What is MEDoctor (MTEL)
MEDoctor has developed an artificial intelligence for diagnosis (which is free for worldwide usage). Based on the company’s proprietary 27,560 case study, the MEDoctor AI includes 898 diseases and conditions covering over 99 % of visits primary care physicians. Accessing our website directly from a smartphone or from a PC / Mac, a patient may initiate a diagnosis (DDx), helping them to make the appropriate decision regarding their ailment. They can also obtain a diagnosis for another person. It is accessible 24/7/365 worldwide.
One of the immediate choices offered to the patient is to speak with a physician via his / her smartphone. In MEDoctor’s network, online doctors, by video can advise the patient, without the patient needing wait days for a consultation or to commute, while still receiving advice from a licensed healthcare professional. He may also receive a prescription and a treatment, if needed.
To see a doctor the traditional way, the average patient care time is of 2 hours 25 minutes. This includes travel (18 minutes in average), waiting time, visit / treatment time and return time. Just the mean waiting room time to see a physician is 47.4 minutes.
With MEDoctor, this process is reduced to 6 minutes in average for the AI and 11 minutes in average for the telehealth visit with the doctor. The entire process in done in 20 minutes or so. In some cases this saving of time can be critical for example: a heart attack occurence.
On the other side of the telehealth visit, the doctor has his own console (here above), which displays before him, allowing for a quicker and more accurate diagnosis than other telehealth firms. His console includes the full disclosure of the patient’s questions and answers (on the left) and the likely diseases and pertaining medication. Thereby, he does not need to run the interview by restarting a full Q & A process from the beginning. The doctor can just read off of the work produced by the patient a few minutes earlier. He can then seek further precisions from the patient and spend more quality time with him.
The HD video capability is also quite important for the doctor. This allows for a more accurate determination of certain visual symptoms and signs, such as skin, tongue, eyes, etc.
MEDoctor’s approach to telehealth is quite competitive, thanks to these features. It increases the throughput of patients. It also offers a better legal protection for the doctor in case of potential medical errors, as all data is stored and retrievable.
With most, if not all, competitors of MEDoctor, the doctor’s interface is limited to a video capability. Those doctors are usually not accompanied or assisted by an AI at all. Yet, it is possible that a few of these competitors will develop their own AI in the future.
Once all is done, all the patient’s data gets stored into his blockchain personal health record (BPHR). This service is free. It serves to store all the patient’s data, but also to store the patient’s prescriptions and outcomes, in order, amongst others, to avoid counterfeit drugs. One of the big obstacles facing competing health record storage providers is HIPPA compliance. Medoctor has from the beginning been built with complete compliance to these regulations.
Pre-sales: Oct 10, 2018 – Oct 31, 2018
Public sales: Nov 01, 2018 – May 31, 2019
Pre-sale token supply: 7,200,000 MTEL
Token supply: 1,000,000,000 MTEL
Total tokens for sale: 61,100,000 MTEL
Soft cap: 3,000,000 USD
Hard cap: 50,000,000 USD
Blockchain Platform: Ethereum
Office address: 26, Sumpfstrasse Crypto Valley 6300 Zug, Switzerland
Country limitations: USA
Registration country: Switzerland
251 Little Falls Drive Wilmington, DE 19808, USA
Token standard: ERC-20
Token price in USD: 1 MTEL = 2.10 USD
Accepted currencies: BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC, DASH
Pre-ICO 1 = 30%
Pre-ICO 2 = 20%
Pre-ICO 3 = 10%
58.1% Public Sale
6.8% Operation Incentives
10.8% Management Incentives
6% Build the AI + Patent
3% Build BlockChain Health Record
2.1% Build the MEDoctor Online Pharmacy
0.4% Build the Doctors Interface