Medical specialty: Rural, remote, indigenous

Rural, remote, indigenous

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Medi360

Medical technology service designed to service rural areas. Include a patient walk-in clinic equipped with diagnostic devices, rural clinics operated by trained technicians, outreach services and telemedicine consultations.

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AmbuPod

A mobile clinic and micro ambulance, created by a team of Doctors and technology experts to bring acute healthcare to rural India.

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Ellen Medical

Dialysis machines currently cost $10,000 to $20,000 making them unaffordable for many people. This device runs on solar power and can easily purify and use water from any source.

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Curefy

For remote medical advice, people can download the app and make a call to a Doctor.

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iKure

A tech savvy, successful primary health care network spreading across rural, semi urban and urban India and giving people general, maternal, child, eye, telemedicine and pathology services.

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MMEx

Designed by clinicians to serve rural and remote Australian communities, MMEx takes a patient-centric approach.

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Indigenous telehealth

Telehealth specifically for indigenous people. Enabling people to stay in their communities while receiving medical consultations.

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Ellume

A new range of digital diagnostic products – home kits for families to test for influenza, hand held devices for Doctors to test for Flu A+B, RSV and Group A Strep, and mobile pathology kits for field workers to test for TB.