Affordable Health Care
AFRICAN INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH TRANSFORMATION - AIHTSagamIMK HUB
Intelligent Cognitive Medical Systems are created for the express purpose of promoting affordable/equalised quality health care and prevention of disease across the African region.
AIHTSagamIMK HUB developed the very first medical bioengineering translational site - a research center model of cognitive health computing. The model advancess the vision of providing personalized healthcare to all populations via; newly developed diagnostic, preventative programs, cognitive analytics of large health data, and new models for patients care and treatment approaches.
AIHTSagamIMK HUB scalable, consistent, evidence based platform, offers tools for desease management and delivery of innovative and potentially life-saving services. The cognitive platform systems provide physicians with multiple types of procedures and protocols, support increased collaboration among teams, help identify new targets for research, and provide data to assist in assigning appropriate treatments.
AIHTSagamIMK HUB's cognitive systems promote understanding, reasoning, and learning with consequential translation of information into knowledge while supporting healthcare providers in their decision-making process. These cognitive next generation systems analyze more data than ever conceived, and enable the formation of strategies for most effective delivery of preventative, curative, and rehabilitative health services.
IMIENS Translational Medicine Data Repository (TMDT) Africa, handles the entire intelligent data process including the health care patient perspective, and aids in the discovery and development of new diagnostics and therapeutic approaches for ongoing patient care.
Patient Centered Health Care System - supports patient pmpowerment and self management .
Wired Health Medical Portal offers a library of archived resources for access 24/7.
The model issupports; long term sustainability, partnerships,collaboration, and access to medical experts in specialized areas.