AYNLA recently met with the founder that made the famous WellFamily Clinics nationwide. These clinics are run by midwives but now innovations are introduced to help nurses run their own home health care.
AYNLA in partnership with WellConcern, ClickMedix and the Asian Institute of Management will create a business model where nurses can “franchise” and independently run.
Several meetings had been done to brainstorm on how nurses can utilize their clinical skills while working independently from the hospital setting. And the proponents of this initiative believes that home health care through the use of a customized mobile phone health monitoring application can do the trick.
Piloting the project, AYNLA calls for 15 registered nurses with or without experience in home health/private duty/palliative care nursing to pilot a business model developed to run a home health care using ICT in the Philippines.
This initial meeting will be a meeting with AYNLA and its partner organizations that will carry the project. This will also orient the interested nurses who will be joining the initiative.
For those first 15 interested nurses who will be signing up will be invited. The initial meeting will be at the BSA Mansion Condominium, 108 Benavidez St., Legaspi Village, Makati City this July 25, 2012, 4:00 to 6:00 PM.
Interested nurses may confirm their attendance by visiting this event page and follow the instructions stated there.