This paper describes the first results of the evaluation of the use of Hippocratic Protocol, on mobile terminals with NFC technology. The evaluation is based on a software application written to ANDROID terminal and used by two type of users: Doctors and Patient. Complementing this app, a server and a database implemented with open source resources was created too. The software developed during this work gives the patient the freedom to decide the information to share with the doctors and to update it whenever he deems it convenient. It also poses the possibility of using authentication through IMEI, trying to minimize the BYOD problems and data transfer with AES encryption to increase security. Some operative problems were found when using IMEI, but results seem concept may be applied. In conclusion, the possibilities of using this scheme in the healthcare sector would enhance the security in the handling and administration of personal data and privacy.