Tomatomedical-life saving Medical App and Platform
Tomatomedical is the app for your medical data and emergency.
It has an Emergency App with SMS and GPS Position, digital health record on the smartphone with cloud, Datasafe for important documents, Translation in 16 world languages. A secure and AES and SSL encypted communication Platform with doctors, other medical professionals and insurance companies and health related organizations allows communication of all stakeholders in the healthcare system. Tomatomedical puts the patient into the center of the healthcare system: he has full control of his medical data and decides if he wants to share them.
The user can store personal data, insurance data, next of kin, vaccination certificates, organ donor pass, allergy pass and lists of current medication. All of this can be extremely important in case of emergency and could even safe the users life. In case of emergency patients are stressed and often forget important medical information like allergies and medication. If patients are injured, communication with doctors is impaired. This is life threatening. With the app all medical data always available. The user can use hotbuttons to dial emergency services like paramedics, next-of- kin and can send an emergency text showing current GPS position. A SMS with current GPS position sent by the tomatomedical app can save lifes after outdoor sports accidents like rockclimbing, horseback riding, cycling, skiing (GPS- Signal is mandatory for this service), because helpers can localize the victim and can get access to personal emergency medical data. tomatomedical can be a emergency call button for senior citizens or a personal Emergency Response System for mobile phones. A standard apple/ios or android phone or smartwatch is o.k. You don´t need special phones or additional devices for senior citizens or people with a handicap. Seniors can send an emergency SMS after a fall or in case of emergency at home or outside their homes or while travelling (GPS- Signal is mandatory for this service). Helpers can localize the victim and can get access to personal emergency medical data.
The app is designed for personal use of the patient. It can store all medical data including doctor’s notes, hospital reports and medical history. An encrypted cloud is available to store high volume data, such as comprehensive health reports, X-rays and MRI scans. The user can also use the cloud to back-up the local app data of his mobile device. The user can organize and share all local data and all cloud data. Data management with the app prevents a lot of expensive, potentially dangerous and useless prescriptions and examinations. The app will also make doctors happy because it saves a great deal of the doctor‘s time. It enables a doctor to go over medical history faster and enables all findings to be available. Waiting time in doctor‘s surgery and hospitals will decrease. When travelling worldwide, even in countries with completely different health systems, the user will have all his medical data available and can share that data with local doctors to enable the doctor to treat the patient quickly, accurately and efficiently.
GPS-emergency alarm with multilingual personal health record for patients for mobile devices and platform for communication
Personal electronic health record for mobile phones with secure cloud storage with SSL + AES 256 encryption. Platform for communication between patients, doctors & 3rd parties such as hospitals and insurance companies. Discharge management for hospitals to transfer medical data automatically on patient´s app and to referring physicians.
Data safe for personal documents and certificates.
Translations among 15 world languages.
Local emergency data available without internet access.
Cloud server in Germany. External data security officer. Registered at www.lda.bayern.de
IOS & Android versions and web app available.
Reminder for pills and appointments.
Optional: Medical Emergency Call Center 24/7, dead man sensor, Document Digitalisation Service, Doctor callback service