Rethinking Primary Healthcare
United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #3
WatIf Health Portal
Where m-Health meets clinical outcomes !
Developed by passionate, primary healthcare enthusiasts that thrive on advocating for radical primary healthcare re-engineering through multi-platform ICT. Designed to preserve what took centuries to perfect.
About a new world health order, where healthcare delivery is synonymous with sustainable development. A world free from HIV/AIDS and TB, where Noncommunicable Diseases are a thing of the past. We care about the health of children under five years as a special and vulnerable group, who’s health we strive to guarantee and secure with very little variability of care
For global sustainable development by bringing a new and disruptive perspective to healthcare delivery in resource poor Communities
Care better than we have ever seen before, health better than we’ve ever known, at a cost every person can afford, every time and everywhere.
"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away."
Our team includes Specialists from various domains
- Diabetic Specialists
- Public health specialists
- Information Technology specialists
- App Developers
- Integration Engineers
- Support Engineers
A Health Workforce Multipler
Watif Health APP
Allows Patients to record their vital signs, laboratory test results, Personal and family history
Clinical data that was captured by the user is processed through a medical knowledge base to produce patient specific clinical assessment reports and health risks profiles
Provides a graphical representation of the patient's health progress
Tracks user's daily calorie consumption and compares the results with the user's daily caloric requirements
Monitors the effect of insulin on the users blood glucose level, where glucose levels are found to be below or above the recommended therapeutic level, the insulimometer assists the user in calculating the required insulin adjustment
An interactive behavior modification tool. It demonstrates the effect of a change in behavior on the risk of developing cardiovascular accident