One Med Chart is a user-driven universal medical records repository that gives people the ability to monitor, improve, and keep track of their health. The mission here is to not bind people to a specific medical records system in order to provide maximum exposure of medical records with minimum delay to those who need access to it, e.g., emergency medical personnel.
Patients do not have control over their health records. Doctors are not getting records shared between doctors in a timely manner. Family members cannot access records to share when family members are in vital situations. There is no snapshot of patient information to be shared with EMT's. Electronic medical record companies are fragmented all over the healthcare landscape. People do not have a single location to view, manage and share their medical records.
Augusta HiTech has developed AI and blockchain based web application to keep healthcare data of patients and make the application easier and intuitive to the users to view their medical documents, book appointments with doctors, send messages and emails to the application users, external users, track their medication, track their fitness goals, add snapshot of their medical history etc., Augusta Hyperledger Smart Blockchain allows patients to store their records in the blockchain. Patients can share their records with anyone and allow access to anyone. Patients can create snapshots for EMT and more.
One Med Chart for Patients is a wellness application that is user (patient) driven. Users have a universal medical records repository and the ability to monitor, improve, and keep track of their health. The mission here is to not bind people to a specific medical records system in order to provide maximum exposure of medical records with minimum delay to those who need access to it, e.g., emergency medical personnel. Unlike all other patient medical records applications, One Med Chart does not gather electronic patient health information, connects to smart devices, allows a person to set workouts, and keeps track of medications. What is more, a person can schedule an appointment with a doctor near them. (Sharing medical records with such doctor is possible whether the doctor uses One Med Chart or not.) One Med Chart gives users the freedom of sharing their medical records through the secure application or sending it securely through e-mail. Also, patients can receive their medical records from their doctors through fax, e-mail, or directly from an electronic medical records system. Additionally, said the patient can upload his or her records to One Med Chart.
The first (and another One Med Chart first) feature to emphasize is One Med Chart’s Snapshot; a patient prints his or her Snapshot, which is a QR Code, that has his or her information in case of an emergency. The Snapshot is meant to be carried in a wallet or purse with other cards or ids That Snapshot is essential to saving lives. Through that simple Snapshot, One Med Chart gives patients the control of sharing information with the public or emergency personnel. Inside the One Med Chart application, users will choose what information to share with the public and what information to share with medical personnel. Only authorized/certified EMS personnel have access to the One Med Chart EMS app which is required to view a patient’s private Snapshot. A SNAPSHOT DOES NOT GIVE ANYONE ACCESS TO A PATIENT’S MEDICAL RECORDS. A use case for the Snapshot would be an unconscious person with a condition (mental health, medical conditions, allergies, emergency contact information, and/or medication) out in a public location needing medical assistance.
The next feature is the ability for a user to control his or her medical records through Document Manager. The Document Manager accepts medical records in various formats to cater to the needs of those who need it most. One Med Chart allows patients to control their records by allowing controlled access to the records and controlling the length of time (time bombs) to view said records. Easily and securely receiving and sharing medical records is a continuous task that One Med Chart aims to always provide. The solution is to not only be able to share one’s records but to be able to share loved one’s records in case of an emergency as well. Of course, a One Med Chart user must share his or her records first as each user controls his or her records. Now, medical records are usually needed or created during medical appointments (physical, surgery, etc.). Naturally, One Med Chart understands (as do most people) that last minute appointments are difficult to find. Our team of experts have found that it is also difficult for medical facilities to fill last minute cancellations and no-shows. Another factor for such difficulty is having medical records available. With One Med Chart’s goal of minimizing unnecessary health risks based on lack of medical information, having an application to request (and schedule on the practice’s side) and keep track of appointments with one’s medical records attached mitigates such risk. Convenience is a bonus. One Med Chart is essential to prevent unnecessary deaths from lack of information, but it is more than that for a person’s health.
One Med Chart ‘s My Health allows a person to create regimens and workouts inside those regimens, and track daily calories lost, daily steps taken, and medications taken. Inside My Health, users also have Fitness Cards (Heal, Stamina, and Olympian). The first Fitness Card, Heal, allows a patient to create a regimen based on a doctor’s plan. After the user creates his or her regimen(s), the doctor must approve the regimen(s). Progress and completion of the doctor’s plan are tracked. The purpose of Heal is implied in its name. Consequently, Stamina is for people who work out, want to keep track of their workouts, and/or share their workouts with others. Working out consistently every three months earns a user a higher rank of Fanatic. Getting better is more important than getting sick, and consistently exercising properly improves the human body. Yes, unquestionably, saving lives is One Med Chart’s priority, and exercising also helps with achieving One Med Chart’s priority.
The third Fitness Card, Olympian, is for record breakers and the physically elite. This is the only portion of One Med Chart that is shared publicly. Olympians are people/athletes who decide to compete for the top spots in specific regimens or workouts. These three Fitness Card versions allow people to exercise at their own pace. Lastly, in My Health, users are able to take their measurements and pictures, which can be linked with specific stats for regimens and workouts.
A great addition to My Health is One Med Chart’s Fit Center. This section connects smart devices and fitness platforms, such as Apple Health, Google Fit, Fitbit, iHealth, etc. Moreover, One Med Chart will continue to connect to more devices and platforms. My Health takes advantage of the Fit Center to link a smart device’s gathered data and attach it to a workout. For example, a person can go on a three-mile run, register that workout, and link his or her calories burned and heart rate from an Apple Watch. One Med Chart believes (as do many) exercising regularly will keep people healthier much longer than not exercising. For that reason, One Med Chart promotes exercising. More importantly, One Med Chart is using technology to ensure secure universal access to medical records while promoting a healthy lifestyle. Simply put, a few minutes of uploading medical records could save one’s life in the long run while working out could improve one’s life expectancy.
Finally, and most importantly, Augusta has used Blockchain technology along with NodeJS, MongoDB, Angular 6, Angular Material Design, SendGrid Email, primeng, ngxCharts to build the One Med Chart.
Augusta has set multi-factor authentication to access their accounts in One Med Chart. All information is encrypted at rest, i.e., only a user can view and chooses who can view his or her information. Keeping One Med Chart Health Information (OMCHI) accessible to only those authorized by the user is just as important as any priority.
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