In a rapidly changing landscape, ConfirmD™ empowers individuals to own their health data and get back to their lives.
Access to health information is an increasingly complex and challenging problem, one that we’re set on fixing. Individuals struggle to verify and safely communicate their health information. ConfirmD™ exists to return healthcare autonomy to the hands of the people, providing a secure platform with opt-in features for quickly and easily sharing verified medical information and vaccination records, including COVID-19 immunization status.
ConfirmD™ brings high-fidelity Patient Identification and Medical Results Verification to the COVID-19 problem. Validated, verified, and secure immunization and results reporting are as important as access to medical care itself.
ConfirmD™ is a voluntary, opt-in mobile app that empowers you to record, verify, and display and share your COVID-19 vaccination status and test results.
ConfirmD works by matching your COVID-19 vaccine status or test results with your verified ID. After registering and verifying your identity, you may upload past vaccine history and test results or go to any local site offering testing for the COVID-19 virus or COVID-19 antibodies, or to a COVID-19 vaccination site. For COVID-19 testing, once your results are available you will upload them into the ConfirmD app using your phone’s camera and a doctor or medical professional will verify the test. For COVID-19 vaccinations, you may have the doctor or medical professional verify the vaccine record at the time of vaccination. Once your vaccination and/or test results are verified, you will receive a QR code with your results embedded. You can use this code to refer back to your results, demonstrate health status for employers, restaurants, travel, gyms, and more. You own your medical information. ConfirmD™ makes it easier to take your COVID-19 vaccine status and test results with you and show to others in a verifiable and secure way.
If you already have test results or a vaccination record, take your results to a medical provider and ask them to verify the record in the ConfirmD app for medical providers.
Depending on the type of COVID-19 virus or antibody testing you receive, your test results may be available immediately or you may have to wait a day or more for results. Once you have received your test results or vaccine record, it’s as simple as taking a picture to capture them in the ConfirmD™ app and await for verification by a medical provider.
ConfirmD™ is not designed to be a contact tracing App. If we ever decided to integrate with contact tracing technologies, it would be on an opt-in basis only. You would not be required to share your data with contact tracing applications.
No. Positive test results are the most important results to capture with your ConfirmD™ app. If you have positive test results in the past and you have been asymptomatic for 10 days or more, you may have some degree of immunity.
A negative PCR test means that you did not have detectable COVID-19 viral RNA in your Nose or throat at the time you were tested. This doesn’t mean you didn’t have it in the past, or that you might not have it appear in your nose or throat in the near future.
A negative COVID Antigen test means that you did not have detectable COVID-19 virus proteins in your nose or throat at the time you were tested. This doesn’t mean you didn’t have it in the past, or that you might not have it appear in your nose or throat in the near future.
What does a negative COVID-19 IgG and IgM Antibody Test mean?
This means that you do not have evidence of prior infection, which usually means you have not had the disease recently. If an antibody test is performed early in infection it can be negative, however, before the antibodies have developed to detectable levels.
What does a positive COVID-19 IgG Antibody Test mean?
This means that you have evidence of prior infection, which usually means you have had the disease in the past. There are some conditions that can cause false positives, however. If IgM is negative at the time of a positive IgG test, it is likely that you are no longer contagious and that you have some degree of immunity.
What does a positive COVID-19 IgM Antibody Test mean?
This means that you have an active infection and may still be contagious. There are some conditions that can cause false positives, however. If you have a positive IgM, please refer to our medical provider for instructions on what to do next.
Registration is quick and easy. You’ll need to fill in some required fields such as name, email, and phone number). You then upload a photo ID (driver’s license, passport, or other government-issued ID) and verify your identity via our best-in-class facial recognition technology. You only need to provide your photo ID upon initial registration. Please note that we do NOT keep the image of your photo ID on our servers nor is this information shared with anyone. Your privacy is paramount to us.
Our mobile app is available for free via download from the AppleStore or GooglePlay for iOS and Android. While the download is free, after our initial promotional period is over (date to be determined), there will be a nominal yearly subscription fee of $0.99 per user (via in-app purchase upon verification of identity).
ConfirmD™ offers a platform for individuals and families to upload COVID-19 tests (both viral and antibody) and other medical results to be verified by medical providers. Once verified, the app will generate a secure QR code to allow you to share your test results with employers, public venues and stores, and others. By capturing, tracking, and sharing your test results you can leverage your verified test results to make resuming life more simple.
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