It’s here! New website announcement

We are pleased to reveal our newly designed website for MedUnison along with our new logo.

Our new website, aside from being aesthetically pleasing, is more agile, interactive, and is easier to scan, read and navigate, enabling customers to find what they need quickly. Just as importantly, our key messages and the DocSynergy™ value propositions are evident and clear.

One of our main goals we wanted to achieve when designing the new site was to help you get to know us better and get a feel for who we are as a company and how the DocSynergy™ health care platform can help your organization improve care quality and reduce cost. We are now using a responsive design, which means that you’ll see essentially the same design optimized for your smart phone, tablet and desktop.

We’re quite proud of it, but we know there’s still work to do. In the coming months, we hope to continue improving the site so that it best serves how we communicate with you.

MedUnison’s DocSynergy™ EHR Selected by Alaska Department of Corrections


MedUnison, LLC, a leading provider of cloud-based Electronic Health Record (EHR), telehealth and referral and utilization management solutions for health systems, announced that the Alaska Department of Corrections (AKDOC) has selected MedUnison to help improve the continuity of care for the State’s inmate population. Using DocSynergy™ the AKDOC Inmate Health Staff across 12 facilities will utilize a comprehensive electronic health record (EHR) solution to improve the quality of care and the ability to share information between facilities, along with enhanced reporting capabilities. DocSynergy™ will be implemented throughout Alaska’s statewide system of correctional facilities that serve both pretrial and sentenced inmates.

“MedUnison is a great partner.  Their continued efforts on our behalf during the evaluation period have certainly underscored the fact that we made the right choice in MedUnison.” said Laura Brooks MS, LPA, Deputy Director/Health Care Administrator.

DocSynergy™ is uniquely tailored to support asynchronous telemedicine and advanced communications capabilities.  Unlike most Electronic Health Record (EHR) solutions which can represent enormous up front and ongoing costs, DocSynergy™ provides a clear pathway to cost savings through minimal upfront costs, improved specialty utilization, and a reduction in transports – a quantifiable result that goes right to the bottom line.  Specialty care is actually enhanced through our solution. The asynchronous method is an effective means to facilitate fast and effective responses from specialists.

“We are looking forward to working with the Alaska DOC in implementing DocSynergy and enabling them to realize the savings and benefits that our customers have experienced. Alaska DOC’s unique geographic distribution presents healthcare delivery challenges that are ideally suited for our service platform.  For instance, use of the DocSynergy™ Doc2Doc™ module in one major correctional system has resulted in a 71% decrease in inmate transports for specialty care, and a decrease in wait times for specialists’ opinions from 3-4 months to less than 60 hours. These improvements in care quality are accompanied by significant reductions in cost, often resulting in a measurable return on investment (ROI) within months, not years,” said Wesley C. Wilkey, Chief Executive Officer at MedUnison.

MedUnison Selected by My Health Access Network to Strengthen Primary Care Access in Oklahoma

MedUnison, LLC, a leading provider of cloud-based electronic health record (EHR), telehealth and referral and utilization management solutions to health systems, today announced a collaboration agreement with My Health Access Network in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Through the use of MedUnison’s Doc2Doc™ solution, the MyHealth Access Network plan’s more than 500 area providers are able to instantly access patient health information through a secure common link with other providers.  Providers and specialists have direct access to one another to collaborate on patient care.  In addition, health leaders are able to analyze anonymous patient information in order to more effectively measure health outcomes.  Electronic sharing of clinical information within healthcare communities enhances collaboration, improves healthcare productivity, reduces unnecessary costs, increases patient access to care and enhances the overall patient experience.

“MedUnison’s solutions help physicians get back to doing what they want to be doing – focusing on their patients.  We provide a broader and more useful view of patient and community health, remove technological barriers to patient-centered care, and automate the gathering of information for administrative and reporting requirements,” said Wesley Wilkey, Chief Executive Officer at MedUnison.

“MedUnison is a great partner.  They are at the forefront of advancing healthcare technology” said Joe Walker the Director of Technical Operations at My Health Access Network.  “Through Doc2Doc™, we are supporting physicians and hospital systems by bringing disparate pieces of information together to form a complete view of their patient experience and population health trends, health system utilization and patient outcomes.”