SVIDA is an innovative new company backed by a board of experienced pharmacists, doctors, and other veterans of the health IT industry. Our focus is on providing solutions for aged care and pharmacy using affordable everyday mobile technologies.
We provide tools and platforms where safe, secure, and valid communications of medication management is enabled. Based on a “single source of truth”. This translates to improved work practices, and a sustainable model for delivery of care.
In under resourced, high volume, or regionally dispersed health care systems, ef…
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In under resourced, high volume, or regionally dispersed health care systems, effective medication management is a key challenge.
To minimise harm, waste, and costs we need to ensure that patients get the right medicine at the right time. Until now, no solution was sufficiently scalable, flexible, or affordable to address these needs. Using everyday mobile technologies and a strong understanding of clinical workflows, SVIDA’s CLEMM™ system introduces a new medication management solution to solve these challenges.
The CLEMM™ system has been specifically designed for use by low skilled carers, while still ensuring a high level of patient safety and providing the full functionality necessary for aged care facilities and community care.
Manual drug packing processes are labour intensive and error prone. The alternat…
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Manual drug packing processes are labour intensive and error prone. The alternative, robotic packing systems are unaffordable for most community pharmacies.
LightSpeed™ is a new option for pharmacies supplying aged care facilities and community patients. LightSpeed introduces a standardised process for accurately packing dose administration aids (DDAs).
Additional benefits include significant labour cost savings, better collaboration and a return on investment.
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