supporting THE FRONTLINE WITH DIGITAL HEALTH
mobile technology for medical emergencies
enhancing care in remote locations
MIME Technologies is a leading UK provider of mobile software for medical emergency first response. We deliver valuable support to anyone remote - in distance or time - from professional medical assistance. This includes 'blue light' emergency first responders, off-shore workers and outdoor sports events organisers.
Our easy-to-use software runs on mobile devices to provide access to first aid guidance, assessments and real-time monitoring for any incident or accident that occurs outwith the reach of professional medical care.
In the city, in the countryside, off-shore or working in a humanitarian environment, having access to MIME® will help to provide an appropriate response, in settings where patients can sometimes be hours or even days away from hospital.
Whatever your requirements are for the provision and support of healthcare in difficult locations, MIME® solutions will help you take appropriate action on-scene and communicate critical information safely and securely with professional agencies anywhere in the world.
Want to find out more about what we can do? This film showcases our 'Pro' technology built for First Responders and Fire Co-Responders. The mobile app helps to support first aid assessments, track patient care and location, make data capture quicker and more accurate, and can link to some of the latest Bluetooth® medical sensors, as well as automatically calculating a National Early Warning Score (NEWS). It can also send its data away from the scene to our secure cloud dashboard.
Enhance clinical governance, improve handover, and help your First Responders deliver the best care they're trained to give. Get in touch to find out more.
A guide through key first aid assessment steps - in-line with training and clinical quality indicators.
Records, reports and communicates on-scene data. Includes location, findings and interventions.
Upgrade to Bluetooth® wireless monitoring using clinical-grade medical sensors. Can help to identify early warning signs of patient deterioration.
Send data away from the scene. Informs patient care pathway, avoids inefficiencies, standardises clinical governance & audit.