The average hospitalised patient is subject to at least one medication error per day. In the UK alone, preventable ADRs contribute to 5,600 deaths per year*, and can cost up to £640 million.
Marand’s goal is to improve patient safety, prevent errors, optimise workflows, and move towards fully digital patient care. Based on decades of experience working with medical teams and developing healthcare IT products and solutions, we are now using a new approach to achieve this goal.
Think!Meds is an innovative and closed loop medication management system which is simple, powerful, engaging, and streamlines coordination for medical teams, all of which helps the team make more informed decisions, and thus improves a patient’s experience and outcomes.
Think!Meds is a well-designed and powerful closed loop medication management system which was developed to completely replace time-consuming, error-prone, and paper-based processes for prescribing, medication administration, and pharmacist reviews.
Think!Meds fully supports even the most complex medication management scenarios in a simple and easy to use way. Decision support for situations known as “never events”, allergies, and dose range, as well as powerful integration options, empowers doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, allowing them to improve patient safety, and deliver better and more personalised medical care.
Our comprehensive system helps with work prioritisation and significantly improves communication between physicians, nurses, and pharmacists. Furthermore, it provides full access to all structured clinical data so that it can be easily exported and used to generate dashboards, discover new knowledge, and create reports to reflect on and optimise workflows.
Think!Meds was developed in close collaboration with University Children’s Hospital Slovenia and has been localised for the UK in collaboration with NHS England.
Think!Meds is built on Think!EHR Platform™ - a health data platform designed for real-time, transactional health data storage, query, retrieve and exchange based on vendor-neutral open data standards including IHE and openEHR.