Visible Body's Human Anatomy Atlas 2017 Edition Recognized with Gold Digital Health Award
Posted on Nov 21, 2016 12:00:00 AM by The Team at Visible Body
Newton MA--November 21, 2016 – Visible Body today announced that its worldwide best-selling reference app, Human Anatomy Atlas 2017 Edition, received a gold medal and top honors from the Fall 2016 Digital Health Awards.
This year marks the 18th annual awarding of the Digital Health Awards, honoring the world’s best digital health resources. Organized by the Health Information Resource Center, the awards recognize high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals. A panel of 24 experts in digital health media served as judges to select the winners from nearly 400 entries.
Human Anatomy Atlas 2017 Edition won the Gold for Mobile Application Patient Education. The app includes 3D models of the male and female body; muscle origins and insertions; bony landmarks; cross sections, MRI scans, and cadaver images; and microanatomy. The content is organized by body systems and regions that can be quickly found by browsing or searching.
Healthcare professionals can rotate around the body, zoom into an area, and explain normal anatomy and conditions to a patient. With a few taps or clicks, muscle, soft tissue, and organs can be peeled away to get exactly the visual that facilitates a conversation between patient and clinician.
This app also includes in-depth, encyclopedic anatomy reference content in seven languages. Healthcare professionals use Visible Body’s Human Anatomy Atlas 2017 Edition for both patient education and personal reference.
Visible Body offers web and mobile subscriptions of its products to medical libraries, universities, hospitals and other institutions. Many medical device and pharmaceutical companies rely on custom versions of Visible Body apps to communicate new advancements to customers and within their organizations.
About Visible Body
Visible Body’s 3D anatomical models and animations of the human body make learning and teaching anatomy and physiology visual and engaging. We create apps that advance the way students learn and healthcare professionals practice. Over a million people have used our products over the web, on iPads, iPhones, Android devices, zSpace, PCs, and Macs.