THINKMD aims to be on the frontline of healthcare, in the hands of 50,000 users by 2026, facilitating over 250 million Quality Health Encounters (QHEs) by 2027. The frontline of healthcare continues move to far beyond a doctor’s office, in the wake of health provider...
Healthcare coverage should be available for everyone, anywhere in the world. Yet there is an enormous gap in coverage globally. THINKMD is working across ten countries worldwide to bridge this global gap, eliminate preventable deaths, and improve access to quality...
Major global health organizations support expanding THINKMD’s advanced clinical solutions in low- and middle-income countries.
CHWs will have five minutes on the Virtual Global Health Open MIC on 2 December.
THINKMD has appointed Chris Powell as Chief Executive Officer to lead the company in its next phase of growth.
THINKMD will be hosting a series of opportunities to provide an accessible platform for global health dialogue, in the from of Virtual Open MIC events.
Goodlife Pharmacy gives East African moms peace of mind with THINKMD’s technology that “thinks” like a doctor
Supported by THINKMD’s clinical intelligence technology, which helps a user identify how sick a person is, what illness they may have and what appropriate next steps to take, Goodlife Pharmacy will now offer moms and their babies in-house clinical assessments.
In this overview of 10 Amazing Startups in Burlington Vermont 2021, Synaptic Supercollider outlines the companies bringing innovation to entrepreneurship. Read why THINKMD made the list.
In 2020, as a global pandemic erupted, Alight and THINKMD were able to quickly pivot their focus and expand the services they provide to include screening and diagnostic capabilities directly related to COVID-19 through a decentralized technology network. This allowed the teams to get a better handle on tracking the virus amongst vulnerable migrant populations.
THINKMD´s digital health point-of-care tool to support Frontline Health Workers (FLWs) to assess, diagnose, and treat patients and improve adherence to the WHO IMCI guidelines was introduced in 15 health facilities in Kano State, Nigeria, in April to August 2018....