MasterMedical® tools for telemedicine and hybrid care make the management of healthcare events and outcomes cost and outcome effective.  Master Medical Network® business models bring efficiency to healthcare providers, institutions, and patients.  Our protocols flexibly relate services and providers and match them to each other, to patients, and to medical uses and applications according to selectable criteria.  Relational matching can be dynamic or fixed and linked via live synchronous and store & forward technologies.  A primary focus is on remote services.

Our MasterMedical® platform is a healthcare traffic control system.  Remote management of services, events, and outcomes, for example, enables network participants to use the system as a switching and matching mechanism for personnel, skill sets, services, and patients.  MMN supports monitoring and managing patients as medical states evolve.  Blending of local and remote services and personnel, whether city or rural based, can approach seamlessness.

Match the Right Provider with the Right Procedure

Match the Right Provider with the Right Procedure

Manage Distributed Colleagues, Patients, and Work Flows

Manage Distributed Colleagues, Patients, and Work Flows

Providers and institutions delivering services by electronic means—and their patients—benefit first and to the greatest degree by participating in the network.  MMN thus provides not only novel approaches for care and business models contemplated and mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, it also provides ways for providers with simpler practices to benefit economically in a provider network without large capital outlays.

Among the healthcare treatment and economic models that MasterMedical® management tools make possible for providers are virtual practices formed to specialty, disease, event, and outcome criteria.  Virtual practices can be stand-alone, group, or networked.  MasterMedical® providers can be grouped and managed according to levels of licensure, skills, and interests in relation to medical necessity and cost.  This approach makes it simple to create flex-care teams matched to optimal patient groupings, an essential aspect for creating viable accountable care units that include remote management of patients.

MMN recognizes that matching providers and services for remote delivery of healthcare can be highly situational.  The remote treatment of patients who are chronically or acutely ill physically requires groups of services and providers that are likely different from the sets of services and providers appropriate to the remote treatment of patients who are chronically or acutely psychologically ill, even though there is clearly therapeutic overlap.  Local providers and services also can be easily blended with remote ones.  This is important for the routine provision of care, but can be essential in the preparedness and ability to act in response to human or natural disaster.

MasterMedical® networking is the next step in healthcare delivery and management.  Our distributed network structure transforms healthcare interactions that are currently based primarily on point-to-point and hub-and-spoke systems into open structures that alleviate real and apparent shortages of providers.  MasterMedical® networking improves healthcare delivery and patient care because it allows healthcare to be organized into a flexible whole, with on-demand or scheduled encounters around-the-clock to and from most anywhere by many means.

The Right Touch

The Right Touch