OWN YOUR HEALTH

Empowering patients to safely own and share their health and wellness information.

OWN YOUR HEALTH

Empowering patients to safely own and share their health and wellness information.

We are EHR Data

Introducing the first healthcare platform utilizing Bitcoin SV that incentivizes patients to share their personal health data with their healthcare providers and other related entities. Merging the worlds of healthcare, technology, and blockchain, EHR Data is moving toward becoming the facilitator of global health records, workflow, and pharmacy editing services that seek to put the patient first. We have devised a way to empower both patients and their team of healthcare providers with our proprietary distributed ledger technology. On this secure platform, we can ensure strict compliance with government regulations on data protection.

The EHR Data website is designed for patients to authorize which healthcare providers and research facilities can access and/or add to their Electronic Health Record in real-time. A member wellness reward program is provided to patients who coordinate care with their providers. For the first time, patients can claim ownership of their own data in order to have direct influence over their individual health outcomes, while being rewarded to do so.

WHO CAN BENEFIT?

Our Blockchain and Smart Contract based solution can benefit a variety of people & industries.

As we move to become the national facilitator of patient data, our goal is to improve privacy control and overall health outcomes. We give patients control of their own healthcare data while incentivizing them to choose to share it with their individual healthcare providers and other chosen entities.

Patients

Patients control a centralized online Electronic Health Record (EHR) where they can coordinate their data by giving access to their chosen providers, researchers, and other healthcare professionals.

Prescribers

Prescribers have real-time access to a Patient’s complete Global EHR, promoting safety, better choices and better outcomes.

Pharmacy

The hub of Global Workflow, which runs clinical & financial edits while seamlessly connecting all entities involved in creating the patient’s Global EHR.

Clinical Researchers

Clinical Researchers will have real-time access to all of the patient’s medical data, medical device data, adverse events, side effects & outcomes.

Employers

Lower your healthcare costs with employee incentives to share their health data and participate in wellness programs.

Governments

For the first time ever, Governments and law enforcement will have a national view of a real-time EHR.

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

Pharma will have real-time access to the largest and richest medical database in the world, providing unparalleled opportunities for leading edge drug research.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

Check out this video of our very own Ron Austring speaking at the Wales Tech Week virtual conference as he discussed how blockchain will improve the healthcare industry and patient health outcomes through the increased access and security of data.

Current Status of Patient Data

Today, patient data is spread out in data silos/databases that usually don’t communicate with one another. For example, if a patient is transported to the emergency room but the treating doctor does not have that patient’s medical history on hand, the doctor will have to rely on the patient to verbally communicate their history or wait for records to be sent over from another provider’s office and depend on the accuracy and depth of that shared information.

Future Status of Patient Data with EHR Data.

Our goal is to combine those disparate silos into one, creating a readily accessible Global Patient Record (GPR) that the patient has complete ownership of, and their team of healthcare providers can easily tap into at the permission of the patient.

Look at it this way: A patient with a fair amount of digitally stored healthcare content can share data with their various healthcare providers and have the peace of mind knowing their providers have their whole clinical story. While another patient, who doesn’t carry any of their medical history, digital or not, is left with providers making uninformed decisions around fragments of the patient’s clinical story.

Who will have the better outcome?

How Will It Work?

The EHR Data platform is connected into healthcare providers to update global patient health records in real-time, creating one source of truth for patients’ medical history.

Within EHR Data, the patient has unprecedented control of their healthcare data. When a patient goes to a provider for a healthcare treatment or service, the data associated with that event is stored in their Global Patient Record (GPR). The patient then decides who has the permission to access it.

Our patient-permissioned data services allow various healthcare and research entities to use the information EHR Data has collected at the patients’ prerogative.

Get rewarded for sharing your data and complying with your provider’s instructions

Patients are incentivized to share their personal health data with their providers, pharmacies, pharmaceutical manufacturers, drug researchers, and so on, to receive the best care while contributing to improvements in healthcare.

Hyper-focus on a global problem: The opioid crisis.

More available patient data means better prescriber care

Our innovative approach to addressing the opioid crisis in the United States involves using the EHR Data Global Patient Record (GPR) to serve as an aggregate database that captures opioid claims across all pharmacies in the nation. By collecting this data, our system calculates patients’ Morphine Milligram Equivalents per day, or MME/day. This number reflects the total daily opioid dosage a patient is ingesting. Our system flags patients who are above a certain threshold, alerting the pharmacists and physicians.

By calculating the total daily dose of opioids, we can identify patients who may benefit from actions such as closer monitoring, tapering opioid use, prescribing Naloxone, or other methods to decrease the risk of overdose.

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