MSCALL, a medical app for the management of therapy

Markets: 
Health

Group: 
Health

What We Do: 
Mobile Apps

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1 Client: 

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.

2 Situation: 

COPAXONE® is a drug for patients with multiple sclerosis that is administered subcutaneously and with a certain frequency on different parts of the body. Teva has just launched its new product, which has a medication administration regimen of 3 times per week, and was looking for a mobile application to help patients follow the treatment plan, and monitor and abide by the guidelines prescribed by the specialist, compatible with both this new product as well as with the previous one.

3 Solution: 

Virtualware has developed a mobile app called “msCall” that helps patients to follow the treatment. As it is aimed at patients aged between 30 and 60 years old, and who are likely to develop cognitive impairment and –most likely- eyesight problems; the design and menus are clear and the text size is designed to suit user needs.

This tool has been given the corresponding CE marking, and its main goal is to help users remember the day and time of drug administration, as well as to help users establish a routine for the proper rotation of injections to minimize any adverse effects from subcutaneous injections.

4 Results: 

This tool has been given the corresponding CE marking, and it helps users remember the day and time of drug administration, and establish a routine for the proper rotation of injections to minimize any adverse effects from subcutaneous injections.

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