TripMedic is an international, in-language, medical booking platform that allows travelers and expats to easily and instantly select and book the right practitioners in loco. Selection of location, laTripMedic is an international, in-language, medical booking platform that allows travelers and expats to easily and instantly select and book the right practitioners in loco. Selection of location, language, specialty, insurance, etc, allows Users to find the best medical help all around the world. The result is to reduce intensely the stress of needing medical help whilst being away from home and not speaking the local language. Where coverage is difficult we will provide video consultations to provide the best outcome possible.
We also provide a User-centric, secure and globally interoperable, multilingual eHealth Record that gives Users control of their medical data. Through our technology, medical and pharmacological data is translatable by code, creating internationally usable reports designed to follow the patient on their medical journey around the world. All optimized to ease collaboration between all medical players, improving the patient experience and treatment success!
Cross-referencing WHO and UNTWO there are well over 15M sick travelers annually and over 50M expats that prefer in-language care. Feeling ill is bad, feeling ill when you are away from home, where you are not understood, is frightening. What you crave is in-language empathy, a friendly voice that says “Don’t worry, we’re taking care of you”. Indeed, there are ways to find help, if you have the presence of mind and the ability. You can search the web for practitioners, call embassies, scour the yellow pages, ask the hotel’s reception, etc. But this can last hours and the quality of the result is far from sure. And then what? Linking the obtained care with follow-up is patchy at best. Determining what was diagnosed and prescribed relies on your abilities to verbally recount everything. All too frequently, the first consultation abroad is just a patch measure and not the beginning of a path to health, so another consultation is necessary to re-start or correct the process. more