We support health providers through accessible tools that integrate into the current health workflow at any facility.
We empower patients through symptom assessment with mobile applications such as the Uzazi App for sexual and reproductive health.
We offer powerful health data visualizations for disease monitoring and reporting.
Dr. Elsa is committed to better health for all. We currently focus on a number of health-related issues, including:
Dr. Elsa provides health insights to strengthen health systems and improve access to high-quality primary healthcare.
Powered by data & artificial intelligence to augment the knowledge and experience of healthcare providers
Built and trained on locally sourced data from East Africa, adding contextual relevance to the tool
Built by doctors with healthcare providers and patients in mind.
Available in both English and Swahili so that everyone can understand their health.
Yani uatafuniwa kila kitu, kazi yako kumeza tu. Ushindwe mwenyewe
Itanisaidia sana kwa kuwa kama mimi sipo offisini, yule mtu wa lab anayeona wagonjwa atapata msaada.
The potential in ensuring proper history taking and high quality patient care is massive.
Dr. Elsa is a Health Assistant that offers symptom assessment, decision support, next-steps recommendations, and disease outbreak prediction to healthcare providers in East Africa.
Getting Dr. Elsa integrated into your institutions workflow is really fast and easy. Our team will come to your facility and do a quick survey followed by a discussion on your specific needs and pain points. After that we just have a 30 minute trainins session with staff members and begin rolling out!
Dr. Elsa is integrated into multiple health applications already in the market! Some are developed by us, other applications are developed by partner organizations that use Dr. Elsa to "add intelligence" to their platforms. Just look for "Powered by Dr. Elsa"!
We use a combination of Expert Knowledge, Big Data, and cutting edge technologies to develop models and algorithms that model diseases and other factors. These models can the be used to answer questions like "Given that I have a cough, do I have Pneumonia?"