AARDEX Group is a Belgium-based company that offers comprehensive tools to measure and implement patient adherence solutions in clinical trials, research settings, and professional healthcare systems.
The MEMS® solutions are based on the MEMS® adherence software integrating powerful visualization and analytical tools. It processes dosing history data recorded by MEMS® packages and MEMS® compatible packages. AARDEX offers various kinds of smart packages developed on our MEMS® technology, or compatible with our MEMS® technology, the Gold Standard in medication adherence research. The MEMS® technology consists in the integration of a micro-circuitry into pharmaceutical packages of various designs (pharmacy bottle, blister, inhaler, eye-drop dispenser, etc.). The maneuvers needed to take the drug is detected in real time and timestamped, resulting in dosing history data: AARDEX Products
AdhereTech is US-based software & data company. focusing on customized patient support programs. The AdhereTech software platform analyzes a number of data feeds, such as: real-time adherence information from its devices, patient messages & feedback, and pharmacy inputs & data.
AdhereTech markets a Smart Pill Bottle which automatically sends data to AdhereTech’s HIPAA-compliant system, where it’s analyzed (along with other data feeds) to determine how to best support the patient. Based on the analysis, the system sends personalized support to the patient’s phone, via text message or automated phone call. Patient responses are also analyzed. Pharmacists can also receive real-time reports about which patients may need timely support - and follow up with them directly to provide timely care: AdhereTech Products
AiCure, based in the US and the UK, is an AI and advanced data analytics company targeting the healthcare industry with proprietary intelligent software that captures and understands video, audio, and behavioral data to establish the link between patients, disease and treatment.
AiCure uses proprietary AI to capture and analyze visual and audio data from patients around their actions and responses to medical conditions and treatment across clinical trials and patient care. Clinically proven to enhance the effectiveness of medication, ensure patient compliance and improve health outcomes, AiCure's platform provides pharmaceutical companies, healthcare providers, payers and government entities with novel insights around the science of patient behavior, allowing them to measure and modify it for better care: AiCure Products
Butterfly Network Inc. is a private US-based Medical Equipment company that transforms medical imaging and non-invasive surgery by leveraging advances in semiconductors, deep learning and cloud computing.
Butterfly iQ is being used in low resource settings to create sustainable healthcare. The Butterfly iQ hand-held device that brings together semiconductors, artificial intelligence, and cloud technology has made it possible to create an ultrasound device that ushers in a new era of healthcare and can bring medical imaging to remote communities: Butterfly iQ Products
Caredose is a New Delhi-based medicine management venture that uses proprietary technology and packaging to ensure and track medicine adherence in patients, while building big data for healthcare entities and public health programmes.
Caredose has a two-way revenue model: subscription basis for patients (multi-dose packaging, adherence tracking, alerts and refills), and DoseDroid for healthcare entities and customizable data analytics, insights and reports. It also creates dashboards for healthcare entities with process details and data insights for individual and aggregate patients: Caredose Products
Cecelia Health, formerly Fit4D, is a high-growth, venture-backed US-based health tech services company. The company partners with pharmaceutical companies, payers, ACOs and self-insured employers to deliver a personalized, technology-based approach to improving medical adherence and health outcomes for people living with diabetes and related chronic conditions
Cecelia Health’s Certified Diabetes Educators (CDEs) and clinical coaches work with proprietary technology to deliver personalized education and support for those who are struggling to manage their disease. Cecelia Health combines individualized coaching with an expert clinician and proprietary technology to deliver a personalized coaching program to drive positive health outcomes, improve self-management, and transform lives — at scale: Cecelia Health Product
Delft Diagnostic Imaging is a private Application Software company located in the Netherlands. The Company designs and produces medical software and platforms for sharing digital images and medical records. Delft also provides digital X-ray imaging systems, systems integration, and service for customize complete solutions for radiology departments.
Delft addresses the problem of TB diagnosis by combining the speed and low costs of digital X-ray with machine learning and big data. Delft’s innovative CAD4TB software is designed to help non-experts detect and diagnose TB more accurately and cost-effectively. Digital X-rays combined with machine learning and remote expertise make CAD4TB a valuable asset in the fight against TB. Delft’s OneStopTB clinics reach remote, and frequently underserviced, areas with ease. Delft supplies two X-ray modalities for existing (mobile) clinics: Delft Products
emocha® Mobile Health, Inc. is an US private IT Services company that market products first developed by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education designed to improve medication adherence using video technology and human engagement. emocha products leverage a CDC-endorsed model called Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) where healthcare workers watch patients take every dose of medication, monitor side effects, and provide critical support. The emocha platform is also capable of monitoring and enhancing health campaigns not only against TB but also other high-profile conditions.
Emocha TB Detect is a free Android application that includes an interactive TB symptom screening algorithm based on current WHO guidelines. It also includes multimedia lectures from experts in TB prevention and care, as well as other educational tools for health care providers caring for patients at risk for TB. The educational content is updated on a regular basis to include the latest information on TB prevention and care: emocha TB Detect Product
Everwell Health Solutions is a Bangalore-based social enterprise that spun out of Microsoft Research India in 2015 by co-founders Andrew Cross and Bill Thies. Everwell’s Everwell Hub digital adherence platform has been widely used in TB – with 8 TB REACH-funded deployments across high burden regions leveraging this platform. In addition, Unitaid’s ASCENT project will deploy the 99DOTS and Everwell solution across roughly 70,000 patients in 5 high burden regions.
99DOTS is a low-cost engagement tool using basic mobile phones and augmented packaging for patients taking anti-Tuberculosis medication. Each day, patients send a free call to a number revealed after dispensing their medication. It has been widely deployed (approximately 200,000 patients) in India. The Everwell Hub is a comprehensive, integrated platform for adherence and patient management. Health care staff can log into a single portal to register and follow up with patients, whose adherence reports from any of Everwell’s integrated technologies appear side-by-side including 99DOTS, evriMED devices, and VOT: Everwell Products
Facebook, Inc. is a private US-based Internet Media company that operates a social networking website. The Company website allows people to communicate with their family, friends, and coworkers. Facebook develops technologies that facilitate the sharing of information, photographs, website links, and videos. Facebook users have the ability to share and restrict information based on their own specific criteria.
The TB Support Group – Advice, Sharing and info about Tuberculosis page is a private group intended for patients, family, friends and survivors to learn more about TB. This is a place for people to come together to talk and learn about TB: https://www.facebook.com/pg/tbsupportgroup/about/?ref=page_internal
Fujifilm Healthcare is a Hospital and Healthcare company located in Japan with businesses in the fields of digital radiography, women's health, endoscopy, ultrasound, medical informatics, CDMO biopharmaceuticals, regenerative medicine and pharmaceuticals. As technology trailblazers, Fujifilm will continue to push boundaries and make breakthroughs with the overall mission of improving patient outcomes and changing lives.
The Fujifilm SILVAMP TB LAM (FujiLAM) device was shown to be more sensitive than the current POC TB test, and has the potential to reduce the number of false negative test results (where someone who has TB incorrectly tests negative). The specificity of the two tests, which measures the likelihood of a test returning a false negative result, was comparable at 90.8% for FujiLAM and 95% for AlereLAM: Fujifilm Products
GE Healthcare Inc. is a US-based Health Care Supplies company that produces medical equipment. The Company offers scanners, monitors, dispensers, imagers, displays, recorders, analyzers, separators, and other laboratory and medical equipment for medical and medical research industries worldwide. GE Life Sciences produces products that help life science researchers and biopharmaceutical manufacturers evolve how new therapies and precision medicines are discovered, made, and used.
GE Life Sciences Critical Care Suite2, powered by Edison, embeds artificial intelligence for triaging in an x-ray imaging device, turning what was once a conceptual idea into reality by detecting nearly all pneumothoraxes, limiting false alerts and providing triage notifications that are sent to PACS upon transfer of the original diagnostic image and enable PACS worklist prioritization: Critical Care Suite Product
The GlobalDiagnostiX project has resulted in the establishment of an alliance of more than 40 researchers, engineers, and specialists, from all ﬁelds, under the leadership of EssentialTech program.
GlobalDiagnostiX is an all-in-one system to make digital radiology available worldwide. The main challenge of this project is to develop a high-quality digital x-ray system specifically adapted to low and middle income countries, with a total cost of ownership reduced tenfold. The system has to resist erratic electrical supply, harsh climatic conditions and require very little maintenance during its whole life cycle. Substantially, the system will allow the deployment of advanced features, such tele radiology, remote maintenance and computer aided diagnosis tools. A spin-off company assures the industrialization and long-term impact at scale: GlobalDiagnostiX Project
The India Central Tuberculosis Division (CTD) – District TB Programme (DBT) website content is owned and provided by Central TB Division, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India.
The website includes important thematic areas, performance reports, FAQs, Success Stories and E-Citizen tenders: India CTD - DBT
A spin-off from the University of Waterloo, KA Imaging is a company that specializes in developing innovative X-ray imaging technologies and systems, and providing solutions to the medical, veterinary and NDT markets.
KA Imaging offers innovative solutions for the medical imaging market. KA Imaging patented technologies and carefully engineered designs offer reliable and unrivaled X-ray imaging, ideal for both fixed and mobile DR applications. Its X-ray detectors are suitable for use in hospitals, imaging centers, and urgent care facilities. Patent protected technology allows the Multi-Energy X-ray detectors to enable better soft-tissue differentiation through a single X-ray dose. The detectors are ideal for both common and complex diagnostic procedures.: KA Imaging Products
Keheala is a digital health company that improves healthcare access and treatment outcomes for patients and providers. By empowering patients with information, motivation and support, Keheala delivers the tools needed to overcome the non-medical drivers of disease that exist away from health facilities. Healthcare agencies are provided remote-monitoring capabilities and vital analytics to combat epidemics in resource-constrained environments.
Keheala's Platform is accessible by feature phone or smartphone, does not need to be downloaded, can be updated in real-time, has roaming capability, is cost-effective, patient-friendly and provider-desired. The technology extends beyond mobile phones into the human core; Keheala was designed from the ground up with evidence-based behavioral interventions from the social sciences to maximize motivation and adherence to treatment: Keheala Products
Koninklijke Philips N.V. is a Dutch multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Amsterdam. Its Medical Equipment company offers products and services in diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring and health informatics, as well as in consumer health and home care.
Philips has developed an automatic solution to detect TB. The solution helps reduce the workload of radiologists and make their work less subjective. The Philips algorithm detects if there are traces of TB present in an image (generated from a scanner from any vendor). The solution learns TB-specific features from the images which are unique in chest X-rays using deep learning techniques, and then uses machine learning algorithms to generate classifier models that can distinguish a chest X-ray that contains TB traces from normal ones: Philips Products
Lyndra is a private US-based specialty pharma company seeks to improve healthcare outcomes through oral, ultra-long-acting, sustained-release therapies that change how people take medicines.
With Lyndra’s orally administered dosage form, instead of taking medications daily or more frequently, doses would be administered weekly or monthly, improving medication adherence for better health outcomes and lower healthcare costs. Delivering controlled amounts of medicine would also reduce side effects and improve drug efficacy: Lyndra Products
LIVI is a leading digital healthcare company backed by top tier investors Accel Partners and Index Ventures. Livi uses technology to move consultations and healthcare management online and provide a service that gives the patient the optimal health care experience, regardless of location. Livi is headquartered in Stockholm with operations in the UK, Norway and France.
Lunit Inc., a member company of the K-ICT Born2Global Centre, is a private Medical Equipment company registered in Korea that develops the Lunit insight chest x-ray-nodule and other medical equipment products.
Lunit has developed a deep learning-based technology for analyzing medical images that dramatically lowers the rate of misdiagnosis. Currently, the AI technology is being subjected to a sophistication process in cooperation with major medical institutions in Korea, including Seoul National University Hospital, Severance Hospital of Yonsei University Health System, Samsung Medical Center, and Asan Medical Center: Lunit Products
The US-based digital health medication management company Mango Health works with leaders in healthcare to help patients understand medications, increase adherence, build healthier habits, and improve patient outcomes.
Mango Health has adapted some of the triggers and rewards from the social gaming industry to the complex world of health care in a mobile app helps patients stay on track with their prescription medications and supplements. The app includes daily reminders to take drugs at different points. Patients can self-report that they’ve stayed on schedule by taking photos of their drug containers. The app also includes a health journal function where patients can keep track of their exercise and daily activities. Plus, there are alerts to tell users how their medications might interact with each other. There is also a social element which shows how well patients adhere to their regimens compared to others: Mango Health Products
Medisafe is a US privately-held company that provides a personalized medication management platform that sends personalized reminders to patients to take their pills.
The Medisafe personalized medication management platform helps patients stay on top of all their medications. Medisafe makes it easy to adhere to the most complicated medication schedules, enables care collaboration between a patient, their loved ones and providers, and delivers educational content and services tailored to specific conditions and situations. Medisafe has 4 million users in over 200 countries and territories worldwide and is translated into more than 20 languages: Medisafe Products
MedMinder Systems Inc. is a US-based private company that aims to empower seniors, individuals with disabilities, and the chronically ill to maintain their independence and avoid hospitalization or long-term care facilities. MedMinder is a provider of automatic pill dispensers that remind users to take their medication through flashes, beeps, text messages and phone calls.
MedMinder’s integrated pharmacy services and smart pill dispenser technology simplifies medication management, improves medication adherence and helps elderly and chronically ill stay independent at home: Medminder Products
M-Pesa (M for mobile, pesa is Swahili for money) is a mobile phone-based money transfer, financing and microfinancing service, launched in 2007 by Vodafone for Safaricom and Vodacom, the largest mobile network operators in Kenya and Tanzania.
M-TIBA was developed out of strategic partnership between CarePay, PharmAccess Foundation and Safaricom, leveraging the respective strengths to deliver healthcare solutions to over 100,000 Kenyans through 60 health care providers all for less than KSHs.300. M-Pesa has also also partnered with the Government numerous times to extend more services to the Kenyan citizen by digitizing primary schools, connecting health centres, streamlining payments to farmers and much more: Magpi Products
The Novartis Foundation is a philanthropic organization aiming to have a sustainable impact on the health of low-income communities. For the Ghana Telemedicine Program, the foundation partnered with Millennium Promise Alliance, Earth Institute, Columbia University, the Ghana Ministry of Health, Ministry of Communication, National Health Insurance Agency, and Ambulance Service, St. Martin’s Hospital, MedGate, Ericsson and Airtel.
The Ghana Telemedicine Program uses information and communications technology (ICT) to connect community health workers to medical specialists via 24-hour teleconsultation centers. Doctors, nurses and midwives in the teleconsultation centers coach community health workers and advise on the treatment of their patients, helping them manage emergency cases that are beyond their capacity and avoiding unnecessary referrals. Ghana Telemedicine Program
Developed by the Center for Nutrition Studies at Yenepoya University (Mangalore, India), in association with the McGill International TB Center (Montreal, Canada), the N-TB mobile application provides nutritional assessment and counselling to adult tuberculosis patient users.
The N-TB Application is an android and iOS based application developed to address some of the challenges in the domain of care of TB patients. It has been endorsed by the RNTCP and WHO (India). The only input values required are height in cm and weight in kg of adult TB patients. Based on these input values it provides nutritional assessment at diagnosis and follow up, triage for patients with severe acute malnutrition, and counseling tips for an adequate and balanced diet: N-TB Product
Omada Health Inc. is a private US-based Application Software company that uses behavior science to help people change their habits, improve their health and reduce their risk of chronic disease.
Omada provides users with smart technology to help track progress and provide personalized feedback to reveal what is and isn’t working. Users are paired with a Professional health coach and a small group of peers facing similar challenges for encouragement at every step. Users can track meals, activity, and other metrics like weight, blood pressure, and blood glucose all in one place–and log in anytime to see your progress. Weekly interactive lessons are provided: Omada Products
OneImpact, developed by the Stop TB Partnership and Community Partners and powered by Dure Technologies, is a digital health solution platform to support community-based monitoring of the TB response. OneImpact has 4 Apps that aim to empower people and communities affected by TB with knowledge, with ways to connect with peers and services and with ways to report problems they face. OneImpact has tools to guide country implementers to adapt, design and roll out OneImpact.
OneImpact provides an App that provides TB information, a TB service locator, connections to other people with TB and TB support groups, a reporting for the challenges that interfere with the ability to access TB services and complete TB treatment, and a platform that allows community organizations to track, monitor, and respond to challenges reported by people accessing TB services: OneImpact Product
Project ECHO is a free, educational model developed at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center to serve as many patients with hepatitis C as possible. People and organizations from all over the world are leveraging the ECHO Model to scale their own social initiatives in fields like healthcare, education, and social justice.
The ECHO model is not traditional “telemedicine” where the specialist assumes care of the patient, but is instead telementoring, a guided practice model where the participating clinician retains responsibility for managing the patient. Using proven adult learning techniques and interactive video technology, the ECHO Model connects groups of community providers with specialists at centers of excellence in regular real-time collaborative sessions. The ECHO Model
Proof of Impact, a Dutch startup company, is a global marketplace that enables impact investors and funders to support the causes they care about most by linking financial investment directly to proven results.
On the Proof of Impact marketplace, money funds specific, measurable impact events, allowing the investor to make a tangible, unique contribution towards the causes they are passionate about: Proof of Impact Product
Proteus Digital Health is a US-based private company engaged in the development and commercializing of digital health products. It develops digital health products that collect and aggregate various behavioral, physiologic, and therapeutic metrics, such as medication adherence, heart rate, sleep patterns, physical activity, and stress levels into personal management tools delivered to the mobile devices of consumers.
Proteus Discover is comprised of ingestible sensors, a small wearable sensor patch, an application on a mobile device and a provider portal. Once activated, Proteus Discover unlocks never-before-seen insight into patient health patterns and medication treatment effectiveness, leading to more informed healthcare decisions for everyone involved. FDA clearance was granted in 2012 in a de novo category: Proteus Products
Qure.ai operates a healthcare technology company located in Mumbai aiming to make healthcare more accessible through the power of deep learning. Its qXR detects abnormal chest X-rays, then identifies and localizes 15 common abnormalities. The company offers Head CT scans which are a first line diagnostic modality for patients with head injury or stroke.
qXR uses deep learning technology to automate the chest X-ray interpretation process. When used as a point-of-care screening tool, followed by immediate bacteriological/NAAT confirmation, qXR significantly reduces time to TB diagnosis: Qure.ai Products
SemanticMD is a private US-based Medical Applications company.
SemanticMD provides a SaaS-based platform that enables the rapid training of medical image analysis applications and classifiers. Its platform can be deployed either over the cloud or on-premises and supports 2D and 3D medical images in addition to ultrasound videos: SemanticMD Products
SenseDose Technologies is a Mumbai-based private healthcare company working to improve adherence to medication regimen by using IOT based technology.
TMEAD (Tuberculosis Monitoring Encouragement Adherence Drive) is an intervention developed by SenseDose Technologies that aims at improving adherence to Revised National Tuberculosis Control Progamme (RNTCP): SenseDose Products
Sharecare is a private US-based Internet Based Services company providing an interoperable platform that integrates fragmented user-friendly experience that engages people in all aspects of their health.
From medication adherence and managing a chronic condition such as diabetes or heart disease to developing better eating habits, improving sleep and reducing stress, Sharecare supports each individual through the lens of their personal health journey and connects them to the right stakeholders at the right time. Sharecare Products
Siemens Healthineers AG is a private Medical Equipment company registered in Germany. The Company provides medical imaging, laboratory diagnostics, point-of-care testing, digital ecosystem, and reading solutions for health care applications. Siemens Healthineers offers its services worldwide.
Siemens Healthineers offers a broad spectrum of immunoassay, chemistry, hematology, molecular, and urinalysis testing systems, in conjunction with automation, informatics and services to serve the needs of laboratories of any size: Siemens Healthineers Products
Sureadhere Mobile Technology, Inc.: is a US-based private healthcare company working to improve adherence to medication regimen by using IOT based technology.
SureAdhere VDOT patient mobile applications that is an asynchronous (store-and-forward) system that includes a simple mobile application used by patients to record and send videos of every medication dose ingested. Healthcare providers can then view the date and time stamped videos on SureAdhere’s HIPAA compliant web portal to document each medication dose taken. VDOT can be used to document medication side effects reported by patients: SureAdhere Products
Tencent Holdings Limited is a private Internet Media company registered in China that operates as an investment holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides Internet and mobile value-added services (VAS), online advertising, and e-commerce transactions. Tencent Holdings offers services to users worldwide.
The WeChat platform integrates instant messaging and social entertainment for real-time communications via free text and multimedia messages. WeChat has evolved into a connector and open platform across industries, connecting users with one another, with smart devices and with business services. In combination with electronic monitors, WeChat has been evaluated for use in improving tuberculosis patients’ treatment adherence: WeChat Products
Thrivor provides a coordinated experience for the 24 hour life of a patient during a health journey. It connects a health site with patients, enabling better engagement with the patient and their supporters. It enables swift communication between the health site and the patient enabling real time updates, and it brings technology to the appointment system so that patients attend when they are supposed to and are prepared for their appointments.
The Thrivor platform includes patient and provider profiles for managing consent and administration, an appointment management tool, reminders and notifications for shared appointments, communications with patient groups or individual patients/primary providers using email, push notifications or SMS, health files, facilitates payments and reports data insights: Thrivor Product
Triggerise is a non-profit organization that motivates users – primarily young women and adolescent girls – to make positive choices by using nudges like reminders, discounts, in person and digital follow-ups, and reward points to encourage users to access and use healthy products and services.
The Triggerise platform links communities of users, partners, content and transactions, aiming to motivate positive behaviour. The Triggerise platform includes two kinds of infrastructure: Technology: websites, apps, SMS, and membership cards that people use to engage with our platform, and Partnerships: service providers, entrepreneurs, content creators, retailers, wholesalers, and product distributors – to power its platform: Triggerise Products
TB Alert is the United Kingdom’s national tuberculosis charity. It is the only charity that focuses on TB both in the UK and overseas – in India, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi. TB Alert’s work focuses on: 1) raising public and professional awareness about TB, addressing barriers to treatment, and providing support to patients during their treatment, 2) bringing together statutory health services, voluntary organisations and people affected by TB to plan and deliver better TB services, and 3) advocating for the policies and resources to improve the care of patients and the prevention and control of TB.
Maintained by TB Alert, the Truth About TB website provides information, advice and support about all aspects of TB: from TB symptoms and risks to treatment and recovery – including sources of support to help patients through their TB journey. The site contains people’s TB stories; and the answers to questions from others that are concerned about TB. For professionals, the site contains patient information materials, awareness raising resources and a school information pack: The Truth About TB Website
Twilio Inc. is a private US-based Infrastructure Software company that develops and publishes internet infrastructure solutions.
Nimtone is a web app that allows a clinic to send automated text messages to their patients about upcoming appointments and alerts them about missed appointments. The clinicians are able to use the system to update information about patients and can slowly review daily activities like appointments scheduled that day: Twilio Products
WhatsApp Inc. is a US-based private Application Software company that provides mobile communication and instant messaging services.
WhatsApp started as an alternative to SMS and now supports sending and receiving a variety of media: text, photos, videos, documents, and location, as well as voice calls. Messages and calls are secured with end-to-end encryption. Through a WhatsApp group named 'Let's Fight Against Tuberculosis,’ the Jorhat district’s TB control programme has introduced a system that will monitor the status of patients and keep a ground-level tab on TB-control programmes: WhatsApp Product
Wisepill Technologies: is a South African company that makes use of Smart Pill Boxes and Internet technologies to provide real-time medication management. It’s evriMED medication adherence device is an affordable and TB-appropriate digital medication adherence tool that has been tested extensively and is being used in India and China for TB patients.
Zebra Medical Vision Ltd. is a private Medical device company located in Israel that offers a hand-held multiphoton imager for human use, and delivers imaging systems for researchers to investigate the structure and function of muscle, tendon, cartilage, skin, and other tissues.
Zebra’s mission is to provide radiologists the tools they need to make the next leap in patient care. The demand for medical imaging services is continuously increasing, outpacing the supply of qualified radiologists and stretching them to produce more output, without compromising patient care. Only by adopting new technology that significantly enhances the capabilities of radiologists, can this crisis be mitigated. Zebra is empowering radiologists with its revolutionary AI1 offering which helps health providers manage the ever increasing workload without compromising quality: Zebra Products