History

Timeline

2010
2010

Reaching businesses and non-profit organizations in the 2010’s

Most recently, businesses and non-profits seeking robust solutions for a variety of needs —  training, online testing, and web presence — have tapped into DxR’s expertise. Clients such as The Lincoln Academy of Illinois, Season to Buy, RevenueJump, and Wheels Through Time have come to depend on DxR for reliable,…
2001
2001

DxR Development goes International

DxR first took its products to an international audience in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, with foreign-language translations of DxR Clinician (Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese). Most recently, DxR Nursing SELECT and the Clinical Competency Examination have been translated into simplified Chinese. DxR partnered with Taipei-based Chun Shin Limited and DxR…
2000
2000

2000s

DxR Development expanded into online testing when it partnered with The Chauncey Group (later Educational Testing Service), the makers of the TOEIC exam. This experience would prepare the company for work with the National League for Nursing, Graduate Readiness Exam (GRE), American College of Psychiatrists, and Northwell Health System (formerly Northshore) for online…
1999
1999

1999

DxR Clinician became a Web-delivered application in the late 90’s. As connectivity increased, the software could be used anywhere there was a reliable internet connection. Initially, that meant flexible usage for US schools, but eventually international interest increased, which meant translating Clinician into other languages… first Spanish, then Japanese (a…
1992
1992

1992

DxR Development Group, Inc. was formed and launched the Diagnostic Reasoning product on floppy disk. Later named DxR Clinician, the program allowed medical students to interact with a ‘virtual’ patient. Students gather clinical data through interview questions, conducting a virtual physical exam, and selecting lab tests from a database and…
1990
1990

Mid to late 1990’s

Together, Dr. Myers as CEO and Benz as Vice President of Programming, piloted DxR Development Group toward new areas, developing computer programs to learning content in a more engaging way. Myers’ drive in promoting the Diagnostic Reasoning software led to key connections and eventual partnerships with pharmaceutical companies such as…
1987
1987

1987 – early 1990’s

Personal computers were scarce, powerful computing machines were cumbersome, room-sized ‘mainframes,’ and the Internet was just toddling toward what would become a pervasive worldwide presence. At the same time, medical education was primarily lecture-driven didactic learning followed by clinical experience under the tutelage of practicing clinicians, with little else in…

Future

Moving forward: DxR Development Group’s staff stands ready to assist educational innovators, businesses, and non-profit groups with their educational, Web application, and technology needs. We remain committed to a thoughtful, sound, and customer-centered development process in all that we do. Let our expertise play a part in your organization’s future.