The most advanced medication management service available - and it’s British
The Medication Support Company, led by former BUPA director and developer of two market-leading medication management products, NOMAD and Biodose, has launched what is believed to be the first internet-based, remote medication administration monitoring service – PAMAN.
The first remote medication administration monitoring system in the World
The future of medication management, PAMAN is a remotely operated medication administration and management monitoring and support service
Designed to ensure service users and patients take the correct medication at the right time, in the right dose, the service is staffed by pharmacists and registered pharmacy technicians who interact with the service users, through a video-audio hub, MediHub
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Pioneering Approach to Medication AdministratioN
Observation is the only certain way of ensuring the service user takes their medication correctly
Having designed and developed the two leading medication management systems, it is a fact that the only way to ensure a service user takes their medication correctly, is to observe them and to be able to intervene if a problem arises
The PAMAN service recognises the importance of the community pharmacy and works very closely with them through the Local Pharmaceutical Committee.
The PAMAN team of pharmacy professionals use the most up to date patient medication information, provided by community pharmacies in the form of medication administration record(MAR)charts
To every problem there is an answer
..but to 10 problems at the same time?
That’s another matter
PAMAN monthly services provided for each patient
All of the below plus 4G WIFI dongle and monitoring for around £6.50 per day
Medication review and advice
Monitoring of patient medication administration
Monitoring Insulin administration
Monitoring Inhalers: usage, technique and training
Prescription management and ordering
Service available 8am to 10pm
Regular reports and feedback