MOOKI For Africa
Helping Medical and Healthcare Workers Achieve a Better Quality of Life for Patients Without Spending Time on Paperwork.
What is MOOKI?
A secure mobile application for
healthcare professionals & Patients
This application can save client history and information for up to 40 years.
Documents are scanned, stored on secure cloud storage, and can only be accessible by healthcare workers.
Having patients information in hand provides the ability to diagnose and advise customers with early detection of any underlying symptoms. Symptoms such as TB, STI as well as trending and abnormal reading can be easily detected in advance and highlight.
The protection of the customers’ information is secure and GDPR ready and made easy by restricting access to physical papers with sensitive information. Consent signature capability will help caseworkers remain compliant with legislation.
Issues facing the medical industry?
In many cases, adverse events are a result of medical errors, which include operational errors and lack of documentation, are now estimated to be the 14th leading cause of death and injury globally.
How technology Will improve patient safety?
How Mooki Help professionals & patients
Improve African Patient Safety
The Game-changing mobile app
With the high mortality rate in Africa due to medical negligence,
a possible solution that can alleviate this burden.
We are heading towards the betterment of the second most populous continent in the world by providing solution in the Health and Agricultural sectors of Africa.
Each year, millions of patients around Africa die because of poor-quality health care, with most of the deaths being avoidable, according to the World Health Organisation.
In many cases, adverse events are a result of medical errors, which include operational errors and lack of documentation, which are now estimated to be the 14th leading cause of death and injury globally.
World Health Organisation says that this means that medical errors are now placed in the same league as tuberculosis and malaria. There are an estimated 421 million hospitalisations in the world every year, and on average, 1 in 10 result in adverse events due to poor health care.
Director-General of WHO, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Gebreyesus was speaking at the second International Conference of Ministers of Health in Benin, in June 2018, when he said that the use of digital health technology could improve quality and patient safety in Africa. The Director-General said that electronic health records, the use of smartphones, and other existing technologies can play a role in improving patient safety.
Heeding that call, the game-changing MOOKI mobile app assists medical and healthcare workers achieve a better quality of life for patients without spending time on paperwork. MOOKI is a secure app operating on cloud storage, which serves healthcare professionals’ client history and information.
MOOKI aids with the early detection of tuberculosis (TB), sexually transmitted diseases (STI), and other basic reporting. MOOKI features early detection questionnaires for TB and STIs which include Chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, trichomoniasis, HPV, syphilis, and hepatitis A, B, and C.
As current medical documents that are still in paper format and filed in physical locations, for archival compliance reasons are risky, MOOKI offers a cloud-based storage solution. Scanned and digitised medical records can then be retrieved on any mobile device. The documents are also encrypted and backed up for up to 40 years.
MOOKI ensures the privacy of patients by only granting access to information to the specific healthcare worker a patient is treated by. Trending and abnormal reading from patients can also be highlighted through MOOKI while having client information in hand provides the ability to diagnose and to advise customers with early detection of underlying symptoms.
Because of its ease of use and access to uploaded information, MOOKI also addresses African traveling and distance woes. With many patients based in rural and remote locations that lack convenient access to healthcare, MOOKI eliminates waiting times as patients can input information into the app between periods of not visiting a health practitioner. When visiting a health practitioner, they will then have immediate access to information, whether or not the patient had internet access.
MOOKI seeks to assist patients and medical and healthcare workers by providing a solution that addresses challenges, which plague Africans every day. The app primarily aims to curb the avoidable loss of lives and better aide patients in an easy way.