Founded on the core organisation value of: Innovation each idea is investigated. Since our inception, we have endeavoured to respond to public health needs through invention, particularly in the use of information technology, clinical management, clinical research, and epidemiological research.
The integration of electronic medical record system (TherapyEdge®) with our automated pharmacy system (Trimed® and Mach4) and government laboratory database ensured a pre-eminent HIV clinic in Themba Lethu at Helen Joseph Hospital in Johannesburg. Empowering a clinic by reducing the paperwork Striving to achieve a paper free environment that did not require clinicians to spend […]
RightMax is custom built to meet the needs of an NGO providing clinical services on behalf of a donor and an NGO acting as a donor’s prime recipient for the channelling of funds to sub-recipients. The system provides donors with convincing proof that services have been delivered as claimed. Grants management Historically, grants management departments […]
South Africa has one of the biggest tuberculosis (TB) epidemics in the world. Social conditions, poor health, migrating labour and the HIV epidemic have all lead to us having the third highest number of new infections, after China and India. The novel introduction of mobile x-ray identification and diagnostic trucks is letting us address these […]
The integration of electronic medical record system with the countrywide laboratory database is an innovative and differentiating attribute of Right to Care’s approach to quality health care. Electronic medical records boost clinic efficiency Implemented in six facilities across South Africa, TherapyEdge® is an electronic medical record (EMR) with extensive user support capabilities. Pinnacle among these […]
The shortage of pharmaceutical personnel has had a significant impact on the delivery of pharmaceutical services and the ability to provide continuous availability of medicines in the public sector. Scaling up access to antiretroviral therapy from the current level of 2-million patients to the required 3.5-million patients requires a step-change in medicine supply-chain management. Innovative […]