The Yonkofa Project's dream is ambitious... to open a new clinic in Ghana every year until the needless suffering of thousands of Ghanian children and adults ends.
Mandeville, Louisiana (PRWEB) August 06, 2014
My Code Matters LLC, announces affiliation with PhaaseID (Patient Health Analysis and Support Environment Identification) and the Yonkofa Project (http://www.yonkofa.org) initiative.
My Code Matters, LLC announces their custom software solution being developed for the Yonkofa Project : PhaaseID biometric identification system. According to Ian Buchanan, Vice President of Yonkofa project, “The software will be deployed in Ghana on a pilot basis for Phase 1 of the project. The goal is to allow health care providers to use iris images to quickly identify patients and provide them with their laboratory results and vaccination records, even if they present at a different village, have a common name, or do not know their birth date.” Yonkofa volunteers realized this very fundamental function was not available to patients in the remote areas of Ghana, and set out to find a solution, which the software solution provides along with biometric identification system.
This software system is intended to assist the Yonkofa Project Initiative, in capturing and maintaining Electronic Medical Records. “Our software solution will allow them to accurately access past medical records for over 50,000 patients who will be receiving treatment in their current clinics and the ones put into service in the future,” stated Aamar Qureshi, CTO and founder for My Code Matters LLC.
“As software developers it is very exciting to be able to use our expertise to help put an end to needless suffering of thousands of Ghanian children and adults. Even with our efforts this dream can only be achieved with financial support of caring people, and I hope you will consider donating to this cause,” John S. Gutierrez, Sr., CEO and founder of My Code Matters, LLC. Mandeville, Louisiana.