Empowering Affordable Healthcare

Empowering Affordable Healthcare

OUR CHALLENGE

Each year, around 100 million people are pushed into extreme poverty because of health-related expenditures.

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MISSION

We build technology for universal healthcare for everyone.

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VISION

All 193 UN member states share the goal that everyone, everywhere can access essential quality health services without facing financial hardship by 2030.
We are building technology that helps to make it possible.

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OUR IMPACT

To learn more, please visit our Madagascar project

OUR SOLUTION

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SWEEPING transparency

We collect real-time data on healthcare system usage, disease prevalence, and treatment costs, empowering anyone to trace their impact down to individual health outcomes.

Universal Access

We build technology that runs on every phone enabling patients and health workers to access health financing - no matter how remote.

COST REDUCTION

We improve operational efficiency by using technology that can be easily integrated into existing processes to streamline administration and reduce costs.

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

We leverage cutting-edge pattern recognition and data analytics to prevent fraud and improve quality of care.

Contact us. We are available by email.

APRIL 2018

We need to rethink existing approaches to improve the access to basic healthcare for the population, especially the poor. Conditional cash transfers and vouchers would be an excellent strategy as long as there is technology in place to ensure a safe and transparent distribution.

Former World Bank Head of Mission 

OUR TEAM

 
  Dr. Julius Emmrich   Julius was trained as a neurologist at the Charité, University of Cambridge and Mount Sinai Hospital.

Dr. Julius Emmrich

Julius was trained as a neurologist at the Charité, University of Cambridge and Mount Sinai Hospital.

  Dr. Samuel Knauss   Samuel founded his first digital health startup at the age of 23. He trained to become a neurologist at Harvard Medical School and Charité.

Dr. Samuel Knauss

Samuel founded his first digital health startup at the age of 23. He trained to become a neurologist at Harvard Medical School and Charité.

  Elsa Rajemison   Elsa holds a degree in economics from the Sorbonne. Before joining our team she was economic advisor to the Madagascan Embassy Berlin.

Elsa Rajemison

Elsa holds a degree in economics from the Sorbonne. Before joining our team she was economic advisor to the Madagascan Embassy Berlin.

  Niklas Riekenbrauck   Niklas has worked in multiple health startups and was a developer at Dubsmash during his Bacherlor‘s degree.

Niklas Riekenbrauck

Niklas has worked in multiple health startups and was a developer at Dubsmash during his Bacherlor‘s degree.

 
 
 
  Dr Benjamin Fanomezantsoananahary   Benjamin’s expertise lies with ensuring quality and safety of care. With USAID and Jhpiego he worked with hospitals all over Madagascar.

Dr Benjamin Fanomezantsoananahary

Benjamin’s expertise lies with ensuring quality and safety of care. With USAID and Jhpiego he worked with hospitals all over Madagascar.

  Janos Brauer   Janos has graduated in IT-Systems Engineering from the Hasso Plattner Institute and has a strong expertise in digital health.

Janos Brauer

Janos has graduated in IT-Systems Engineering from the Hasso Plattner Institute and has a strong expertise in digital health.

  Klara Seitz   Klara is doing her Master's degree in IT-Systems Engineering at the Hasso-Plattner Institute.

Klara Seitz

Klara is doing her Master's degree in IT-Systems Engineering at the Hasso-Plattner Institute.

  Noelson Lahiafake   Noelson has years of experience in the mobile sector and was technical director of Airtel Money Madagascar before joining our team.

Noelson Lahiafake

Noelson has years of experience in the mobile sector and was technical director of Airtel Money Madagascar before joining our team.

 

We are a diverse team with experience in medicine, software engineering, non-profits, finance, marketing and international relations, with 30+ employees and community agents on-site in Madagascar.