Wear your medical history wherever you go!

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Doesn’t that sound intriguing? Imagine you no longer have to carry those bulky medical reports or those files whenever you are travelling for medical reasons. No longer do you have to worry about losing that prescription or forgetting the last vital status of your blood report. With technology so advanced, you can now wear your medical history wherever you go.

A portable or wearable medical device is now capable of containing all the medical information such that you do not have to worry about it. The medical device loads all your data into cloud storage systems which is accessible by any medical professional in the world. So, the next time you visit a doctor or walk out of the house without your reports, you no longer have to travel all the way back your home to get them back. Simply key in the medical patient information and you would have all the data available in a jiffy.

Multiple organisations such as Amazon and Google have been making it mandatory for their employees to enrol in such programs which collects all the information about them pertaining to medical history such that in the time of emergency all these could be used to save their lives. With stem cell research gaining traction, it is only natural that you have all patient data consolidate din one single place such that it can matched and collected in the time of need.

Electrical clinical history is the new future for medical records and it would be a surprise if people start carry pendants and buttons instead of those ugly brown files to the hospitals. You can make your medical record in the digital form and it is quite beneficial for future. Hope you like the post, do comment if you have any query regarding Electronic clinical history.


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