Finally, a better way to ensure effective patient communication!
Vidatak LLC, the nation’s premiere provider of patient, family and caregiver communication products and consultation services is the developer and manufacturer of the EZ Board™ suite of communication products. Dedicated to patient advocacy, especially for communication-vulnerable patients (patients unable to establish or maintain effective communication without assistance), Vidatak is focused on the development of patient tested communication solutions that work. Using a research-based product approach, Vidatak continues to refine and improve its products, providing cost-effective solutions to critical care providers and patients who may be unable to speak or write effectively. Effective, efficient and easy to use, the EZ Board™ products represent a quantum leap improvement in patient communication tools. The end result? Better communication between the patient and the care-giver, reducing the risk associated with medical error. Now available in bi-lingual format with 20 different translations, the EZ Boards are the solution of choice for non-English speaking patients and care providers seeking effective translation tools.
Vidatak will soon be launching its iPad application, leveraging its evidence-based content and employing new AAC adaptive technologies to expand its value.
To continuously provide state of the art, evidence-based communication resources for patients who suffer from or are vulnerable to communication impairment.
Every patient who has a communication impairment be provided a means to effectively communicate with their family and providers on their time, in their preferred language, demonstrating understanding, not withheld from resources that would allow this vision to be made possible.
"My husband wanted to talk but the tracheotomy was making it difficult, so only sounds came out. When the EZ Board arrived, you have no idea how it made me feel. My heart was happy and tears of joy came, knowing that you cared enough to help my husband communicate with all of us."
—Wife of a patient