Mobile Telemedicine Examination Kit(MobilTEK)

Bringing medical care to where the patients are in a mobile, versatile telemedicine backpack. 

Connect – Care – Collaborate

Features

  • Communications, diagnostics, and medical care supplies all-in-one kit
  • Lightweight backpack frame
  • Detachable sturdy, water-resistant telemedicine carry case
  • Telemedicine case tripod attachment for field set-up even on uneven ground
  • Durable medical supplies pack for wound care, medications, procedures, and more
  • Choose accessory diagnostic devices and medical supplies based on use case 

Accessory Devices/Supplies

  • Digital stethoscope
  • Digital ear, nose, throat & skin camera
  • Digital retina camera
  • USB electrocardiogram and software
  • USB pulse oximetry
  • Thermometer, blood pressure cuff, pulse oximeter
  • Backup battery packs
  • Noise cancelling headsets
  • Medical supplies and more 

 

Mission

The mission for designing telemedicine mobile care products is simple. To increase access to medical care.

Whether we are able to improve the lives of the homeless in a metropolitan area, patients in rural America where medical providers are limited, or people throughout the world who have little to no access to health resources…we want to help them make the connection to care they need.

Market Use Case Examples

Emergency Medical Services

The model for EMS use is changing, and no longer is this field consider only a transportation service to the hospitals. Community paramedicine is a blossoming care model that uses already trained EMS workers to help provide additional care to the communities they serve, especially in rural areas where distances between patients and care are increased. Other applications for MobilTEK in EMS include search and rescue and consultation of higher level of care in emergencies.

Homeless Care

Many homeless face multiple barriers in accessing health care including financial and transportation difficulties. One of the other barriers not as frequently discussed is the psychological difficulty in choosing to go to a clinic because of embarrassment of living situation and hygiene, and mental illness. As a result, many homeless wait to obtain care until it is necessary using the emergency room at much higher cost and with less continuity of care.

Work-site Medicine

Workman’s Compensation visits cost about 61 billion dollars in 2015. These numbers reflect costs associated with the medical care but are also higher than necessary as many injuries are seen in emergency rooms and urgent care clinics after hours at a higher cost. Not factored into this number is the amount of time and money lost due to travel to clinics. Many minor injuries and illnesses can be addressed at the job.

Rural Healthcare

Rural healthcare is known to be less accessible due to the increased distance from medical clinics, transportation costs, and overall increased per capita patients per doctor ratio. Colorado for example, has 13 counties without a hospital, and two counties with no clinic or physician. There are approximately 75 million United States residents who live in rural areas with markedly fewer medical resources than the average urbanite.

Disaster/Displaced Persons Care

Medical resources can be exceedingly scare in disaster and other displaced persons care such as in refugee camps.  Telemedicine has proven to be an effective resource under these circumstances. Even as far back as the 1985 Mexico City earthquake telecommunication was used to help provide access to care.

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