隨著科技的發達，許多醫療器材跟著數位化，電子病歷與醫療資訊系統的出現，不僅有效降低醫療失誤，也大大提升了醫療品質及效率。如今，「以病人為中心」的醫療概念出現，為了加強病人對自己身體健康之重視，對於人體的基本狀況、疾病的基本觀念（包括如何預防與治療）是必須的。因此，本研究提出了以3D人體模型頁面，與醫師之醫囑系統做連結，使醫師在看診的過程中，可連結至頁面，將3D人體模型與疾病基本觀念，作為醫病溝通之輔助工具，以近年較常見之腸胃相關疾病作為案例使用，期望能透過此系統，有效提升醫師與病人之間的溝通效果。 本研究以專家訪談與病人滿意度問卷作為系統之評估，訪談對象為3位具有20年以上腸胃看診經歷的腸胃科醫師，病人滿意度問卷總共蒐集了70份有效問卷，並以統計軟體SPSS22.0進行資料分析，再與醫師之訪談內容，做一研究統整。研究結果顯示，視覺化之醫病溝通，有效提升病人對於看診時的滿意度，且針對系統內容，病人更願意瞭解與疾病相關之基本觀念，本研究之研究成果，提供醫病雙方一個更方便且更有效的溝通輔助工具。 With the development of technology, many medical equipment followed by digital. The EMR (Electronic medical record) and HIS (Healthcare/ Hospital Information System) not only effectively reduce medical errors, but also enhance the medical quality and efficiency. Today, the “patient- centered” concept of medical care emerges. In order to strengthen the patient’s attention to their own health, the basic situation of the human body and the basic concept of disease (including how to prevent and treat) is necessary. Therefore, this study proposed a 3D human body model page linking the doctor's system. The doctor may use the 3D human body model and the basic concept of disease as a medical aid tool. This study is based on the more common gastrointestinal problems in recent years as a case, hoping through this system, effectively enhance the communication between doctors and patients. In this study, we conducted an expert interview and the patient satisfaction questionnaire to evaluate the system. Expert interviews were three gastroenterologists with more than 20 years of gastrointestinal experience. A total of 70 valid questionnaires were collected and analyzed by statistical software SPSS 22 .0 for data analysis. Finally, according to doctors’ interviews and the patients’ satisfaction questionnaires for a study of the whole. The result shows that the visualization of the disease communication has effectively enhanced the patient's satisfaction at the time of visit. For the content on system, the patients are more willing to knowing the basic concepts associated with the disease. The results of this study provide a more convenient and effective communication aids for both medical and health care.