A World Time Bomb Requiring a Collective Global Response

Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of death globally. The four main NCDs are cardiovascular diseases, Hypertension, Diabetes, Cancer and Chronic respiratory diseases. The burden of these diseases is rising disproportionately among lower income countries and populations.

As recorded by the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2008, nearly 80% of NCD deaths — 29 million, occurred in low- and middle-income countries. In 2012 they caused 68% of all deaths (38 million) up from 60% in 2000, about half were under age 70 and half were women. The World Health Assembly in May 2012 set a global target to reduce deaths from NCDs for people under 70 years of age to 25% by 2025.

Vision

  • Our Vision is a new world-health-order free from the burden of Non-Communicable Diseases.

Mission

  • Our Mission is to provide the healthcare industry with innovative Smart ICT solutions that address global health challenges posed by epidemics such as Non-Communicable Diseases.
  • To Deliver evidence based, meaningful use and patient centered health ICT solutions that eliminate variation of care . To deliver smart ICT solutions that are reproducible and scalable.

Our Values

We value , respect and hold sacred the professional and clinical skills of our physician colleagues and are eternally indebted to their tireless efforts in providing the world with evidence based clinical research knowledge. We believe in engaging them in teams that deliver patient centered optimal health outcomes.

Honesty and Integrity: We are commitment to upholding the highest possible standards of professional conduct and care in all our innovative endeavors.

Social Justice: Commitment to treating all persons fairly and equitably.

Diversity and Inclusiveness We Acknowledge the benefits of differences and similarities among people working towards building sustainable and lasting health solutions among communities and institutions with diverse memberships, through equal treatment and access to resources and decision making processes.

Excellence in scholarship and education:  Commitment to establishing and maintaining medical research of the highest quality to support professional services that inform our innovation.

Continuous Improvement: We are committed to a constant self-reflective, organization-wide environment that seeks to continually improve the quality of our innovative product offering.

Goal Oriented: Commitment to offer quality care and programs which set community standards, exceed patient expectations, provided in an accessible and cost effective manner.