Imagine your medical records, health information,

Personal valuable documents travel with you wherever you go.


Health Cube enables businesses — including hospitals, pharmacies and lab testing companies — to store personal health information and engage with their customers in new ways.


Better Information Means Better Health Care

Health Cube focus on the total health of the patient—going beyond standard clinical data collected in the provider’s office and inclusive of a broader view on a patient’s care.

  • Accurate and complete information about a patient's health.  This enables providers to give the best possible care, whether during a routine office visit or in a medical emergency, by providing the information they need to evaluate a patient's current condition in the context of the patient's health history and other treatments.
  • The ability to quickly provide care.   In a crisis, Health Cube provides instant access to information about a patient's medical history, allergies, and medications. This can enable providers to make decisions sooner, instead of waiting for information from test results.
  • The ability to better coordinate the care they give.  This is especially important if a patient has a serious or chronic medical condition, such as diabetes.
  • A way to share information with patients and their family caregivers. This means patients and their families can more fully take part in decisions about their health care.

The main goal of health IT is to improve the quality and safety of patient care. The promise of fully realized Health Cube is having a single record that includes all of a patient's health information: a record that is up to date, complete, and accurate. This puts providers in a better position to work with their patients to make good decisions.

Health Cube can also flag  potentially dangerous drug interactions (to help prescribing doctors explore alternatives before a problem occurs), verify medications and dosages (to ensure that pharmacists dispense the right drug), and reduce the need for potentially risky tests and procedures.