"Thrivor, a new Australian business with a mission to dramatically improve the experience of those affected by cancer and other chronic illnesses, recently launched.
Thrivor seeks to provide a practical, seamless end-to-end experience for people outside of the hospital, helping to better navigate their daily lives and organise support through the app’s features in a fragile and confusing time.
Justin McLean, a global PwC strategy partner, launched his vision for the app following his own personal experiences as well as global research into the pain points experienced by patients and carers in the US, the UK and Australia.
The role of mobile solutions is only beginning to be utilised in the health sector, unlike other sectors which have already seen rapid development. Thrivor aims to empower those faced with a health crisis, putting them in the best possible position to thrive day to day, no matter what their prognosis." Read more
Thrivor's launch in Melbourne last week was featured in Pharmacy Daily.
"YESTERDAY saw the official launch of a new Australian business called Thrivor which aims to improve the experience of people affected by cancer and other chronic illnesses." Read more
"We need to put patients in a place where they can thrive during the most insecure, lonely and immobile time of their life. We have to set up an infrastructure that allows them to double down and focus on that illness and allows that support to come around and naturally care for them."
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