A trend-setting implementation for simple area-wide use
In cooperation with the Charité’s nephrology department, MedVision, MyTherapy and medworx.io, comjoo is creating a telemonitoring solution for kidney transplant patients and all chronically ill patients with the MACCS (Medical Assistant for Chronic Care Services) project.
Patients with acute kidney failure have to be closely monitored by doctors and nursing staff, which is difficult to achieve since patients live far away from urban areas. Therefore, every doctor and check-up appointment is associated with a high loss of time.
MACCS offers a solution to this problem. Among other things, the project uses our app comjoodoc EASY. comjoodoc EASY enables communication between doctor and patient from home, taking into account all legal and data protection requirements. A permanent monitoring of the patient’s state of health is achieved by transmitting vital data. The patient can transmit his or her general well-being and other parameters such as pulse, body weight, blood pressure or blood sugar on a daily basis. This data is transmitted to the Charité’s patient database, where the doctor can check them for possible complications. If the doctor notices complications, he or she can write a message to the patient, make an appointment or start a video conference.
In addition to communication between doctor and patient, comjoo also enables communication between doctors and between doctors and other medical personnel. The platform comjoodoc provides various communication tools, such as video conferences or chats, taking into account all data protection regulations.