Mrs A is a 54 year old widow suffering from diabetes and hypertension. She has her appointment's with her Physician twice a month, which she sometimes misses due to forgetfulness or complaint of a busy schedule. Her Physician finds it quite a challenge, ensuring she sticks to her medications and keep track of her blood pressure and sugar level readings as she has been rushed to the emergency room on 3 different occasions on account of a hypertensive crisis.
This is a typical scenario experienced by both patients and healthcare providers worldwide. Many patients lack the information and tools needed to properly monitor and manage their health.

According to the National assessment of adult literacy, only 12% of adults worldwide (1 in 10) have proficient health literacy. Those having below basic and low health literacy have been linked to poor health outcomes such as higher rates of hospitalisation, longer hospital stays, failed treatment outcomes and less frequent use of preventive ser...
Mrs A is a 54 year old widow suffering from diabetes and hypertension. She has her appointment's with her Physician twice a month, which she sometimes misses due to forgetfulness or complaint of a busy schedule. Her Physician finds it quite a challenge, ensuring she sticks to her medications and keep track of her blood pressure and sugar level readings as she has been rushed to the emergency room on 3 different occasions on account of a hypertensive crisis.
This is a typical scenario experienced by both patients and healthcare providers worldwide. Many patients lack the information and tools needed to properly monitor and manage their health.

According to the National assessment of adult literacy, only 12% of adults worldwide (1 in 10) have proficient health literacy. Those having below basic and low health literacy have been linked to poor health outcomes such as higher rates of hospitalisation, longer hospital stays, failed treatment outcomes and less frequent use of preventive services. These outcomes are associated with higher healthcare costs and low economic productivity.
The world is fast becoming digitised and digital health trends reveal that more patients and health care providers are turning to their smartphones for health advice, and apps to help them track and manage their health. A physician once said for every medical condition his patient brings to him, he prescribes an app to solve the problem. This invariably means patients having a number of health apps on their devices catering for their specific health needs.
MedPlan offers patients with all they need to properly monitor and manage their health ranging from medication and appointment reminders, tracking of health vitals e.g blood pressure, note keeping , up to date health information on any health topic and even a health trivia to enable them learn about their health while having fun.
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