Fondation Pierre Fabre

Telemedicine without borders

Main beneficiary countries:
Indonesia - Nigeria - India

About the sponsor

Health2i

Telemedicine solutions startup.

Sector: Health: Healthcare professionals and structures

Country of origin: Singapore

The organisation has:

4
Full-Time Equivalents
30
Employees
0
Volunteer
0
Service provider

Initiative overview

Healthcare themes targeted

  • Mother and child health
  • Primary healthcare
  • Nutrition
  • Malaria/paludism
  • Infectious diseases
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Dermatology
  • Reducing stress

Stage of development:

  • Routine project/operational

Area where initiative is utilised

  • International (in several countries)

Initiative start date

  • 06/01/2013

Financing

Financing method

  • Private (private investors, crowdfunding, philanthropy, etc.)

Economic model(s)

  • Income generated by beneficiaries
  • Advertising
  • Sponsorship of existing programs

About the initiative

Providing baseline medical advice to all populations through a mobile application.

As it is simple and free to use for the first 24 hours, it can benefit the most underprivileged populations. Our service is available in several languages to ensure the widest possible user base: French, Indonesian, English

The simple sharing of a chat platform on a basic mobile application among general practitioners and visitors who need advice on all types of health concerns.

Field report of the initiative

Fields of application:

Telemedicine (remote diagnosis and consultations) - Information, education and communication for behaviour change (IEC)

Target audience

  • Entire population
  • Sick people
  • Dependents/persons with disabilities
  • Pregnant women

Initiative objectives

  • Improved treatment

Key figures

5000000 Number of beneficiaries since launch

1000 Number of users per Day

Materials used

  • Smartphone

Technologies used

  • Mobile app (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, HTML5, etc.)

Offline use

No

Open Source

No

Open Data

No

Independent evaluation

Yes
evaluated independently

Partners

Collaborators

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