The FormDrop app allows patients to electronically fill out and submit forms to healthcare providers using their personal smartphones, with no need for clipboards, paper forms, or electronic tablets. Patients can also use FormDrop to index their patient ID's and personal health information on the Universal Patient Index as well as to authorize access to that information by healthcare providers—whether or not those providers have adopted the Universal Patient Index platform.
FormDrop is a component of Kalibrate Blockchain's emergence strategy for rolling out the Universal Patient Index, according to Kalibrate Blockchain CEO Calvin Wiese.
"Exclusive FormDrop SDK licensees will have unique opportunities to create patient engagement and reach patients in their markets, including patients outside their provider networks," Wiese says.
Hospitals interested in an exclusive license to embed FormDrop are invited to visit the Kalibrate Blockchain booth at the HIMSS19 Conference, which runs through Friday, February 15. Early registrants will be given right of first refusal for the exclusive FormDrop SDK licenses.
HIMSS is a global nonprofit organization that focuses on "better health through information and technology," according to its website. Its annual conference features education events, an exhibit hall with more than 1,300 vendors, and networking opportunities for the more than 45,000 "champions of health" expected to attend this year's event.
Kalibrate Blockchain, an Orlando-based corporation, is engaged in indexing healthcare with blockchain. Its Universal Patient Index blockchain platform resolves patient identities across healthcare. It requires no initial registration or implementation by doctors or hospitals and is supported by additional products and services that allow patients to take full control of their personal health information. The Kalibrate Blockchain team has extensive experience in health information, healthcare problem-solving, healthcare finance, and biotech. Visit https://www.kalibrateblockchain.io for more information.