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The October newsletter from THINKmd
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THINKmd to test with UNICEF in West Africa; MEDSINC one of 10 innovations selected to present at the Pneumonia Innovations Summit
You are receiving this newsletter because you expressed interest in MEDSINC, THINKmd’s product, which transforms a mobile device into a self-training, frontline, pediatric, point-of-care clinical-severity system that determines how sick a child is, gathers health data, and generates therapeutic recommendations.

MEDSINC testing in Burkina Faso

This November, THINKmd will partner with UNICEF and the Ministry of Health in Burkina Faso to continue MEDSINC validation testing.
 
Dr. Barry Finette, THINKmd’s CEO, said, “We are very grateful for the opportunity to perform further testing with UNICEF and the Ministry of Health in Burkina Faso.  This is a unique opportunity for us to work with the leading global health organization for children as well as regional Ministry of Health leaders in locations where MEDSINC will have the greatest impact.” 

THINKmd is working with UNICEF’s Senior Health Specialist, Dr. Mark Young, and his regional staff in Burkina Faso, including Drs. Salvator Nibitanga and Denis Muhoza. Testing will take place in hospitals and clinics near the capital city Ouagadougou and in a number of remote rural communities where children are unable to access regional healthcare installations.

THINKmd at Pneumonia Innovations Summit

On November 12th, THINKmd will present at “Pushing the Pace: The Pneumonia Innovations Summit” in New York City, part of World Health Organization (WHO) World Pneumonia Day. THINKmd was one of ten companies selected to present at the event, which brings together innovators who are developing technologies for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of childhood pneumonia in low resource settings. 

Thank you for your continued interest in THINKmd and MEDSINC.

All the best from the THINKmd team.
THINKmd is a Benefit corporation whose mission is to develop solutions that globally expand healthcare capacity and delivery to those with the greatest humanitarian need.

MEDSINC transforms a mobile device into a self-training, frontline, pediatric, point-of-care clinical-severity system that determines how sick a child is, gathers health data, and generates therapeutic recommendations.

MEDSINC in the news

Read the September 21st article on MEDSINC in MedCity News.
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