First Look: Medici Launches in U.S. To Change the Way Doctors and Patients Communicate

On Monday, Medici — the next-generation HIPAA-compliant messaging app that enables medical providers and their patients to communicate virtually via text or video — announced its official launch in the U.S. in all 50 states.

“Beginning today, users can invite their existing family physician, pediatrician, dermatologist, dentist, veterinarian, mental health provider, nutritionist and other medical providers to join the Medici platform.” the platform’s makers tell us.

Providers throughout the U.S. can similarly invite their patients to join Medici, which offers a more convenient, accessible and modernized method of communication and represents the latest innovation in healthcare technology.

Medici for patients is available for iOS here and for Android here.

Medici for doctors is available for iOS here and for Android here.

“The current healthcare model in the U.S. is fragmented and frustrating for both patients and their medical providers,” said Clinton Phillips, founder and CEO of Medici. “Medici focuses on reinventing the doctor-patient relationship and reforming how healthcare is practiced and delivered by offering patients and medical professionals a more streamlined and compliant system of communication and record-keeping.”

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