About Edify Medical…

“Edify Medical is creating tools to drive inclusion for the health sector and beyond”

Edify Medical is an Australian technology company breaking down barriers and striving for impact!

Developing Apps to help scale communication and training by accommodating different learning styles with text, videos and multi-lingual functionality.  Enabling users to undertake tailored Continued Professional Development (CPD) and training across different industries. Our communication tools foster inclusion and equality for our multi-cultural society. Creating access to a wider audience across the globe.

We aim to positively impact people globally with our first offering to market EdifyMed. Making medical education equitable by removing language and access barriers to impact patient health outcomes in Australia and across the globe. EdifyMed provides Healthcare and Allied health professionals access to practical and theoretical content to support decision making in English and translated into multiple languages. Our first offering to market is  EdifyMed and we are creating a family of ‘EdifyApps’ with a health focus. This has also branched into future bespoke white label solutions with Orbitis8 for companies wishing to have there own branded Education and Training App.

Edify Medical  – connecting the world through a network of knowledge.

Why are we doing this

“The literature suggests that non-English speaking physicians were found to have difficulties comprehending medical literature in strict English, which constitutes a barrier when practicing Evidence-Based Health Care (EBHC)1″

Only around 5% of the world has English as a first language*

Existing limitations to share and scale training and communication globally

“We aim to improve comprehension and ultimately health outcomes by offering alternatives to English only education

Edify Medical strives to have a social impact

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“Improving the availability and use of relevant, reliable health care information has enormous potential to radically improve health care worldwide.”  

Pakenham-Walsh N & Bukachi F 2009

* The Lancet  – September 2018.  1. https://bmcmededuc.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12909-019-1846-x