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VideoKall, Inc

Our tele-diagnostics vision is to expand access and expediency to care into patients' daily routines, with robust diagnostics for unparalleled patient and provider safety ---improving the overall health of the community. Our services cover around 40% of the outpatient needs with an addressable US market for our unmanned micro clinic of 300,000 locations. All customers will be supported by regional medical providers, plus a central nationwide medical call center operated by our company.
Making healthcare with remote physical exams available where needed
Type of Organization
Vendor - i.e. Established companies, non-startup
Provider - Individuals or organizations responsible for providing care to patients (e.g. doctors, nurses, hospital/clinic administrators, etc.)
Size of Organization
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8300 Burdette Rd, #471
Bethesda, MD 20817
United States

ClinicStop platform with unmanned micro clinic, smart medical chair and smart gurney monitor
Our CLINICSTOP Micro Clinic (cabin) and Smart Chair combined with our Supervisory Terminal creates a tele-diagnosis platform enabling the delivery of the world's first remote and complete physical exam to patients outside the traditional clinical setting. Our proprietary cabin allows for the use of remotely operated and monitored patient diagnostic devices applied by the patient with audio-video guidance. The cabin includes auto cleaning of instruments and auto sanitizing for bacteria and virus
Category of Innovation
Digital Health - A digital health solution is a technology-based solution whose user is caring for or providing care for themselves (think of a personal app) or another individual (such as a doctor using a tool to help their patient)
Intended End User
Patient - Individuals who receive health care
Provider - Individuals or organizations responsible for providing care to patients (e.g. doctors, nurses, hospital/clinic administrators, etc.)
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Problem (i.e. barrier, issue, complication, etc.) being solved for the end user
The US healthcare industry is fragmented and in a state of flux. Providers are starved to increase revenue and optimize EBIT to remain viable. Patients face an ever-increasing shortage of primary care physicians; plus, patient access to healthcare, except for consults, is often inconvenient or unavailable, resulting in low-acuity cases being treated in high cost settings, plus cancellations, and leakage through available out-of-network providers.
While telemedicine technologies will remain on the strategic road-map to expand coverage and functionality, today they are simplistic. The provider relies on patient communication of symptoms, but the absence of real"time discrete data capture increases the risks of misdiagnosis. In industries such as banking, new technology has improved quality, efficiency and customer service; whereas in healthcare, patients have a service level which would not be tolerated in other industries. In addition, COVID "19 has further complicated on"premise visits with even less physical interaction and distance for assessment of symptoms. While this reduced interaction is exponentially helpful to mitigate this public health crisis, the void in assessing severity of conditions must now be provided by enhanced telehealth solutions with extended value and capabilities --- in essence, tele-diagnostics.
Idea/solution to the problem, if applicable
Allow the physician or nurse practitioner to conduct a remote physical exam with broadband audio/video interaction, where services and measurements are on-demand, clinical quality. Place patient access points in their supermarkets, work locations, universities, etc. for convenience and sharing, thereby lowering costs.
Level of adoption (i.e. list of customers/users, testimonials, etc.), if applicable
senior living chain and national supermarket chain are ready for trials of the unmanned micro clinic. Truck company is ready to sponsor units at truck stops. American Red Cross, FEMA and US Army are interested in evaluating the Smart Medical Chair. GW Medical Faculty associates is prepared to evaluate the two aforementioned products and be the first medical provider. They also suggested the Smart Gurney monitor which will be ready late Fall.
Funding Stage
Series A
Optional, but desirable to get FDA clearance