The Medeligo® release makes it easier for oncologists to access the most current diagnostic, therapeutic, and treatment information to help deliver better care for their patients.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) December 24, 2020
LiveMed Media today announced the release of its latest version of Medeligo® — its innovative medical search tool that allows oncologists access to the most current, trusted information available within seconds. The rapid advancement in oncology presents a significant challenge for oncologists wanting to apply the best evidence-based information when caring for their patients. Medeligo® gives oncologists access to the most current diagnostic, therapeutic, and treatment information at the point of need.
The latest release includes:
- Enhanced search configurations to provide precise targeting of information
- Improved relevancy and timeliness of results provided
- Refined machine learning algorithms to better improve access speed
Medeligo® was designed by oncologists, with technologists and librarians’ help to solve limitations with existing reference tools and complement them with access to the most current information available from credible sources.
“We are excited to launch our enhanced search optimization protocols to deliver even more targeted research and information to oncologists at the point of care to support their clinical decisions,” Jill Wiercioch, Head of Search and Information Services, commented. “Patient care will improve when physicians can quickly and easily access the information they need.”
Medeligo™ is currently available on the App Store.
About LiveMed Media and Medeligo®
Medeligo® is the brainchild of neurosurgeon John Ruge, MD, FAANS. His frustration with existing mobile options to quickly and easily find critical neurosurgical information led to LiveMed Media’s founding and the subsequent development of Medeligo®. Medeligo® provides fingertip access to the latest and most relevant oncology research and information in seconds. Learn more about Medeligo™ at http://www.medeligo.com