The Nairobi Women’s Hospital
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Vecnacares & Nairobi Women’s Hospital
VecnaCares' iDeliver is a point-of-care application that provides clinical decision support to identify and treat maternal complications in real-time. The easy-to-use solution combined with a triage algorithm, enables healthcare providers to achieve and maintain high-quality maternal care from ante-natal care through labor and post-natal care. The algorithm identifies high-risk patients and prioritizes by severity so providers can focus on the most critical patients earlier. iDeliver also captures complete patient information, streamlining data reporting processes and informing quality of care improvement efforts. IN this pilot, Nairobi Women’s Hospital in Kenya will deploy iDeliver to cover a patient’s pregnancy journey from antenatal care through postnatal care. The solution will also address neonatal complications and collect and monitor well baby data. COVID-19 testing/ protocols have also been incorporated.
Forus Health & Nairobi Women’s Hospital
Forus Health’s non-mydriatic fundus camera and refraction equipment can be installed in primary health centers, diabetic clinics, physician’s office, etc., to detect eye problems and eye diseases early, and enable more efficient management. Minimally trained operators can be taught to use the devices on patients to acquire data, which is uploaded to the cloud and a combination of AI and clinicians determine patient's condition and provide advice to enable early treatment. In this pilot, Nairobi Women’s Hospital in Kenya will deploy Forus’ technology in two of their branches to increase the screening and diagnosis of eye diseases, addressing the scarcity of eye specialists in Kenya.
Ally Pacs & Nairobi Women’s Hospital
Ally PAC’s technology is a medical imaging management solution enabling tele-radiology, long-term archiving of medial data and unification of multiple imaging sites under one cloud-based umbrella. Images can be viewed on any device anywhere. The solution includes physician and patient portals. AI technology has been incorporated to identify potential COVID-19 cases. In this pilot, Nairobi Women’s Hospital in Kenya will use Ally PACS’ fully digitalized and cloud-enabled solution across their 9 branches to better coordinate care and improve radiology workflows and optimize resources.