Quro Medical describes itself as Africa’s first tech-driven care-at-home solution. The company relies on technology to analyze real-time data while monitoring a patient’s health. Persons in need of healthcare monitoring outside the hospital can be assisted remotely to get the help they need.
Quro Medical’s co-founder and CEO Dr. Vuyane Mhlomi asserted how data-driven clinical interventions create good outcomes for patients. When one can easily get assistance from the comfort of their home “recovery and healing is exaggerated.” According to Mhlomi, Quro Medical delivers more than traditional tele-health “Patients reap from safe, word-class treatment” and the company is looking to leverage on Life Healthcare’s “vast hospital experience.”
We previously shared how Quro Medical raised $1.1 million in seed funding in June. The round was led by Enza Capital and Mohau Equity partners for its “virtual hospital ward” solution.
We are excited to announce our strategic partnership with @LifeHealthcare_ , a leading international healthcare organisation and South African private hospital group. Read more here: https://t.co/PoQXk3z2Od pic.twitter.com/wkIBUzVMK6
— Quro Medical (@QuroMedical) August 23, 2021