MediPrepare: Revolutionizing health care at the patient’s fingertips
Smart questionnaires are filled out by the patients themselves; putting them back in control of the data they share, and decreasing the workload of doctors. Accurate and simple medical records free up more time, enabling you to upgrade the level of care you provide for your patients. We combine intuitive technology with a human-centered approach for efficient administrative health care.
Patients provide answers
The questionnaire is person-centered and relevant; it only asks applicable questions based on previous answers. Filled in by the patient at any location before the appointment, the results allow consultation time to be used more effectively.
Letter to Doctor
A valid and well-structured letter is made available for quick and safe medical review. The necessary information is presented in a recognizable format that has been developed and preferred by doctors over centuries.
A better doctor-patient team
Doctors lack the time to talk properly to their patients. Tight schedules and chaotic medical records reduce actual consultation time. Doctors and patients can conveniently improve communication together.
Suited for all parts of the health care chain
Our tools are flexible, adapting to every health care level. Anyone can use them, from emergency departments to general practitioners and dentists.
Don’t let language become a communication barrier. Thanks to standardization of the questionnaire, it is available in most languages of the world.
Both patient and doctor work together to maximize accuracy of health records and ensure they are up-to-date, ultimately providing better and more efficient diagnosis and treatment.
Reviews from our pilot
Dr Philip Boerebach
Board of Directors; Pharmacist; MD
at International Health Center The Hague
Keeping the patient context up-to-date was a consistent challenge.
The Mediprepare patient chart is created in 15 minutes and lets doctors interpret relevant information in just 15 seconds. Patients complete the questionnaire conveniently in their own time, at home or in the waiting room. Patients themselves lay the groundwork for the doctor and patient dialogue to ensure the best possible consultation outcome. IHCH expects better quality care processes with Mediprepare online questionnaires in general, and vast improvements regarding unknown patients and language barriers in particular.
Dr Sylvana Hazenveld
MD at Huisartsenpraktijk Emmers
To grasp the entire patient context was nearly impossible before.
Incomplete information is a risk; Mediprepare is so thorough, it’s even helping us fill in information gaps of long term patients! Our patients gladly fill in the questionnaire to get better value out of their consultation. The questions are dynamic and adapt to the patient’s input, helping us to create a far more complete medical overview. Our patients enjoy being accountable for their own file, having the power to give or refuse access to their own information.
Dr Wim van Donselaar
MD Medical Advisor Urgency Care Practices and Director Student Healthcare and Travel Clinic Delft, Netherlands
Information exchange is a key challenge in healthcare.
NWN wants to solve this challenge because outside office hours doctors do not know the patient. NWN found MediPrepare solution for this. MediPrepare solution enables patients to generate easily a professional overview of their health history. They can print and share it with each doctor either in hard copy or electronically. The doctor has now a complete patient record with all relevant health indicators leading to better quality in urgency service and more efficiency. With this pilot we want to demonstrate the impact of improved information exchange in urgency care for both doctor and patient.
Information exchange in health care, worldwide
Our aim is to provide better health care to everyone around the globe. Our solution embraces technological advances in a people-centered way; a completely new approach to health care reform.
Current systems such as EHR, EMR and EPR are extremely complex and present large overwhelming masses of data. Our tools do not. Instead, they present relevant information. Our tools are interoperable, integrating seamlessly into any system and adapting to languages. Doctors, patients and institutions can all benefit from less administration and a more streamlined workflow, leading to more effective medical communications.
Perfecting pre-admission with participatory health care
Our tools take patient portals one step further, offering patients complete autonomy over their data. Patients provide the input to create their own dynamic patient chart, thereby becoming active participants in their own health care once again. The dynamic patient chart offers:
The questionnaire navigates through thousands of questions based on input, asking only relevant ones.
The smart questionnaire asks questions based on previous answers; patients are not needlessly frustrated from answering large amounts of irrelevant or repetitive questions.
Mobile patient engagement
Time-saving and cost-effective, online questionnaires can be answered conveniently on mobile phones. Increase patient engagement from home or in the waiting room.
Available in any common language
The standardized questionnaire is available in over 100 languages.
Affordable health care
Health care information systems tend to amass unstructured data logs, taking up time and money to collect and interpret. Our tools enable patients to take control of their information by completing the pre-admission themselves. This decreases the doctor’s workload and thereby increases the time available for the patient. By decreasing both time and money spent on pre-admission, effective health care provides practitioners with clear and relevant information regarding their patients.
Keeping personal health records private
Confidentiality in health and social care is important. The patient is the owner of his or her data. Patients decide what information to disclose, whom to share their personal health record with, and can even revoke access. The patient’s privacy is therefore guaranteed.