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TRxCARE Case Study: TRxCARE and Vodafone help improve patient care and protect healthcare budgets

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Business need

Around the world millions of people each year fail to take their medication as prescribed, reducing the effect of drugs, and increasing pressure on healthcare budgets. Healthcare organisations have been seeking innovative solutions to help break this cycle and to improve the outcomes for patients and the healthcare organisations administering their care.

Our solution, powered by Vodafone M2M, enables patients and healthcare professionals to collaborate and to work as a team to continuously optimise treatment delivery, track outcomes, schedule clinic appointments and communicate utilising secure instant messaging.

Markus Glimm, CEO, TRxCARE

The solution

Vodafone M2M is a leading provider of Machine-to-Machine solutions and was the obvious partner of choice for TRxCARE, a global provider of individualised treatment delivery services. TRxCARE applies technology to improve the quality and frequency of contact between doctors, nurses, patients and their families to encourage and track the taking of medication as prescribed. Vodafone is supporting TRxCARE with dedicated mobile devices, data SIMs and applications, backed by its unrivalled network connectivity.

Key customer benefits

  • Increases the effectiveness of healthcare systems by improving patient outcomes and reducing wasted medication.
  • Enables closer contact between healthcare professionals and patients to encourage them to take their medication, ultimately reducing readmission to hospitals and healthcare systems, and freeing resources for other patients.
  • Improves the accuracy of information about patient behaviour and the effects of medication, resulting in improved pharmaceutical research and development.
  • Harnesses M2M technology to assist TRxCARE to stay ahead of the game and expand its business exponentially.

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