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I think the bidders are end-users, may be they have an idea with AI + Medical Records Review and analysis.
 
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Great news... Maybe the user finds something in this domain which is related to his idea.
There are three keywords in this domain which is related to each other.
With the combination of these keywords, we get a meaning which is related to medical records.

But still 68,500$, the price is unexpected :xf.smile:
 
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Probably could be used for lawyers involved in medical malpractice claims? Or firms that do this kind of research on their behalf......

"Medical records review is significant for attorneys involved in medical malpractice/negligence, mass tort, or personal injury cases. Maintaining good medical records is not just enough for attorneys; they require a medical records summary that is understandable to non-medical professionals."

https://preludesys.com/how-to-revie..., medical,getting compensation for the injury.
 
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That's not even a very competitive keyword. Ultimately the buyer had a name he really wanted and the funds to make it happen. I think the seller priced sky high and got lucky.
 
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It was a drop auction.
Those auctions are an addiction; i see no value.
Some people, just get a thrill, knowing it’s dropped.
craziest part: The domain age resets! Should worth less
 
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The message is clear. Buy 3-word domains!
 
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Medical data = big business = big money.

More so now than ever.
 
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Those auctions are an addiction; i see no value.
Some people, just get a thrill, knowing it’s dropped.
craziest part: The domain age resets! Should worth less
No, it doesn't.
 
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I think you'll find this sale is more to related to the public requirement and market for the exact term. There's sometimes little trust in diagnosis and medical outcomes these days. So often you get to see many doctors, specialists etc and the outcomes can lead to a sense of confusion, complexity and even possible negligence. Individual medical histories being digitized are far more available to that individual.

You authorize the access to a specialist service (probably high fee) and your effectively being offered a full second opinion on your medical history. Patients want to be fully informed these days and some medical services are slow to catch-up with this requirement.

I know if i was to be offered a full medical history review - I'll take it. Of course this is the sort of service that it's the older generation are looking for. And as mentioned there is the post-death negligence angle, again relatives are not always satisfied with a common blanket-term on a death certificate.
 
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Often with any kind of domain you have to be involved directly or on the fringes of the subject matter for the penny to drop.. Some may not see it while others think 'Blimey' what a great domain and what an insight. Without the changes in Medical records access and patient rights Plus the more recent (but still fragmented) digital record keeping, the domain would not have value.

You only have to be subject to a problematic diagnosis these days to realize how much doctors and surgeons disagree and contradict each other on the way forward or on suggested treatment, medications etc.

I'm left here wondering, Who the hell let that domain drop
 
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Someone who probably thought all 3-word domains were worthless.
As always, It does help a great deal when all three words naturally separate as your reading. So it doesn't become a confusable. Just incase some start to go three word mad..
 
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He could buy Medical.com for that amount .another scam auction with fishy bidding . Dropcatch scam platform .
 
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He could buy Medical.com for that amount .another scam auction with fishy bidding . Dropcatch scam platform .
Believe it or not, some average names happen to sell at auction for big money (for various legitimate reasons). It's not always due to a scam.
 
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Believe it or not, some average names happen to sell at auction for big money (for various legitimate reasons). It's not always due to a scam.
Correct...
 
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He could buy Medical.com for that amount .another scam auction with fishy bidding . Dropcatch scam platform .
Maybe he needs a domain which is related to medical record:xf.smile:
 
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Please explain, why. I’m engaging in good-faith!
“Aged” Domains are worth more. Suppose: “backlinks”?
Well the date when Google first indexed the site is the age I am talking about, if you want proof it doesn't reset I have domains that I have purchased with age that work way faster in terms of what I am aiming to achieve in the SERPs.
 
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Well the date when Google first indexed the site is the age I am talking about, if you want proof it doesn't reset I have domains that I have purchased with age that work way faster in terms of what I am aiming to achieve in the SERPs.
Thanks man! Neat tricks. Still blame “backlinks” as drug that fuels this addiction. You can have the worst, absolute garbage, much worse than this niche, sell for exorbitant amounts; only reply “backlinks” which helps with SEO.

But that cant be your only answer! Drives me nuts.
 
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All hospital admissions are reviewed in one form or another (in my country). Doubting the value of this domain, quite frankly, is fueled only by ignorance.

I have over 15 years experience in a hospital healthcare environment with direct access to sensitive medical records to back this up.
 
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