MTBC

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Exhibit Hall - 9000-46

Somerset, NJ 08873
United States

http://www.mtbc.com

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About MTBC

MTBC is a healthcare IT solution provider that offers physician practices a comprehensive product portfolio of fully integrated EHR, revenue cycle, PM solutions, and other related business services. Our entire product portfolio-along with native mobile applications-functions as a cohesive, single-database platform to help healthcare providers, improve their financial performance and ultimately transform their medical practice into a successful business enterprise. We serve an expanding array of diverse healthcare entities and our clients are spread across the healthcare continuum -from single physician, ASCs and hospitals-which is a testament to the functionality and flexibility of our core solutions.
Product Categories (5)
  • Blockchain > Blockchain
  • Electronic Health Records > Medical Management
  • Health Information Management > Health Information Management
  • Revenue Cycle Management > Revenue Cycle Management
  • SaaS (Software as a Service) > SaaS (Software as a Service)
New Products & Services (2)

Blockchain EHR Network

With the integration of blockchain, a continuously growing list of records that are linked and secured using a hashing technique, MTBC has created a medical record “home” that extrapolates patient data into a single, safe, and accessible location. The blockchain technology, called Hyperledger, links directly to the company’s EHR that includes a portal for patients to access their Personal Health Records (PHR) through a computer or smartphone via iOS and Android applications. Through the PHR, patients can grant varying levels of medical record access to physicians of their choosing, no matter what EHR system that provider uses in his or her practice. Once an approved physician adds data in the blockchain, those details are then mirrored to the EHR in real time, so the original record remains up-to-date, secure, and comprehensive while complying with regulatory guidelines. Maintaining a focus on user efficiency and security, MTBC is allowing other EHR vendors to connect to the blockchain as well. This interoperable approach eliminates the need for providers to duplicate entries in their original EHRs and in the blockchain by linking all applicable records through one data entry point. Not only does it eliminate the need to duplicate entries, blockchain will also create logs so that patients can see exactly who has touched the PHI as well as created new records. Blockchain will also provide patients with a key to access their own data, thus further securing the data. The company is rolling out its blockchain product in a phased launch with the current focus on features that allow patients to grant providers access specific to medication-related information. The second phase, scheduled to launch in the coming months, is slated to include sharing capabilities around physician notes, laboratory reports and clinical assessments.


Blockchain EHR Network

With the integration of blockchain, a continuously growing list of records that are linked and secured using a hashing technique, MTBC has created a medical record “home” that extrapolates patient data into a single, safe, and accessible location. The blockchain technology, called Hyperledger, links directly to the company’s EHR that includes a portal for patients to access their Personal Health Records (PHR) through a computer or smartphone via iOS and Android applications. Through the PHR, patients can grant varying levels of medical record access to physicians of their choosing, no matter what EHR system that provider uses in his or her practice. Once an approved physician adds data in the blockchain, those details are then mirrored to the EHR in real time, so the original record remains up-to-date, secure, and comprehensive while complying with regulatory guidelines.