MedCreds allows medical authorities to directly issue test and vaccination results in the form of verifiable credentials to individuals in a digital wallet.
MedCreds was accepted to LFPH on April 29, 2021.
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Excited for our next chapter with Linux Foundation Public Health, stay tuned! @linuxfoundation @CCI_CovidCreds
Hypothesis: #SSI is overbuilt on infrastructure & underbuilt on applications people can buy to solve a problem today.
I can name only a few Layer 4 (non-infrastructure) SSI products off the top of my head: @memberpass, Credentia (@sgershuni), @MedCreds
What else exists?
Our newsletter is available! Highlights include updates from @MedCreds, upcoming #digitalidentity event info and more. https://t.co/VE7ediMNzW
What does a simple, private and trusted system for issuing testing #credentials look like? Our process: https://t.co/GZgETm7dMS
In brighter news, AB 2004 (VCs for medical test results) by @IanCalderon will progress to senate floor. Props to board members @MedCreds and @civickey for all their hard work on this!
CA AB 2004 takes one more step to becoming law in California! The bill authorizes #VerifiableCredentials for transmission of medical test results from authorized medical authorities to patients:
Meet Dr. Brent Blue, a MedCreds Medical Advisor who helps keep our team up to date on the latest information in medical science related to #COVID19: https://t.co/Vq6AneTTH7
This is just one example of how businesses are using #COVID19 testing to reopen more safely. Our solution can streamline this process with secure credentials that allow cities and states to implement concepts like this at scale.
Maine hotel offers to pay for coronavirus test as a way to draw more guests
The Elmwood Resort Hotel in Wells is running a promotion where it will pay for tests for two adults if they stay for several days.