NotesFirst And Tech Care For All Announce Their Agreement To Improve Patient Outcomes With A New Mobile Offline-capable Electronic Health Record Platform To Africa And Asia

NotesFirst and Tech Care for All ( are focused on bringing new digital health technologies to emerging markets and improving patient health outcomes. The two organizations have signed a partnership to scale the adoption of the NotesFirst technology to select markets in Africa and Asia.

The NotesFirst platform enables real-time access to health data by providing doctors and healthcare practitioners with a mobile Electronic Health Record that works offline, is customizable and has integrated analytics. The platform enables clinicians to access medical records anywhere even without internet access. Workflow templates are fully customizable according to the provider needs and users can be trained in as little as 15 minutes.

Patricia Lopez, CEO of NotesFirst comments, "this partnership will expand NotesFirst’s geographical footprint and allow us to scale to new emerging markets quickly. It helps us build upon our already strong foundation in the Philippines."

“Electronic Health Records are the first step to transformed and equitable healthcare,” Emmanuel Blin, CEO of TC4A states, “They are proven to positively impact all aspects of patient care including safety, and improved diagnosis.”

Both NotesFirst and TC4A share a common vision to help drive healthcare that is personalized with the right resources deployed when most needed. We are investing in key markets where this need is critical.

About NotesFirst

NotesFirst® is a secure medical record app for doctors and healthcare professionals to quickly capture and manage patient data using their smartphone or a web-browser.

Targeting doctors and healthcare professionals in emerging markets who are looking for a secure, mobile and electronic way to capture notes and keep track of patients.

About Tech Care for All

Tech Care for All has the mission to support, in Africa and Asia in particular, the best technological innovations necessary for the progress of public health.

Contact Information :

Jennifer Schneider -