Expanding Medical Services through Mobile Solutions

HOW TEXINO STARTED BUILDING MEDICAL VANS

Texino initially entered the mobile medical space in the summer of 2020, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. We were approached by nation-wide testing companies to design, build, and deploy a mobile medical unit for COVID-19 testing. Over the first year, we refined the design, expanding the use case from testing into vaccination after development and release of the vaccines by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson. To date, we have delivered over 150 medical vans to support the COVID-19 response efforts for our clients including Curative, Covid Clinic, Fulgent, Total Testing Solutions, and others.

ACCELERATION OF MOBILE MEDICAL TREND

What we have observed is that the pandemic served as a catalyst for the mobile healthcare trend and increased the adoption of digital and remote solutions. Increasingly, customers and businesses prefer and are electing) to receive services remotely or at their residence or place of business, rather than going to labs, clinics, or hospitals. The global mobile healthcare market is projected to grow at a ~25% CAGR from 2022 to 2027.

MOBILE MEDICAL OFFERINGS FOR DIFFERENT USE CASES

Our on-going conversations with potential customers corroborates these trends, as many companies are looking to deploy mobile solutions across an increasing number of use cases. In addition to testing and vaccination, we now have existing offerings for mobile phlebotomy, disease testing, mobile urgent care, and wellness screenings and patient consultation. Our clients are using these vehicles to reach new customers and demographics that were previously difficult to access and serve, as well as for expanded capacity and business continuity.

We are continuing to innovate and work with medical partners to develop new solutions for the market. If you’re interested in working with us, please do not hesitate to fill out an inquiry on our contact page or reach out to sales@texino.com.