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CASE STUDY: THE HEALTHSTORE FOUNDATION

March 15, 2014

The HealthStore Foundation® operates the Child and Family Wellness Shops and Clinics (CFW) in Kenya. HealthStore’s Mission is to improve access to essential drugs, basic healthcare, and preventive services for children and families in the developing world, using business models that maintain standards, are geometrically scalable, and achieve economies of scale. It is pursuing this mission with the help of Carego International, an organization that works to improve healthcare Readmore

 

CAREGO FINDS PAAS PLATFORM THAT MEETS ITS HEALTHCARE DELIVERY NEEDS

November 29, 2013

The Platform-as-a-Service market is growing into quite the lucrative area these days. One of the reasons that PaaS is growing so quickly is because there are so many different ways in which the solutions developed in the vertical can be used. Carego is one such company that has found an effective way to implement PaaS solutions so that it can help remote health clinics improve the quality of their care in developing regions around the globe. Readmore

Source: Healthtechzone.com

 

Carego International Improves Healthcare In Developing Countries With Progress Pacific PaaS

November 25, 2013

BEDFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Progress (NASDAQ: PRGS) today announced that Carego International has successfully launched new software built with the Progress® Pacific™ platform-as-a-service (PaaS) to help remote health clinics improve quality of care in developing regions around the world. Readmore

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CLIP: INterview of carego c.e.o - Steve Landman - on vitv


CASE STUDY 

October, 2013

Nearly a decade ago, CEO Steve Landman saw that there was a tremendous need for more medical care in developing countries. The company’s original focus was on helping to ship medical supplies, but Landman quickly recognized that the standard-sized shipping containers used to move goods internationally could also serve as functional and portable clinic space. So Carego International became an expert at customizing and delivering turnkey clinics. However, as Landman began to learn more about the healthcare systems in countries such as Kenya, he found that even where there was an existing brick-and-mortar hospital, the medical software in place wasn’t really compatible with local needs – either because it was too complex or because it was not designed to tolerate the frequent Internet service gaps or disruptions that are common in developing regions. Readmore