MediLiVes Healthcare Platform Launches AppBy Nov 13, 2019 3 Min Read
MediLiVes, the innovative healthcare platform based on AI and Blockchain technology, is to launch its App on Saturday 16th November in London. MediLiVes is disrupting the USD 10 million diagnostic industry by partnering with medical practitioners and patients on a single digital platform.
At the core of the MediLiVes solution is the ability to prevent possible catastrophic medical emergencies through regular diagnostic checkups. Working with different healthcare organizations the MediLiVes platform can monitor and store critical patient data. The App is capable of recognizing more than 20 different irregularities in ECG signals making the diagnosis of serious conditions significantly faster.
Using Telemedicine, MediLiVes can reduce the cost of access to personal medical data for algorithmic medical examination models. It also solves the issue of patients not having access to their own data, typically a patient may have data in a number of different silos; hospital, clinics, doctors, surgery, etc, but not be able to amalgamate them when necessary.
Founder and CEO Sunny Ahonsi, came up with the idea for MediLiVes after a disastrous A&E experience in London with his son. “We attended a very busy A&E department for more than ten hours before we were finally seen by the overworked medical staff. It turned out my son was not in any danger, was diagnosed in less than a minute and sent home. This was my aha moment.”
The aha moment crystallized in MediLiVes where telemedicine, underpinned by AI and Blockchain technology, can make a real difference in both preventative and reactive medicine. Users of the App can sign up for a year at a cost from USD 30 which allows for unlimited access to diagnostic readings of their data which in turn in stored on the App. Should a user feel unwell or wish for an actual consultation, then they can request access to a real medical officer, using filters such as medical specialty and geographic location.
“MediLiVes is like Uber for medicine-The The Uberization of Healthcare,” says Ahonsi. “People can reach out to medical staff when they need it – regardless of their location. This also reduces costs and even more importantly, access to medical care no matter where you fall sick. “
The task on onboarding medical staff is prioritized by strict criteria. All medical officers have to provide their country registered number and in-country medical certificate. This accreditation is checked on a three-month basis to ensure there is no change in practicing status.
“Telemedicine that enables a patient’s health condition to be monitored from a distance is one of the fastest growing industries in the world,” added Ahonsi. “The versatile nature of our core product means that it can find abnormalities not only in cardiology but also in diabetes, dietetics, civilization diseases, and chronic illnesses.”
Currently, there are more than 50,000 communities ready to start using the App, which is free to download. Ahonsi expects that to grow to 200,000 in several months.
To attend the event, please register here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/blockchain-in-healthcare-tickets-78259280615
To find out more, please visit here https://medilives.io/en
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