71% of deaths worldwide are caused by Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs). This represents 41 million deaths each year.
15 million people between the ages of 30 and 69 die each year from non-communicable diseases.
85% of these “premature” deaths, or more, occur in low- and middle-income countries.
Effectively fight against non-communicable diseases.
Allow each patient to carry out regular health check-ups near their residence or place of work.
Facilitate the implementation of actions for the prevention, screening and treatment of non-communicable diseases.
Remove geographic limitations on medical care.
Install Digital Health Centers (DHC) in municipalities, schools, pharmacies, companies, public administrations, health establishments. Wherever there is a large public attendance.
The Digital Health Center (DHC) is equipped with connected medical and computer devices to carry out very high precision complete health check-ups according to the 107:1.0 specification of ASACHI (African Scientific Advisory Committee on Health Innovation).