Demo Release of Our Medical Records App!
As fun as screenshots are, we’re excited to announce that we’ve just released a demo version of our medical record app for you to download and try out for yourself!
Downloading on Android. All you have to do is install the Expo Client app from Google Play and use Expo to scan the QR code below.
OR you can simply open the project in Expo with the following link exp://exp.host/@mycoralhealth/mycoral-patient
Downloading on iPhone. Our app is available on TestFlight by invitation only. To receive an invitation please send an email with your first and last name and subject line “patient app” to firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll receive an email with instructions for how to download the app within 24 hours.
We’re releasing our demo now so you have the opportunity to test out the workflow and help guide the app’s design and features. We’d love to hear any feedback you have on the demo. If you have any particular suggestions the best place to send them is to email@example.com. We’re also always available to chat on our Telegram channel.
The app gives a sneak peak at some of the functionality we’re developing, including the ability to store encrypted medical records, access any record, and pick particular records to securely share or receive health tips regarding. While we’re still working on aesthetics and input forms, we’ve made great progress on the app’s architecture. We’re rapidly moving towards having all the functionality in place for our MVP. For those technically minded, you can follow our progress on our GitHub.
How the App Works
The first screen of the app displays all medical records that you’ve added or allowed someone to add for you. From there you can either add a new medical record or select a particular record to review. When you select a record, you have the option of requesting a health tip from our marketplace of doctors or sharing access to that record with whomever you choose, such as your primary care physician or emergency contact. You can see everyone you’ve shared records with and can revoke access to particular records using the shared records screen.
The other key workflow is adding new records. This can be done in a number of ways. You can allow a lab or doctor to upload records for you by letting them scan your account’s QR code or you can add records yourself. To add records yourself simply take a photograph of the record or enter the relevant information into our forms manually.
We hope you enjoy testing out the demo! We’re actively implementing several functionality features, especially to streamline the record adding process. Check out our Telegram to stay on top of the latest developments!