Moving medicine forward
We talk to physicians, parents, frontline healthcare workers, large NGOs, rural clinics, and governments. Across geographies and healthcare systems, we continue to see workforce constraints that hinder the ability to provide quality access to healthcare for everyone, anywhere in the world.
We built our first product to help solve that problem.
MEDSINC enables everyone, everywhere to assess the health of a child
MEDSINC is an integrated mobile point-of-care clinical assessment platform that enables a minimally skilled user to gather patient information, assess severity of illness, and provide established and approved triage and treatment recommendations. When implemented, MEDSINC will expand the clinical capacity of frontline health workers and increase access to healthcare to families and communities they serve.
MEDSINC generates simple and actionable triage and treatment recommendations to save lives in homes, communities, and clinics
MEDSINC’s next-generation clinical intelligence algorithms offers an integrated approach to assessing a patient.
- Acquires patient demographics, illness history, vital signs and physical examination data.
- Provides immediate clinical severity assessment and illness screens for an expanding list of clinical conditions.
- Based on the generated clinical assessments, MEDSINC provides age and weight specific evidenced based triage, treatment, and follow-up recommendations that comply with WHO, IMCI and ICCM guidelines, treatment recommendations and essential medicines such as ORS, zinc, Amoxicillin DT, and other evidenced based treatments.
- MEDSINC facilitates data acquisition and storage for each clinical assessment performed by its user.
How MEDSINC works
How MEDSINC is different – Integration of best medical practices
We’ve taken a different approach to empowering frontline health workers with clinical capacity, we are not creating new medicine, we have developed a new platform for expanding medical assessment and knowledge.
The advanced clinical logic supporting MEDSINC is based on widely approved protocols and guidelines generated by the World Health Organization (WHO), namely Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI), Integrated Community Case Management (ICCM), and the Emergency Triage, Assessment, and Treatment (ETAT).
Evidence-based medicine is not static and neither is MEDSINC.