CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA — January 10, 2021 — MSP Recovery, LLC (“MSP Recovery” or “MSP”), a Medicare, Medicaid, commercial, and secondary payer reimbursement recovery leader, that in July agreed to a business combination with Lionheart Acquisition Corporation II (Nasdaq: LCAPU, LCAP, LCAPW; “Lionheart” or “LCAP”) today announced the launch of LifeWallet, which is designed to help first responders and healthcare providers quickly and easily access patient medical histories when they’re needed most.
LifeWallet, powered by MSP Recovery’s sophisticated data analytics, will enable informed decision-making and improved patient care to help save lives. LifeWallet is being created with high security standards, and private information is protected on a HIPAA compliant platform from a security perspective.
Starting today, LifeWallet welcomes registrations at lifewallet.com.
“Your medical records are stored by healthcare providers across multiple platforms,” explained MSP Recovery Founder and CEO, John H. Ruiz. “In many cases, the data is held by various healthcare entities whose systems do not interconnect. LifeWallet will locate and organize your medical records so you can access them easily and efficiently.”
The American healthcare system relies upon a series of data systems which are currently fragmented. Data is stored in passive knowledge silos that are ill-equipped to handle the complexity of the healthcare system. After years of following the data journeys of millions of patients, MSP Recovery has developed a deep understanding of these data integration issues and through a powerful partnership with Palantir Foundry, continues to grow a legal and healthcare data ecosystem.
“With LifeWallet, you will have control over your medical and prescription data and can authorize emergency responders and healthcare professionals to access your medical records,” said Mr. Ruiz. “This should result in improved treatment, better outcomes, and could help save your life.”
LifeWallet aims to empower people to take control of their health. When an individual suffers a medical emergency, first responders and healthcare providers have no information on their medical history. With LifeWallet, emergency personnel can access a patient’s critical health information including medications, history of strokes or heart attacks, even allergies. At the emergency room and at routine doctors’ visits, patient information is quickly and seamlessly exchanged.
LifeWallet is part of MSP Recovery’s Chase to Pay platform, providing real-time analytics at the point of care, helping identify the primary insurer, assisting providers in receiving reasonable and customary rates for accident-related treatment, shortening MSP’s collection time frame, and increasing revenue visibility and predictability. To find out more, or register for LifeWallet, visit: lifewallet.com.
Founded in 2014, MSP Recovery has become a Medicare, Medicaid, commercial, and secondary payer reimbursement recovery leader, disrupting the antiquated healthcare reimbursement system with data-driven solutions to secure recoveries against responsible parties. MSP Recovery provides the healthcare industry with comprehensive compliance solutions, while innovating life-saving technologies to help save lives. For more information, visit: www.msprecovery.com.
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