The Mineworkers Investment Company (MIC) gave $1.3 million to Quro Medical, a South African company starting up in the e-health field.
Quro Medical, a company that started in 2018, has made a cheap and easy-to-use hospital-at-home solution that combines cutting-edge technology and software with top-notch clinical care to help manage seriously ill patients in the comfort of their own homes.
The company is making the biggest virtual medical ward in Africa so patients can get better clinical results at a lower cost than traditional care.
Our technology-enabled solutions are made to provide smooth and focused care to the patient. Quro Medical’s co-founder and CEO, Dr. Vuyane Mhlomi, said, “We’re using cutting-edge technology and evidence-based protocols to proactively monitor patient health and ensure that every patient gets the best possible care in the comfort of their own home.”
Hospital at Home was started by Quro Medical in 2020. It takes hospital-level care right to the homes of eligible patients, with a focus on clinical excellence and each person’s needs.
Quro Medical’s technology lowers the cost of healthcare by using clinical treatments based on real-time data.
Since the program started, over 1,000 patients have been treated successfully in their own homes, with the same or better clinical results and a better patient experience.
With more money, Quro Medical will be able to serve more people and improve its technology, leading to better health outcomes and lower costs for both patients and doctors.