Platform for medical personnel in the military
Saving lives in field conditions with a phone — first-of-a-kind mobile application Medic Tool.
Mobile client: Flutter
Subscription: Google Purchases & IOS Purchases
Planning (My Unit, My Drugs, My Mission, My Equipment)
Protocols (Upload your PDFs)
Reporting (Distress Message, 9-Liner)
Casualty Registration (Trauma, PFC, Sick Call, MASCAL)
Casualty Handover (Casualty Card, PFC Card, MIST Report)
Medic Tool is a cross-platform mobile application for storing medical data, instant accident fixation, keeping a record of injuries, illness monitoring, and many more. It’s a pioneering medical platform for medical personnel in the military, law enforcement, and emergency services worldwide where they can consolidate all their work into one app.
Medic Tool was custom-made for medics in the military and contains specific forms and documents, a file conversation system. Specialists can track the timely medicine intake or other day-to-day procedures for patients. The developed app is now working fully offline, so it can be used in any environment.
The app has an integrated clickable figure of a human body to visualize injuries. Personnel in strenuous conditions have a handy tool to document traumas by clicking on a body part.
Medics can upload PDFs such as references, checklists, and SOP; convert them into the needed file type, and send them out to colleagues on the go without Internet access.
The distress message function allows medics to declare an emergency or send an evacuation request. The text of the message and the contact list can be edited by the user.
The MASCAL dashboard helps keep control of the triaged casualties on the scene and thus effectively organize available resources.
The users can set up the app to their specific needs: tactical or non-tactical, location, time, and date formats. Register your team members and the drugs you carry and integrate drug cheat sheets.
With Medic Tool, medical personnel can make SOAP notes about their teammates that call in sick, and send them out via email if needed.
Prolonged Field Care (PFC) card is an extensive document that is filled out by hand on paper. It was crucial to convert this file into digital format without losing its structure and at the same time preserving high quality.
This huge paper document was converted into several screens in the mobile app and all the information was gathered into one PDF file with a convenient design.
The overall trauma registration process is complicated. At the same time, this activity has to be performed quickly in a stressful situation without misclicks and extra moves.
The trauma registration process is divided into several screens in Medic Tool. The information fits the screen and the user doesn’t have to scroll up and down. All buttons are big enough and the fields to fill out are not puzzling, placed on one screen that helps to avoid misclicks in stressful situations. The interface is intuitive and the user is guided by the registration flow.
One of the biggest challenges was to implement a figure of the human body to visualize injuries.
LANARS designer re-created all parts of the human body and made them convenient to click on in stressful situations. Our flutter development team professionally implemented the logic of this solution.
Functioning without an internet connection is a crucial feature of the app, which is supposed to be used by doctors in field conditions.
We created local storage and a special authorization flow to allow the app to work offline. We also integrated a feature that allows users to exchange registration records between devices and continue working on another device.