Welcome to a new era of digital medical records for refugees.
We are driven by a single goal: saving lives.
Our solution aims to give refugees access and allow them to carry their personal health records wherever they go so that it can be accessed by medical professionals when necessary.
Lack of medical records and proper identification regularly leads to more severe health conditions and avoidable deaths.
Refugees are particularly susceptible to diseases, especially after long journeys and limited medical care. Univie is changing this by providing digital health records for refugees.
increase in the number of patients seen by switching to digital health records
of refugees are hosted in developing countries (that may limited healthcare infrastructure)
of noncommunicable diseases come from four diseases
of the Syrian refugees living in Turkey were found to have high risk of noncommunicable disease
If I didn’t have the piece of paper with my medical diagnosis from the doctor who treated me in one of the refugee camps, I would not be alive today.
Iraqi Refugee, Cancer Survivor
How it works
Refugees and medical professionals enter essential health data via AI-powered questionnaires. The data is safely stored on secure, HIPAA-compliant cloud servers.
Patients and physicians use an app or QR code to view the personal health records whenever needed along the refugees’ journeys. With access to the records, healthcare professionals can provide faster treatment and safe lives.
Healthcare providers update the records with every visit, add notes and diagnoses to reduce the need for duplicate medical tests.
We are a team of solution-oriented entrepreneurs with diverse business, technology, medicine, design, and academic backgrounds. We have a strong understanding of the product development lifecycle and have a history of delivering product insights to customers.
This is a very important technology for us to ensure the quality and continuity of refugee care. I hope it will come to fruition in the near future.
DR. DORIT NITZAN, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION