As we draw closer to 2017, Innov8tiv has taken the pains of rounding up the best tech innovations springing up in Kenya and meant for the betterment of healthcare standards and service provisions.
This app works like Uber, but instead of bringing a taxi right to your doorstep. Medicalcare brings ambulances in the events you need quick transportation to a health care facility during emergencies. The app is the work of Victor Abedi, a first-year student at the Technical University of Kenya taking journalism. To use the app, you just key in your locations (as you do when calling for Uber taxi) and the app using Google Maps will bring up locations of nearest ambulances near you. You call the nearest one to come to your rescue. You pay the fee once the patient is admitted to the hospital.
Founded by a 22-year-old nutritionist Lavender Anyango Ayodi, Nawiri is a Swahili word for ‘flourish’. As the name suggest, this app helps users live a flourishing life. Particularly diet-conscious users who watch what they eat. The app automatically calculates your Body Mass Index (BMI) when you …read more