Explaining Mage to a 6-year-old*

1 min readApr 19, 2022

The product is a digital book for one’s records, when they go to a hospital, they share their history, and get the new data added onto their record, but they always keep the book.

But how does it benefit hospitals?

People are always filling forms in waiting rooms, and then someone enters that into the hospital system. Well, let’s see these as paperless forms.
Sending patients’ results over email/sms is actually illegal, but you can’t blame them, there’s no other way. Now there is.
Also things like verifying insurance, booking appointments. If they’re into that kind of stuff.

The best analogy is a passport, it has all information of where you have been, when you go to a new country, you show them everything they need and after they also put their stamp.

* Assuming this 6-year-old knows what a passport is.




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