Medal – Preventing Medical Errors One Record Transfer at a Time

ConsumerWatch

Imagine a world where medical errors have ceased to exist. Awesome, right? Did you also know that a quarter of a million Americans die from medical error each year? That is the third leading cause of death in the country all just from a medical mistake or administrative error.

This is where Medal comes in. Medal corrects these systemic problems such as poorly coordinated care, fragmented insurance networks, and lack of safety nets. Its mission is to provide timely, secure, and hassle-free sharing of patient records from any EMR. The best part? It takes less than a minute to install.

What makes Medal so convenient? You can request records from ANYWHERE in the United States. Medal also nips the prospect for making medical mistakes in the bud by allowing data to be transferred by and to any doctor. This data transfer can be made in just a few minutes and is completely secure.

Further benefits Medal has for health payers:

  • Medal works with existing systems and frameworks to export, structure, and identify clinical data for payers, providers, and their IT teams
  • No custom integration required
  • Human and machine readable by recognizing clinical synonyms

Healthcare providers can rest assured that they have the right data needed to deliver to clinicians prior to the patient arriving.

Talk about a win-win and a totally awesome solution that can, not only provide convenience, but prevent death by medical error.

Want to learn more? Visit medal.com today.

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