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A Crowdsourced Campaign to Help Patients Access Their Medical History

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Patient-centric healthcare is all the talk — patients should be able to take an active role in their own healthcare.  A big part of that role is the ability to access their entire medical history in one place digitally. Doesn’t that make sense?  LinkedMD™ thinks so!

To find out more about the LinkedMD™ app, how you can be one of the first adopters of the new technology and to see our Kickstarter video, click here The LinkedMD Project.

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LinkedMD

Thank you for your support, V. Rod! It is something we all need, a common ground, central location.

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V. Rod

This is brilliant! It could break the barriers between providers using different EMR system and able to communicate. The idea will also help keep track for families and all. Way to go, you have my support! Good Luck LinkedMD!

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LinkedMD

Thank you, Dr. Mike! That is exactly the idea. We appreciate your support!

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Dr. Mike

Ah good. Now I can at least ask my patients to sign up so that we can look at all their information in one place, something EHRs somehow fail to accomplish. Seems like if we just did this, but designed for the docs, instead of meaningless use stage I and II we would be so much further ahead.

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LinkedMD

Thanks Peter. Again, we appreciate your support! The Kickstarter campaign is designed to raise additional funds to implement development designs on iOS and Android. The product definitely needs to be accessible by all platforms!

Peter Elias
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Hmmm. Touting a product aimed at increasing interoperability for health care information, without mentioning that the product is Windows only?