Nigerian eHealth startup, Aajoh, is currently beta testing an Al-based app designed to listen to a patient’s symptoms and provide diagnosis.
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The UN has recognised Tigo, UNICEF Ghana and Ghana’s Births and Deaths Registry for their automated birth registration system.
There has been upsurge of electronic solutions being developed to educate and help patients better manage diabetes outside of a healthcare setting.
Researchers at the University of Pretoria have turned to satellite data to predict malaria outbreaks and mobile apps to control and monitor the disease.
Medtronic's Sugar.IQ app, which is powered by IBM Watson, helps detect important patterns and trends for people with diabetes.
A global app-based real-time research study, called ‘How is the World Feeling?’ aims to get 7 million participants to log their mood over a week.
Capsule Ltd. has developed an app, called Flare, which aims to make Kenya’s siloed and privately run ambulance service more accessible to patients.
Pfizer Inc. has launched a free iPhone app, called Moodivator, to help motivate and encourage people who experience depression.
US-based startup, Iodine, has integrated its mental health app, Start, into clinical practice in mental health.
A team of researchers from the University of Turku in Finland have developed an app that uses existing smartphone hardware to detect atrial fibrillation.
The Achu health app uses Fitbit data to alert consumers when they are showing signs of a reoccurring illness, such as a cold, before it happens.