We built SureConsent based on our physician co-founders’ experiences caring for patients during their residency and all of our experiences caring for family members.
We believe in patient-empowered communication.
This is the energy that drives us.
Josh Elihu, MD
Chief Medical Officer
- Pain Management Fellowship at Cedars Sinai
- Anesthesiology Residency at UCLA
- MD from University of Wisconsin
- BA from Harvard University
Sameer Khan, MD
Chief Strategic Officer
- Anesthesiologist at Stanford Medicine
- Fellow in Cardiothoracic Anesthesia & Critical Care
- Residency at UCLA
- Teach for America
- BA/ScB from Brown University
Ahlia Kattan, MD
- Anesthesiology Faculty at Stanford
- Fellow in Critical Care Medicine
- Anesthesiology Residency at Stanford
- MD from Stanford
- BA from Stanford
How much does SureConsent cost?
We currently offer monthly subscriptions for individual practitioners and multi-provider practices. We also offer bulk discounts to larger groups and hospitals.
What devices is SureConsent compatible with?
SureConsent is compatible with all smartphones and tablets (iPhone/iPad, Android, and Windows), and all computers.
How does SureConsent protect patient health information (PHI)?
SureConsent encrypts, stores, and secures all patient data with full HIPAA compliance, using the AWS HIPAA compliant server.
Can SureConsent connect to my electronic medical record (EMR) / electronic health system (EHS)?
Yes, SureConsent can use HL7 messages to push patient consent information to your practice management software and electronic medical records (EMRs). Our connections are compatible with Epic, Cerner, and can be tailored to other EMRs as needed.
What if I do not want SureConsent to connect to my EMR / EHS?
If you prefer to use paper consent, SureConsent has a feature to print consent forms instead.
What is your cancellation policy?
You may cancel your subscription at any point by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Does the use of SureConsent support Meaningful Use/Medicare Quality Payment Program incentives?
Yes, SureConsent can help you secure incentives by meeting the CMS Medicare and Medicaid Meaningful Use criteria for using certified electronic health records (EHRs) to improve patient care.
Please reach out to us if you are interested in trying SureConsent, or you have any
questions or feedback. We are happy to hear from you!