Medical coding is an integral part of modern communication standards that help transform many types of clinical information such as patient information. The need to implement a standardized and a universal medical coding system is essential. The current study introduces a unique two-dimensional triangular medical coding system to identify, store and transmit clinical data based on the ICD-10 system between health institutions. The coding system comprises a triangular coding unit that can be arranged in six different standard geometric shapes representing the coding mechanism. A specific number of coding units are arranged in columns to form a cryptographic matrix. The matrix is comprised of many coding zones each generating a total number of “36” possible variations. The cryptographic code is then recognized by a digital scanner that is able to identify each triangular coding unit using a hypothetical signal triangle. The current coding system provides a simple process to store private medical information including patient ’ s name, age, address, and medical history. This information can be then transferred electronically or printed without the fear of privacy or security violations.