Case Study: TCE Group Collaborates to Connect Telehealth & Pharmacies


Technical Consultants and Experts Group Inc. (aka the TCE Group) knows the difficulties of running a business in the pharmacy software space; from workflow and revenue challenges to choosing software and getting it customized to fit in with that workflow.
TCE Group works with partners in collaboration, and is aimed at pharmacists, pharmacies, insurance groups, and assisted living facilities in providing customers workflow efficiencies and new revenue streams in a pharmacy-centric suite that includes prescription ordering, telehealth, audits, reminders, Al monitoring, and alerts.
One collaborative relationship of which TCE group is especially proud is with OneCare LLC. The collaboration has helped progress TCE Group’s vision to be the preferred provider of B2B digital health and pharmacy services.
PK+ Telehealth Suite is the result. It is a B2B telehealth solution marketed by TCE Group, an Ontario-based engineering company and IBM business partner, consisting of modules developed internally and in concert with B2B partners.
TCE Group launched the world’s first online pharmacy in 1999 and subsequently released mobile mail-order pharmacy applications. It has expanded its presence in telehealth to include integrated digital health services for business affiliates, pharmacies, clinics, hospitals, and their patients. Building strong relationships with partners has been the key.
Founded in 2011, Marietta, Georgia-based OneCare operates as an adherence management company dedicated to bringing technology to the management of chronic diseases. The company’s technology provides much-needed assistance to persons with chronic conditions (and their families) for the improved management and administration of patient care plans and protocols. OneCare’s interactive patient engagement platform communicates care plan details to the patient and caregivers in real-time and collects the patient self-management data through telemetry. OneCare’s technology was designed to reduce the impact chronic disease has on patient outcomes, on family caregivers, and on the high cost of health care.