctors from violating federal HIPAA regulations with unsecured communication by providing a free, interactive network connecting New Mexico physicians with each other, doctors across Wyoming and Colorado, as well as other neighboring states working to join the network.

HIPPA is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. full story >>

 

Aug 23, 2010

Tri-Lakes Tribune
Virtual health care database available

The search for a new doctor just became easier thanks to a new local online resource. Medical Voyce is a website used to connect medical professionals and help consumers find the right physician and other medical information in El Paso, Teller and Pueblo counties. “It’s the only site in the region that brings medical information to the consumer,” Scott Casey, chief operating officer, said. The website, www.medicalvoyce.com, has two portals to access. One is for doctors and one for consumers. full story >>

 

Aug 19, 2010

Colorado Springs Gazette

Local site aims to give patients resources

After launching an Internet site for physician associations in March, the local Web firm Medical Voyce (medicalvoyce.com) is now rolling out a consumer portal aimed at people looking for a doctor or researching medical resources in their community. Like the physicians’ site, which he began in partnership with the El Paso County Medical Society, Medical Voyce founder Dirk Hobbs is beginning the patient-oriented site in Colorado Springs and hopes to expand it to all of Colorado and then other regions. full story >>

 

Aug 3, 2010

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Help in choosing a doc

Patients in Colorado Springs now have a local online resource designed to help them take control of their health care. MedicalVoyce.com has launched its public web portal, giving patients free access to a physician directory that enables them to research doctors and find one who is right for them, the company says in a press release.The directory lets potential patients check to see what insurance is accepted by a doctor and study their educational background, specialty and certifications. full story >>

 

Mar 29, 2010

Colorado Springs Gazette

The Internet is awash in medical information. What it’s been lacking, said Dirk Hobbs of Colorado Springs, is medical resources. There needs to be an easier way for physicians to communicate with each other and for patients to find a doctor, Hobbs said. His new venture, Medical Voyce, seeks to meet those needs. Medical Voyce is a Web site, medicalvoyce.com, with information and tools for doctors, including a directory for referrals and articles on medical, legal and business issues relating to running a medical practice. full story >>

 

Mar 24, 2010

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Doctors aren't only healers these days. They must be negotiators with insurance companies, businessmen and personnel managers. To mark Doctors Day on March 30, the El Paso County Medical Society announces a web site powered by Medical Voyce to provide a host of tools to help physicians run their businesses and practice medicine. "The technologies and web-based resources available through the new site allow health care providers to run their practices with efficiency in an ever tightening atmosphere," Carol Walker, the society's executive vice president, says in a news release. The site outlines legislative issues and requirements, plus a doctor-requested online referral tool tied to a growing physician directory. more >>