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Keep family in
the loop and
get support

Keep family in the loop and get support

Record and transcribe doctor visits to share securely with loved ones during complex care scenarios such as Cancer, Covid-19 and more.

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Why Medcorder?

Remember crucial details

Medcorder makes it simple to record and transcribe your doctor during a consultation, making it easy for you to remember their detailed instructions. It’s a win-win for you and your doctor.

Keep your inner circle in the loop

Everyone you choose to include stays connected and informed at every step, automatically. Everything stays neatly organized in the Medcorder app, including appointment recordings, transcripts, post-appointment group chats, and even plans for the next appointment.

Get the most from each appointment

Get play-along transcripts of your recordings. Just tap a word to skip to it in the audio.

Add future appointments, prepare questions, and take notes, all in the app.

Get helpful and timely reminders to record your next appointment

Take notes after your visit, all saved helpfully alongside the recording.

Meet Thomas

When Thomas’s mom was admitted to the hospital with unclear symptoms, Medcorder let him and his family stay in the loop with what was happening, even thousands of miles away.

Hear how Medcorder helped his family care for his mom both in and out of the hospital.

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Common Questions

Why record?

Patients remember only about 10% of the content of their doctor’s appointment by the next day, and doctors speak at about 130 words per minute.

Doctor conversations can be stressful and overwhelming, especially during a serious medical situation, making it difficult to accurately remember everything discussed. Having a recording of what the doctor said can help patients better retain important information, gain a better understanding of options, and make the best decisions possible.

Is recording OK?

Yes. As a patient, you are allowed to record - with doctor permission - and share your own medical conversations as you see fit.

Asking to record a conversation is within your rights as a patient. We've found that asking permission works best when patients share the reason why they are recording (for example, to share with family not in the room) and the hoped-for outcome (better remembering what the doctor said). In some cases, a doctor may be more comfortable just recording a summary of the discussion at the end. If your doctor has questions, you can point them to more information
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When can Medcorder help?

Making sure you remember
what the doctor said.

Helping care for aging parents,
when you can’t be there.

Caring for a spouse or loved one going through cancer.

When one parent can’t make it to the pediatrics appointment.

Going through complex procedures such as IVF.

Know someone going through a difficult medical situation?

Medcorder can help you stay involved with your loved one’s health and medical care.

Download the app and invite your loved one to use Medcorder to record and share their next appointment with you, or share the app so they can get started on their own.