Mobile doctors from Merci Charity Boutique working on the Zana Merciluta project were not able to access their data because of the lack of Internet access in the remote areas where they operated. As a result, they were required to write down all patient information and keep all papers in one place. This consumed a lot of time and ran the risk of losing the information gathered.
In order to solve this problem that mobile doctors were facing, Tremend developed an Android mobile app called ACUMM. This app-enabled doctors to streamline data entry operations and keep all their patients’ data in a safe place. The moment the app had access to the internet, the doctors could manually sync and save the data on their physical servers.
Doctors were now able to save all their customer data in a shorter amount of time. This allowed them to complete seven dental campaigns in poor villages across Romania considerably faster. To top it all, they were able to get the assurance that their patients’ data will safely be stored on the server.
The ACUMM application also enabled doctors to easily connect to a mobile printer and print all the files on paper. As a result, mobile doctors could save the history of each patient in a database and gain access to up-to-date results.