A personalised health decision making tool which raises awareness of the appropriate health professional to consult for minor ailments and basic information on the use of OTC medications, complimentary medicines and home remedies
Designed as a one-stop Pharmacy solution for on-line training, revision and as an in-pharmacy sales aid
Designed to support the reduction of queue times and treatment prioritisation for busy Hospital Emergency Departments Managers and staff to ultimately improve patient outcomes and reduce Non-Emergency resource use.
A personal motivator and game that challenges, educates and coaches you to manage your health in an engaging way
You’ve heard of activated almonds… but what are activated patients? Dr Angel Gonzalez takes a look On average chronic patients make up 25% of the population of most developed countries and use around 70% of healthcare system budgets. It makes financial sense, therefore, to look at how to better manage this group. In the UK, […]
Pharmacists’ role is changing… but the pharmacy assistant needs to evolve too, writes Angel Gonzalez Consumers with low health literacy skills are often embarrassed and go to great lengths to hide their inability to read or understand medical information. They may not want to disclose their limited literacy skills. According to the 2006 Adult Literacy […]
Engaging with Consumers as purchasers making choices about health care options provides a framework for improved outcomes, better literacy and reduced costs for all.
EDs, GPs, and community pharmacies need to overcome barriers to working together, writes Angel Gonzalez There is no question that community pharmacies could play a more valuable role in health care, by providing a wide range of services in a timely, cost-effective manner. However, to reach their full capabilities, community pharmacies have to overcome several […]
Health care professionals need to educate consumers about self-management and prevention, writes Angel Gonzalez There is growing concern amongst health care professionals that the level of strain being placed on ED departments will result in eventual collapse. An audit undertaken at Brisbane North Primary Health Network this year, found one in three after-hours visits to […]