Project Description

Medicom
The Search Engine for Electronic Medical Records

Date & Time:

April 14, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Our healthcare system has many challenges, one of which is the difficulty of sharing information between systems and clinics. Medicom has developed a federated health information network that makes records accessible through a single interface which could save our health care system $525 billion annually.

In addition to making patient record sharing seamless and secure between provider networks, Medicom’s Software as a Service (SaaS):

  • Works with every EMR system
  • Is sold on a subscription basis
  • Is already in use by dozens of health systems including the United States Veterans Administration

That’s just the start. Medicom has also developed DeepMed, a platform that allows participating systems to share de-identified patient data for commercial research. Clients for this service already include GE Healthcare, Hologic, and Lunit.

Join our webinar to hear from Medicom Founder and CEO, Michael Rosenberg, and learn about the SaaS platform that’s saving healthcare systems millions and making lives easier for doctors and patients.

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