Health in Fragile Contexts Challenge
SAVE by Briota Technologies
Briota uses artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of things (IoT) to enable early precise diagnosis of Chronic Respiratory Diseases (COPD, ILD, Post TB, Long Covid, Asthma) in resource constrained settings.
Globally, about 750 million people have Asthma, COPD, Post TB Lung Impairment and more than 75% of these cases are undiagnosed, causing huge economic burdens and premature deaths. Pulmonary function (PFT) test costs, unavailability of trained technicians, and absence of pulmonologists are major factors for late or missing diagnosis at the primary care level.
Briota's solution SAVE™ (Screening Assisted Virtually and Early), is an affordable and scalable alternative to expensive Pulmonary Function Tests mostly performed in secondary or tertiary care settings. Briota's innovative No Contact AI solution "PFT In A Box™" - Pulmonary Function Test is India's first and only Point of Care Diagnostics with Spirometer, Impulse Oscillometer and GOLD standard Clinical Diagnostic Support System.
Apart from COPD and Asthma, Project SAVE™ using Briota's unique point of care AI first platform SURAKSHA (Save) is now expanded to cover other difficult to diagnose conditions in primary healthcare settings. These conditions include Cardiometabolic diseases and Common cancers - Lungs, Breast and Oral
- Project SAVE™ has, to date, helped 55,000 patients in various states in India who were assisted by SAVE™ technology of early screening, diagnosis and escalation for chronic respiratory conditions including Covid, Asthma, COPD and post TB lung impairment.
The organization’s primary focus is in India followed by other countries in Asia and Africa. As part of the National Program on NCD, the SAVE™ solution has a potential market value of $500 million in primary care settings.
Similar and larger markets in primary care exist in Asia and Africa and the team has presented its solution in Bangladesh, Nepal, and the Philippines.
SAVE by Briota Technologies has current partnerships with:
- National Health Mission, Government of India: part of the National Program for NCD.
- Mahatma Phule Backward Class Development Corporation, Mumbai India: for training the backward class youth as PFT technicians.
- Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark: Research and Clinical validation of its solutions in European settings.
SAVE seeks assistance in establishing sales and implementation partnerships to start with small pilots for establishing SOP’s in Asian and African countries.
For-profit, including B-Corp or similar models