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The Problem

Modern medical documentation and record-keeping are too often isolated, with very few options for connectivity between various hospitals, clinics and care settings and caregivers. Patient-to-doctor realtime communications are the exception rather than the norm.

We strongly believe that it should be a global right for everyone to have access to quality, comprehensive records and communications.

This includes not just caregivers, but the community as well. No one should have to worry about where to go to find their medical history, whether or not it will be accessible when they need it, or if their doctors are getting the full picture of every aspect that affects their wellbeing - even if some of those aspects wouldn’t have previously belonged in a traditional paper health record.

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Opportunity

Our initiative was initially inspired by a Professor of Emergency Medicine who told us about a young girl in the Haiti earthquake of 2010 who had a Guillotine amputation of her leg. People just like her woke to find that procedures had been done and there were no records accompanying patients to indicate their diagnoses, operations or any future care plan. This unaccountability would not be tolerated were they not as vulnerable and had access to more resources.

We have heard countless stories like this and we felt the weight of the reality that each of these stories was a real person.

We knew that a sweeping solution was vital

In 2017, we started speaking to doctors, patients, community caregivers and basically anyone who would listen, explaining our vision. Our team is working together to design what we believe to be a thoroughly unique solution with tremendous potential to improve quality and availability of care, by approaching the problem with an empathy-centered perspective.

Our Vision

Our goal is bold: To design the world’s most thorough and user-friendly Intelligent Health Passport.

We are approaching the challenge by focusing on simplicity and ease of adoption for patients and caregivers alike, both at home and in developing countries. No demographic or aspect of health and wellness needs can be left behind.

We Support the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals

The SDGs, adopted by all the world’s nations, cover nearly every aspect of our future — for our planet, and for humankind. They concern all people, all countries, and all parts of society. There are 17 goals in total, and they aim for nothing less than a transformation of global civilization. We support and are doing our part to achieve these goals, specifically:

To learn more about the SDGs, visit http://17goals.org/


#3: ENSURE HEALTHY LIVES AND PROMOTE WELL-BEING FOR ALL AT ALL AGES

Our platform is being designed with users of all ages, lifestyles, backgrounds and cultures in mind, to support from birth through their entire lives, both in times of health and when facing wellbeing challenges.


#10: REDUCE INEQUALITY WITHIN AND AMONG COUNTRIES

Encode Health is not only being implemented in the modern hospital setting, but also where it matters most - as a go-to rescue medical system - responsive in natural disasters, major incidents, conflicts and complex emergencies throughout the world.

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80%
Providers Embracing Digital Health
54%
Developing World Internet Usage
6
People with a Goal
1
Health Passport for All

About Us

The Encode Health Team

CEO
COSTAS FANTIS

Cos is the founder of Encode Health. He studied pre-clinical medicine at St Andrews obtaining a BSc(Hons) in Space Medicine and In 2010 he founded the biggest medical summer school in the world, Future Excellence International Medical Summer School. He has served as Lead Surgical Officer at the medtech company Touch Surgery and is currently Head of Medical Business Operations at the Dr Morton's Medical Helpline.

SENIOR VP
DR BALJ DHEANSA

Clinician consultant in Plastic surgery for burn wounds, researcher and innovator.





PUBLISHER
PETER ASHBY

Healthcare entrepreneur and consultant to Open Clinical.

AI OFFICER
LAI OGUNSOLA

Machine learning engineer specialised for EHR in UK health systems.





RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
ANNA PACHOLCZYK

Doctoral student at the Institute for Science Ethics and Innovation, School of Law, University of Manchester.

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