MediXall Group, Inc. ( OTCQB : MDXL ) is pleased to announce the appointment of its first Medical Director, Dr. Pedro A. Sanchez, D.O. Dr. Sanchez is a graduate of Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and served his residency at Wellington Regional Medical Center in Wellington, Florida. Dr. Sanchez is Board Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, and has been a successful family practice physician for over 25 years.
Carl L. Larsen, President of MediXall Group, Inc. commented, “We are extremely pleased to have Dr. Sanchez join our team officially. We anticipate that Dr. Sanchez will have a very positive impact on our operation from providing Subject Matter Expertise to assisting in the analysis and review of future acquisitions. Dr. Sanchez’ broad grasp of so many facets of the medical and healthcare industry, including his deep clinical and practice management experience, will greatly benefit the development and deployment of the key portfolio companies that we are building and looking to acquire.”
What could be a better way of securing data rather than a heartbeat? A scientific research team from the Binghamton University believe that heart’s electrical pattern may be used as an encryption key for electronic records.
Currently the complexity and cost of present encryption tools do not allow the full implementation of such data into telemedicine field and mobile healthcare systems.
Scott Wolf, CEO and Director of Research and Jennifer Doyle, Vice President of Administration of Grace Century recently attended a seminar entitled “The Evolving Role of Video in Today’s Marketing Mix”, that was hosted by Big Wheel Marketing in the Cove Rotana Hotel, Ras Al Khaimah on December 7th, 2016.
Speakers included Adam Kwasniewski from Google, Kunal Badiani from Oracle Marketing Cloud and Cal Barton from Atlas Television and the content focused on the development of video as a medium for marketing and promotion from the best-practice perspectives of cloud technology, online distribution and cutting-edge creativity.
Fast Company reports that Apple has bought Gliipmse, a startup company that is focusing on the development of the comprehensive Electronic Health Records system which will be integrated directly into patients? smartphones.
Gliipmse states personalised and shareable health records across the nation as its company vision.
It is reported that the acquisition happened earlier this year. Nonetheless Gliimpse did not publish any official press releases on that matter, Apple has issued its usual ?non-denial? statement that said the following: ?We buy smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans.?
This week, our EHR project partner The Quantum Group, Inc. received some fantastic news. Following an initial submission way back 2009 describing a method to increase the protection of sensitive patient data from malware, Quantum is proud to announce that it has received approval from the U.S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its 12th patent.
The increased demand for digital and automative technology in medicine is driving a significant increase in demand for electronic medical record (EMR) and electronic health record (EHR) products, according to our recent article in Digital Journal.
The technology behind EMR enables the storage of a huge range of data pertaining to the medical history of patients, delivering fast access of patient information to clinicians and ultimately promoting better clinical outcomes for patients. The prevalence of EMR uptake is especially pronounced in larger hospitals, with a slower uptake currently observed in smaller hospitals however it is felt that this lower uptake is related to the relatively smaller budgets that smaller hospitals have at their disposal.
It has been announced that two?versions of the Platinum Health Information System Inc. Electronic Health Record (EHR) product SkyCare 4.2, have had their certifications terminated by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Scott Wolf, CEO of Grace Century comments ?As predicted by Noel Guillama, CEO of our portfolio project, The quantum Group and its EMR platform PWeR, this article illustrates ?that the Industry will begin to see shake ups in inferior products that do not meet increasing standards.?
Erin Byrne,?Managing Partner and Chief Engagement Officer at?Grey Healthcare Group, recent spoke to eMarketer about the?changes in the way health and wellness are managed, specifically with regarded to how medical technology is evolving towards wearable and even implantable devices to support the collection of Electronic Health Records.
Scott Wolf, Grace Century CEO comments “never have we as a society been more integrated into our surroundings. The future is here, and we will all be plugged in whether we like it or not!?
?The Electronic Medical Records industry is going under some dramatic shifts,? says Scott Wolf, CEO and Director of Research of Grace Century, a private equity consultancy, located north of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. ?This article spells out everything perfectly?