InstaMD is a comprehensive system that allows patients to take charge of their own health by tracking and measuring their condition and share results with doctor in real-time. This means that hours spent commuting to a doctor’s office and waiting to be seen can become history, not to mention that eVisit Platform includes a payment capability for patients to pay for an online visit.
InstaMD’s Multi-Use Headset works with any existing stethoscope to record amplified, high-quality sound and catch heart, lung, or GI sounds, which are then uploaded to vital tracker web and mobile app.First device InstaMD is offering is the Multi-Use Headset that works with any existing stethoscope to record amplified, high-quality sound and catch heart, lung, or GI sounds, which are then uploaded to vital tracker web and mobile application. Said app automatically archives clips for patients to be played or shared on demand. eVisit affords patients the ability to connect with a physician virtually with the added benefit of integrating the InstaMD Multi-Use Headset recordings and other dynamic virtual visit capabilities, such as single-click video conferencing, screen share, exam scheduling, etc.
Doctors can connect with patients for a simple check-up or to listen in on vitals without needing to schedule a office visit. They will also be able to immediately upload vitals into a patient’s health record and perform shorter and more frequent remote check-ups.
With growing technology usage in medicine, it’s important to have a system that easily integrates with everything else patient have going on. Not to mention that the multi-purpose headset adapts to any existing stethoscope. Patient won’t have to purchase specific equipment to use with this device.
InstaMD is currently raising funds at Indiegogo, with the goal to reach $60,000. It lacks more than $59K and with 7 days to go, chances are it won’t get the money it needs. For those who want to bid nevertheless, there’s the $111 package that has a retail value of $199. Delivery date is set October of 2014.