World's 1st Secure Mobile Personal Health Record
Share data and personal records with anyone, anywhere, any time of your choice
- Sync.MD is accessible anywhere, anytime to anyone given personal permission
- Sync.MD allows the VOICE OF THE VETERAN™ to control their own records
- Sync.MD enables seamless transfer of medical records: across networks, providers, employers and locations
- Sync.MD satisfies federal Data Privacy protections
- Sync.MD results in improved outcomes
- Sync.MD reduces duplication of services, cost, time, liability and medical errors
- Sync.MD is immediate for accessible urgent and emergent care
- Sync.MD supports compliance with federal regulations
- Sync.MD decreases in-person requests for records
- Sync.MD requires no integration to EHR
Meeting the needs
In today’s environment, care coordination and time to care are affected by the delay in the availability of health records. Sync.MD makes paper copies of records obsolete. Mobile personal health records for patients ensures immediate availability in any setting.
Sync.MD turns that paradigm on its head by providing a simple solution for immediate access to records 24 hours per day 7 days a week. The patient is the custodian of their records. The control of sharing this data with others resides with the patient and translates to including providers, caregivers, family or others who may need access to critical data.
SYNC.MD’s framework provides for the close coordination of health information based on the patient’s desires.
Patient centered, by design
Learn more about the product for patients:
Record Release available in 60%
Veteran Initiatives in 3 states
Patient becomes the
nexus of the data transfer
Removing complexities, legal risks and fees
Eugene Luskin Co-Founder & CEO. Seasoned entrepreneur, marketer, and inventor with over 10 years of CEO experience and over 20 years in the software, firmware, and hardware development industry, ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies (Microsoft, Intel, Parametric) with expertise and experience from embedded systems and networking to platforms and integrated data solutions, ranging from enterprise to consumer-centric solutions.
Cecilia Zapata-Harms, VP, Corporate Operations and Strategy. Global strategist, business developer and executive in life science, biotechnology and healthcare companies for over 25+ years and has been involved in formations of many successful startup endeavors. Started her tenure as a strategic planner and project management at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research in the early 1990s. Was Program Administrator for the Molecular Pharmacology, Clinical Research Division under the leadership of Dr. Lee Hartwell and Dr. Stephen Friend. The Seattle Project, as it was known in 1994, landed Cecilia as Project Officer for the National Cancer Institute and was part of the original team that founded a biotech start up - Rosetta Inpharmatics. Integral to the formation of the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) in 1998, Cecilia held many leadership roles overseeing facilities, strategic development and affiliate network and strategic outreach.
Raif Khassanov, Co-Founder & CTO. Seasoned engineer, leader, and executive in technology companies for over 25 years with background ranging from ballistic calculations for space missions and special onboard satellite software development to end-to-end consumer and enterprise software and hardware systems development for US and European markets, being employed or contracted by such companies as Intuit and Microsoft.
Paul Buehrens, MD, CMO. Leader and visionary with special interest in preventive medicine and appropriate use of medical care, having experience as full-time family physician for over 35 years, Medical Director of Lakeshore Clinic, board member of MPNW, Chair of Puget Sound Family Physicians, President and Chairman of NW Medical Group Alliance, Member of Medical Group Advisory Boards to Premera and Regence, and Medical Director of Evergreen Health Partners.
David Eckert, CFO. Experienced finance and operations executive for a wide range of companies, from early stage start-ups to public. Over 30 years, Mr. Eckert has held executive roles through the rapid growth stages of startups, including, for example, DocuSign, PayScale, Starwave, and Aldus, and worked with numerous investors and VC’s through raising the required growth capital and to successful acquisitions and IPOs.
Rose Guerrero, VP, Business Relations. With 40+ years of hospital and cancer program management, Ms.Guerrero positions have included Associate Director of Administration University of California San Diego where she was responsible for developing the first stem-cell transplant program in San Diego. With broad experience in hospital operations and financial performance Ms. Guerrero has consulted with more than 200 hospitals in the US and in 4 foreign countries. A lifetime focus has been improving the delivery of patient centered care while providing state-of-the art technologies to physicians and providers. She was instrumental in providing a live lab in which to partner and participate in the development of SYNC.MD.