Universal Permanent Medical Records for Better Healthcare

September 19, 2018

The world is struggling to find better healthcare. This is considered by many as a human right and is a constant pursuit of the government and medical industry. Even on a personal level, everyone is always looking for better healthcare. However, there is one fundamental missing piece that prevents healthcare system from functioning optimally: That is medical history.

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