Nigeria’s mHealth Start-up, MobiCure on 21st February launched her flagship product, OMOMI. Omomi is a mobile application that will keep children healthy.
?M?MI sends SMS to mothers and another relative for due immunization dates, monitors baby’s growth by comparing growth with the expected for the child’s age and perform other child health functions. The App which is particularly useful for busy first time mothers, as it will improve breast feeding, giving useful tips on breast feeding and various breast feeding techniques.
?M?MI is for the child. It has been developed with the child’s health needs in mind. This easy-to-use mobile application is the flagship product of MOBicure – a mobile health (mhealth) company committed to using mobile technology to solve health care issues in Nigeria and Africa. mHealth or mobile health is the use of mobile technology devices and tools such as phones, tabs, SMS, apps and videos to provide health care delivery.
MOBIcure which was co-founded by trio Dr Charles .I. Akhimien ( a young doctor Nigerian and Director General for Health, World Youth Government), Emmanuel Owobu (a Nigerian who is a certified healthcare innovator and entrepreneur from Duke University) and Raman Anurag ( an Indian Computer Science graduate from Indian Institute of Technology), one of Nigeria’s 1st solely mhealth companies provides mobile technology solutions in healthcare, and focuses on improving the quality of lives of people. Akhimien ways “we believe we can make life better for people and change the face of health care in Africa!”
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