Pioneering Deployable Health Module
New challenges require new solutions; Swisstec to start a pioneering project to secure high-quality radiological care, telehealth, patient monitoring and pathology – including blood services, using a Deployable Health Module (DHM).
DHM provides digitally connected health services to remote, rural and under resourced communities.
Mobile Health Vehicle
Our module allows for state of the art Diagnostic Imaging Technology and Specialist Medical Expertise to be brought to the Patient.
Bringing Healthcare to Regional and Rural Communities
Deployment of DHMs will be aimed at under resourced, remote and rural communities across Australia, with further scope to scale across South EastAsian, Indochina, and South West Pacific regions.
Imaging diagnostics on 35 square meters of truck trailer or deployment via aircraft onto a site, will be designed, developed and manufactured locally.
In collaboration with local tertiary institutions, STA will work on developing research programs as well as implementing University accredited courses to support delivery of DHMs. This activity will further bolster our vision of delivering the best in class healthcare to these communities while also supporting Government, local industries and businesses.
COLLABORATION WITH GREAT COMMUNITIES
Research & Development
Excellence for Remote Radiology Imaging Services
Swisstec Analytics (STA) together with Australian NGO Great Communities (GC), will jointly develop health initiatives and programs; delivering change to our care economy for improved productivity and consumer outcomes.
Great Communities is passionate about the Care Economy and changing health in the community for the better. Through the R&D, GC will continue to explore collaboration opportunities with healthcare service providers to undertake delivery of STA programs into remote, rural, and under-resourced communities; radiology, telehealth, patient monitoring, pathology – including blood services.
With an initial focus on rural, remote and under-resourced communities of Australia, Asia remains a rapidly developing part of the world where there is a growing and developing middle class but also a great many that are underprivileged that can benefit from targeted intervention and support.
Using advanced technology to connect mobile or fixed clinics to an ecosystem of doctors and hospitals, irrespective of geographic location
Screening to facilitate early detection programs and community preventative health initiatives
Technology that allows broad community and regional access to radiology reading services for first and second opinions
Access to advanced medical procedures through a global network of specialists providing free access for patients to their patient portal
Achieve diversified revenue strategies to combat resource dependence
maximizing benefits to society and the environment and fund those critical social programs, limiting dependence for donations.
Collection & Analysis of Epidemiologic Data
Play a role in data collection, analytics and coalitions for global health research and to make lasting impression into reducing the disease burden of the world’s most affected populations through effective research.
Harness and adapt to new technology and social trends now, to assist in Prevention, Early Detection and access to breakthrough medications for cancer ensuring the future of civil society.
Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms & Analytics
Importance of civil society working with government, industry and academia to evaluate the opportunities presented by AI, ensuring that the technology benefits all of humanity. Further, the data used to create algorithms is used ethically with distribution of value back to the patient/communities.
Develop capacity and capability to lead and empower people in developing nations to take the initiative for confidence, self-sufficiency and self-determination.
Invest time and money in upskilling/training the local workforce to make a difference.