How we serve
Foreign medical professionals are sometimes serving in areas with limited access to specialists like cardiologists, neurologists, urologists, orthopedic surgeons, psychiatrists, and physical/occupational therapists. We enable general practitioners, pediatricians, surgeons, and other licensed medical professionals serving abroad to discuss and receive specialty consults for patients they are treating.
International medical clinics
International medical clinics can be supported with access to experienced licensed medical professionals in the US.
Telemedicine based remote care
International orphanages and foster homes can be supported by receiving care from US based medical professionals. For short term and long term missionaries, we developed a smartphone app that enables missionaries to connect in real-time with medical professionals here in the US. This can be used when the missionaries are sick and have questions on when to seek treatment overseas and discuss a diagnosis or treatment plan they have been given. In addition to providing care, we can coordinate with other organizations to help get low or no cost medicines and medical supplies.
Population health management software
Many mission based organizations and foster homes are caring for many children and underserved populations. We support these organizations with a secure lightweight web based EHR system so they can track all the individuals they care for. Having an accurate census enables mission based organizations to better deliver healthcare, vaccines, and medical supplies. In areas we with inconsistent access to the internet, we have paper forms that can be filled out, then scanned and digitized and maintained with the patient’s records.
There is an urgent need for children around the world to be adopted. Many of these children have medical special needs that may be unfamiliar to potential adoption parents. We enable potential adoptive parents and adoption agencies to have a child’s adoption file and medical history reviewed by a US licensed medical professional. These assessments consists of the child’s diagnosis, a recommendation for treatment, an assessment of the child’s quality of life with and without the treatment and any comments the medical provider wishes to share.