Service designed from the patient's point of view.

Submitted by John Farrell on Mon, 10/26/2009 – 3:46pm
in Data management, Healthcare IT, Mobile Point of Care (MPoC), health IT, mobile point of care, mpoc
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As a general rule, I limit my focus on mobile point of care technologies to organizations that are actively positioning themselves within traditional healthcare settings. But with increasing emphasis being placed on heading off hospitalizations and physician visits by targeting the needs of patients in the home–and since is all about building community within the healthcare space–it seems reasonable to mention a new start-up that’s currently beta testing an online personal health care management service designed from the patient’s point of view.

Although the service isn’t expected to go live until January, RememberItNow! founder and CEO Pamela Swingley tells me her company’s offering–which bundles SMS medication reminders, event reminders, two-way communication and the ability to create an interactive private care community–will provide patients, their family members and their caregivers with an extremely easy to use health care management tool.

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