Local non-profit organizations are constrained in developing efficient methods for helping people with disabilities confined at their own homes. The cost of labor of physically serving such people is a continued issue at the organizations. This case study explores an entrepreneurial focus on best-in-class applications of m-Health devices for improving methods of home medication support furnished by a leading metropolitan non-profit organization. This study explores further the potential of hosted infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) m-Health remote monitoring systems technology. The findings of this study can benefit non-profit organizations considering economic entrepreneurial innovation in interactive managed care technology.
Lawler, James; Moller, Hannah; and Salloum, Robert, "A Case Study On Empowering A Non-Profit Organization To Better Help People With Disabilities Through M-Health" (2014). Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship. Paper 31.