HEALIUM DIGITAL HEALTHCARE

Who we are

We are a healthcare AI company focused on early detection and management of high burden diseases like chronic kidney disease through non-invasive digital biomarkers.

Kidney diseases (CKD) only get detected when it’s too late to be treated and patients are left to life-long dialysis or transplant. WHO figures show dramatic rise of 32% of death due to CKD in last decade. Diabetes, BP and lifestyle increase CKD

Why healium?

Easy implementation into heathcare IT systems

Real-time or Batch notifications for Healthcare team

Efficiently integrates into existing clinical workflows and care routines

Secure Cloud and private (onpremise) solution

Flexible

HIPAA -compliant HL7-compliant

CKD AWARENESS VIDEO

Our Products

We are developing a new (Patent pending) AI engine detecting Kidney Disease 10 years earlier than any existing system. We achieve this by applying our proprietary renal hemodynamic modelling which enables us to detect and predict the progression of disease.

Conventional methods are detecting only after 70% of kidney parenchymal damage during stage 3 and above and Healium detect Kidney Disease before 15% damage or stage 1 of the disease.

CURRENT MEDICAL SYSTEM

Current Medical System Detects Kidney Disease After 80-90% Of Damage.

HEALIUM SCREENING TOOL

Healium Passive Tool Detects Before 40% Damage.

HEALIUM DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Healium Diagnostic Tool Detects Before 15% Damage And Predict Progression Trajectory.

Help Prevent Kidney Disease

We Create Road Map For Hospitals From Day 1 We Associate With.

RECOGNITION

International Society Of Nephrology

Paper Published
Early detection of CKD with digital biomarkers pilot study paper got accepted in ISN and presenting in ISN. Annual Congress 2020 in Abu Dhabi ISN is worlds largest Nephrologist society with 9000 members

Selected at Global Digital Health Marketplace

To educate and address risk factors, of both acute and chronic kidney diseases through multilateral engagement and address many of the structural factors that affect kidney health like poverty, lack of education, malnutrition, disempowerment of women, poor sanitation, environmental exposures, and natural disasters in the context of 17 SDGs.

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