Medcera Providing Technologies to Public Health Institutions on Coronavirus Containment

Medcera Providing Technologies to Public Health Institutions on Coronavirus Containment

As coronavirus (Corvid-19) ruffles economic ordinances, market systems and puts more humans at risk, the Board of Medcera, this morning, approved to share our Medcera technology to any public health institution that needs a modern health care tool to manage the virus containment. Medcera is the world’s first location-agnostic electronic health record system, making it possible that patients’ medical records are stored in one location, irrespective of city, hospital or domain. In other words, your medical record is always up to date, no matter where you are, provided the clinics are using Medcera. Medcera has integration with labs, imaging centers, pharmacy and insurance.

To collate and aggregate data, health institutions can use Medcera for their  agents and field workers. And in real time, via Medcera Insights, experts can see a heat map of potential risks as data is collected. While our technology cannot reveal the patient identity due to HIPAA compliance, we can tell you locations with risk vectors. That way you can activate the traditional protocols based on the healthcare regulations in your locality. 

If you reach out, our team will set up accounts for all your field workers and provide you access to Medcera Insights which has an advanced data analytics system to give you insights on data collected in real time. We are waiving all associated costs to any institution, private or public, in Africa and beyond. One requirement is that you must work with us via a licensed medical doctor fully licensed to practice medicine in your constituency as only doctors meet certain HIPAA requirements on patient data even if that data is anonymized.

All fees have been waived including training your team.

Our contact is [email protected]


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