MedSuperi Startup

An electronic medical records system for Hospitals, Emergency Rooms and Clinics (with main focus on the latter). The system uses open source and some proprietary technologies for hosting, cloud computing, programming and security. It also vows to adhere to all HIPAA requirements and to provide the best experience and ease of use to its users.

There are several competitors for EMR/HER software. Regardless, none has gained market dominance because they are complex and technical – not made for doctors, but for technology professionals.

Some of the best known (below) are extremely complicated and constantly frustrate their users.

MedSuperi has medical clients, in Las Vegas, NV, that voiced interest in purchasing the software, although they have no interest in investing in development.

These clients have signaled interest in offering feedback in order to develop a user-friendly application for health professionals. They have also offered to test the software and suggest improvements and adjustments.

The objective of the solution is to serve clinics and practices, but also hospital and large health centers (long-term). The mission is to rank at the top of the EMR/EHR software solutions, beating the competition with intuitive design and efficiency.

Development performed in the US, with qualified technical team.

About MedSuperi

The MedSuperi system is a compilation of various medical modules that perform all the medical records tasks, management of prescriptions, exams, billing, customer service, scheduling, queues and procedures for both hospitals and ERs as for clinics, medical facilities, and Family practices, and medical services. The first phase will mainly serve clinics and family practices.
Aims to minimize the learning curve of 99% of health professional that do not have time for courses or complex workflow processes. Also, offers the best user experience, allowing medical professionals to browse through the system intuitively and easily. It allows users to organize their work environments in whatever way makes them comfortable with, be on a mobile device or desktop computer, or electronic chart boards. *
* A follow up project to create patient chart boards (or medical tablets) using OLED and long-lasting batteries.


In 2015 the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare (although decommissioned by Trump), officially started and demands compliance. In other words, from 2015 forward all professionals and medical institutions that do not comply with the program and its requirements are penalized.

With all these requirements also came the issue of numerous rules and compliance issues of the digital records system [article here]. Many agree that these pose a great obstacle to be overcome.

[..] It is a mandate that requires physicians to transition to computerized versions of patients' paper charts by 2015, according to and is another unfortunate arm of the Affordable Care Act. While some applaud this Electronic Health Records implementation process as proof healthcare is moving into the 21st century, many doctors are wary of having to rely solely on computers to access their patients’ records. I’ve outlined just a few of their concerns.
Paperless Problems: Doctors Hurting from Obamacare’s Digital Record Mandate by Cortney O'Brien
For more about the Affordable Healthcare Act, visit

Promises not kept

To overcome the financial issues of these radical changes the Obama Administration offered federal incentives to health professionals in order to comply with the new requirements.
Moreover, with these incentives spawned a dozen of medical software systems that promised to bridge the digital gaps while delivering useful systems for the medical profession.

By now doctors have already picked their choices and have had a few years “adapting” to their choices or switching, and yet are not satisfied. In fact, most unhappy and still searching for alternatives. In addition, these medical solutions are difficult to use, complex, with cluttered screens and too much conflicting information, little to no fluid workflows and steep learning curves.


Back in 2013, the University of São Paulo Hospital (Hospital da USP) requested a prototype based off the Manchester Triage System. That prototype was a modular solution for the patient queues that contained hundreds of daily patients. The positive acceptance of the prototype by doctors and professionals became the basis for the MedSuperi project.

Recently evaluated by doctors in Las Vegas, the prototype was highly praised by its simple and fluid interface. Those doctors showed great interest in purchasing a complete product. For that reason, the goal for creation the MedSuperi project is to provide continuity and to create the required modules for clinics and family practices.

The MedSuperi solution has the mission of replacing all other medical solutions in the marked and reaching top in sales and popularity in the medical field. Statistics from 2013 point to over 291 thousand doctors in the primary practice alone and over three thousand hospitals, not mentioning clinics and family practices. The profit potential is outstanding!


Each module focuses on a specific part of the workflow:
  • Patient Entry
  • Scheduling
  • Routine Exams
  • Medical Prescriptions
  • Specialized Exams
  • Billing Management
  • Queues by room or by priority§
  • Administration
§ Using the Manchester Triage system as priority base
* A follow up project to create patient chart boards (or medical tablets) using OLED and long-lasting batteries.

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