First, Escape Harm in Healthcare

Sophisticated support to help patients worldwide escape medical mistakes, harmful standards of care, negligence and malpractice

Medical harm kills ~3 million people

and ~30 million suffer serious injury worldwide every year

How does it work?

Evidence + Technology + Ethics = Evidence-based actionable protocols that prioritize patient safety over profits

Search

keywords of symptom, test, diagnosis, or treatment

Access

checklists for relevant risks with extracts and source citations

Ask

questions and share checklists with the doctor in one-click

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'Done for You' Research

We do the heavy-lifting by curating evidence in a checklist

Tech-enabled Action

Tech-enabled facts/findings for discussion with your doctor

Safety over Profit

Call out policy, process or practice compromising safety

Asthma kills 1000 people every day

affecting 339 million people globally

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Escape Asthma

Proof and knowhow in scientific/medical literature

6 to 8 million die due to Sepsis

i.e. 20% to 60% of all death in hospitals worldwide every year

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Escape Sepsis

Prepare well in advance to protect yourself and your family

Mild depression to Schizophrenia

Mental Illness, 4th leading cause of global disease burden, 2nd by 2020 (WHO)

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Escape Mental Illness

Avoid extraordinary harm and adopt compelling solutions

Breast Cancer in women

~1.7 million (25%) new cases in 2012 worldwide (American Cancer Society)

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Escape Breast Cancer

Avoid breast cancer just by using basic data and common sense

Premature babies suffer blindness

Retinopathy of Prematurity, the leading cause of blindness among children

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Escape Blindness

among premature babies with a few protective steps

'ask your doctor' protocols

Every healthcare professional has protocols to follow. Now, you do too!

Evidence-based medicine

Our protocols help you understand if there is evidence in practice

Cheaper to prevent harm than pray for reform and justice

Taking personal responsibility reduces harm to both health and wealth

Pre-Launch Membership Offer

Join our mission to reduce mortality, morbidity and cost worldwide.

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$96 - 1 Hour One-Time
  • Review how a series of checklists are personalised to an individual
  • Search using keywords of symptom, test, diagnosis, medication or treatment
  • Find checklists for relevant risks with extracts and source citations
  • Ask questions and share checklists with the doctor in one-click
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Protect Family

$ Ask Quote Lifetime Membership
  • The protocol is a series of checklists personalised to each in family
  • Search using keywords of symptom, test, diagnosis, medication or treatment
  • Find checklists for relevant risks with extracts and source citations
  • Ask questions and share checklists with the doctor in one-click
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Employer/Insurer

$ Ask Quote Give Annual Access
  • The protocol is a series of checklists personalised to each person covered
  • Search using keywords of symptom, test, diagnosis, medication or treatment
  • Find checklists for relevant risks with extracts and source citations
  • Ask questions and share checklists with the doctor in one-click
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Government

Regulators with the agenda to reduce mortality, morbidity and cost

GovTech / RegTech
Custom engagement
    Secure My Population

    The Founding and Advisory Team

    The very best in patient safety to be introduced shortly

    Ramm

    Founder

    It's time we put a little bit of superpower in the hands of the patient in healthcare.

    Magesh Palani

    Chief - Experience Design

    Transformative experience matters

    The team from our collective past

    who's life and work continue to both inspire and impact us today

    Hippocrates of Kos

    Chief - First Principles

    A Greek physician (c. 460 – c. 370 BC) credited with coining the Hippocratic Oath 'First, Do No Harm' and inspires our motto for patients: 'First, Escape Harm'.

    Dr Ignaz P Semmelweis

    Chief - Hand Hygiene

    A Hungarian physician (1 July 1818 – 13 August 1865), who's hand washing protocol reduced mortality to below 1%, but his solution was rejected by his peers.

    Dr John Snow

    Chief - Living Hygiene

    An English physician (15 March 1813 – 16 June 1858) known for tracing the source of a cholera outbreak in Soho, London, in 1854 and inspiring fundamental changes in the water and waste systems of London and around the world.

    Dr Robert S Mendelsohn

    Chief - Medical Heretic

    An American pediatrician (1926 – 1988) who denounced unnecessary surgeries, risky medications, the 1976 swine flu vaccine fiasco, and the damage to babies of women given Diethylstilbestrol during pregnancy.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What. Why. When. Where. Who. How.

    Do you offer medical advice?

    No, we don't offer medical advice, but we do connect you with doctors who do where available. We suggest specific questions you could ask your doctor by citing relevant facts and sources. In addition, we hope to enable you to capture your interaction as well as track outcomes in the future.

    When should I use this?

    1. Ideally you should review what information is available on our platform when everything is fine with you and your family. 2. But when you do have a problem, you should certainly use the keywords for your problem (your search terms) and consider the most relevant questions and suggested actions.

    Is this a non-profit?

    We are a for-profit software-as-a-service platform. We see the need of the hour is a sustainable and scalable business model that inherently prioritizes patient-safety over profit.

    More FAQs

    What. Why. When. Where. Who. How.

    So, I don't have to do further research?

    No, you absolutely need to do further research. Our effort is to get you the often overlooked or suppressed information so that you can have them duly addressed with your doctor by incorporating them in your interactions in a helpful and non-threatening way.

    What do I do if my healthcare practitioner is still threatened or annoyed by my questions?

    If a doctor reacts to your question rather than respond adequately, it is your prerogative to decide whether you continue to engage him/her, or reach out to other doctors who will take you seriously, though this may not always be possible.