Yonsei University Gangnam Severance Hospital and Blockchain-based Medi-Pass Real Loss Insurance simple claim service linkage completed

MediBloc, a global medical information platform (co-representatives Woo-Gyun Go and Eun-Sol Lee), announced that it has completed the linkage of’MediPass’, a simple indemnity insurance claim service, with Gangnam Severance Hospital of Yonsei University College of Medicine in March.

Medipass is 11 months after linking with Yonsei University College of Medicine Severance Hospital in April 2020, and Yonsei University Gangnam Severance Hospital patients, the main visiting university hospital for patients in the Gangnam area, can also use Medipass to easily process indemnity insurance claims. So that it was interlocked. Accordingly, Yonsei University Gangnam Severance Hospital patients can easily and conveniently check their medical history without documents on the Medi-Pass app and directly claim all the data necessary for claiming the loss insurance claim to the insurance company.

Yonsei University’s Gangnam Severance Hospital, which opened in 1983, is a high-level general hospital representing Korea’s medical field with 824 beds. Yonsei University Gangnam Severance Hospital is equipped with the best medical support environment, putting the safety of medical staff and patients first, such as expanding patient beds, improving ventilation facilities inside the ward, and providing non-face-to-face communication with cooperative hospitals and clinics.

Medipass is a simple insurance claim service based on blockchain technology that allows you to download medical records for indemnity insurance claims and make claims for indemnity insurance within 10 seconds. It is characterized by the simplest and fastest way to make claims for real loss insurance with a maximum of 5 touches. As soon as Medipass is installed, you can check the medical history of Samsung Seoul Hospital, Seoul National University Hospital, and Severance Hospital for the past three years through simple identification. After the treatment is completed, insurance claims can be made simply as long as it takes about 10 seconds only for users of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, Hyundai Marine & Marine Insurance, Shinhan Life Insurance, and KB Insurance. MediBloc is expected to build a broad digital healthcare platform ecosystem that encompasses national medical institutions by expanding service linkages to primary and secondary medical institutions in addition to tertiary large hospitals.

Eun-Sol Lee, Co-CEO of MediBloc, said, “I am very pleased to link the loss insurance claim system with Yonsei University College of Medicine Severance Hospital and Yonsei Gangnam Severance Hospital.” “In preparation for the post-corona era, university hospitals also have medical staff and medical staff. The need for smart hospitals that can protect patients and increase convenience is increasing. Starting with this linkage, we plan to create an exemplary case for the medical information ecosystem by expanding the business scope in all directions so that more patients can safely manage and use medical information.”

Meanwhile, MediBloc is a company that is building a personal-centered integrated medical information platform based on a block chain. MediBloc recently successfully launched’Doctor Palette’, a next-generation EHR solution, and is operating’MediPass’, the nation’s first blockchain-based simple insurance claim service that allows you to easily claim indemnity insurance within 10 seconds. In addition, it has been recognized for its technology by actively conducting research and development with 15 domestic and overseas medical institutions, such as conducting KISA projects with Seoul National University Hospital, Severance Hospital, and Samsung Seoul Hospital. In particular, it was selected as the ’10 Expected Korean Startups Selected by Forbes’ in 2018, and was awarded the Minister of Science and ICT and the Minister of Health Industry Promotion Award in 2020.

MediBloc is expected to launch a’Vaccine Pass’ service in Korea that verifies vaccination details on the personal medical information platform Medipass with a blockchain-based distributed ID (hereinafter referred to as DID, Decentralized Identifier).


Author/ Translator: Jamie Kim
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