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Kenyan health startup Afya Rekod partners with Medi-Science to improve personal health data in Africa and Europe www.theexchange.africa

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MediLiVes is a forward-thinking project that provides telemedicine solutions that are one-of-a-kind and cutting-edge.

One of the fields experiencing the most rapid expansion worldwide is telemedicine, which is built on technology that allows for a patient’s health status to be monitored from a distance.…

  • Afya Rekod has partnered with Medi-science International Limited to transform healthcare delivery through improved access to personal health data in Africa and Europe
  • The partners said the deal would give patients an accessible record of their own health history by enabling patients, doctors and hospitals to host health records securely on one platform 
  • Through such partnerships, Afya Rekod said it is decentralising current healthcare systems

Kenya’s Afya Rekod has partnered with British firm Medi-science International Limited to transform healthcare delivery through improved access to personal health data in Africa and Europe.

On Friday, August 19, 2022, the partners said the deal would give patients an accessible record of their own health history by enabling patients, doctors and hospitals to host health records securely on one platform through a digital application.

Through such partnerships, Afya Rekod said it is decentralising current healthcare systems.

Commenting on the partnership, John Kamara, CEO Afya …

AfyaRekod was founded in 2019 by John Kamara as an Adanian Lab start-up with seed funding from Mac Venture Capital and Next Chymia.

He established the company after losing a close friend who was misdiagnosed due to lack of medical records and data that could have helped save his life.

AfyaRekod founder John Kamara. Photo: John Kamara/Twitter.

Kamara noted that the solution to his friend’s death was bringing real-time access to data.

“We identified the capture and storage of accurate data across every possible level of infrastructure as a core problem. Our tool now allows patients to create a portal with all their health data and, most importantly, gives patients sovereign rights of ownership of their data.

“The patient logs in and sees all the information from the hospital. They don’t have to ask the hospital or beg for information. It’s their right to have access to it,” said Kamara.…

  • GE Healthcare and Kenya-based startup Afya Rekod have entered a strategic collaboration to transform care delivery through improved access to personal health data
  • Afya Rekod said they would focus on Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa, where they will give patients an accessible record of their health history
  • The access will include radiological images by enabling hospitals and diagnostic centres to host health records securely on one platform through a digital application
  • Afya Rekod was founded in Kenya in 2019 and operates in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Cameroon, Zambia and the United States

US-based GE Healthcare and Kenya-based startup Afya Rekod have entered a strategic collaboration to transform care delivery through improved access to personal health data.

In a statement, Afya Rekod said they would focus on Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa, giving patients an accessible record of their health history. The company has a health record management platform built to…

  • Kenyan-based health startup Afya Rekod has raised $2million in Seed funding to expand its business and speed up the launch of its patient portal
  • The platform allows organisations, health providers, and medical experts to interact and connect with patients, even remotely, in real-time while providing tools to store, manage and analyse health records
  • The company’s Founder, John Kamara, said the investment would help them achieve their mission of empowering patients

Health Data Platform

Afya Rekod, a Kenyan-based health data platform, has raised $2million in Seed funding to expand its business and speed up the launch of its patient portal

The company has a health record management platform built to assist users with better healthcare services.

Its platform allows organisations, health providers, and medical experts to interact and connect with patients, even remotely, in real-time whilst providing tools to store, manage and analyse health records and manage hospitals and facilities.

Its …