We realize a digital health care system where artificial intelligence can transform remote patient journeys and help healthcare workers engage their patients in innovative and exciting ways.
We are bringing a connected, portable and intelligent health care system that allows patients or individual to monitor their health, communicate with physicians anywhere and anytime through integrated biosensors.
Our innovation is a human-centered collection of intelligent health system applying science and technology, social and business innovation to empower individuals to understand their own health anytime, anywhere.
Advanced Artificial Intelligence in Remote Healthcare
We are bringing the world’s most powerful digital health communication technology that stimulate progress, transformation and improvement in primary healthcare. Affiliating with Canadian and international organizations including MaRS, University of Toronto, SVX and impact8.
An Intelligent, lightweight, portable health care system that would allow consumers to monitor vital signs and diagnose major health problems and connect to Doctors remotely.
Our Target Sector
Ready Made Garments
Bangladesh has more than 4000 factories, totalling 4.9 million workers in the Ready Made
Garment (RMG) Industry – 90% are women and more than 85% of workers have at least one
health problem. Access to medical care is nearly impossible due to geographic, financial,
temporal, and social barriers – with more than 55% of workers lacking access to primary care.
Additionally, in the RMG industry, few factories have sufficient healthcare staff or the
technology necessary to detect disease and provide accurate and effective care on-site.
Workers are thus often referred to outside health clinics, accruing significant costs to workers
in work-time lost and clinic fees.
Micro Finance Industry
There are millions of borrowers in Micro Finance Based NGOs in Bangladesh. These MFI institutions can be largely benefited by leveraging ADVIN health care system to their borrowers by providing primary health care.
Over the course of 2018, ADVIN will be launching health interventions with the Bangladesh Government and several larger NGOs and MFIs. With at least 25 centers projected to be operational by the end of 2018, and scaling to 200 by the following year, ADVIN is focusing on establishing itself with MFIs and NGOs before moving into the RMG industry in 2019.
“JOTNO” is basically an interactive healthcare facility by utilizing modern connected technology and telecommunications. Our project “JOTNO” will provide digital health communication services to the rural communities to transform the current health care practices in Bangladesh.
ADVIN screening technologies is to provide patients at risk with an early distance warning and to serve as a tipping point for individuals to take real-time action.
Advisors and Team
When I see the healthcare service available in my door step I was not sure why I needed a monitor; I did not think that I was really too sick. I soon realized that this monitor and the rural doctor could keep an eye on my health through the digital technology.