This Institution's name is HealthX Africa

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This Institution's type is Virtual Health Service Provider
This Institution's location is Nairobi, Kenya  |  Established 2021

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Overview

HealthX Africa is an exemplar virtual primary health care service providing a doctor for every Kenyan, wherever they are in the country and whenever they need (24 hours a day, 7 days a week). HealthX works to provide clinical services to Kenyans, and to contribute to the growth of quality telemedicine as a critical piece of the primary health care ecosystem in the country. HealthX works closely with the Ministry of Health to share best practices, learnings, and expertise for the development of regulations, standards and guidelines for telemedicine in the country.

Areas of Expertise

  • Strengthening linkages between community health and PHC
  • Financing for PHC and community health (preventive, promotive, and curative care
  • Health management, policy and planning
  • Private sector engagement
  • Regulation and enforcement
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Strategic planning
  • Strategy development
  • Behavior and health literacy
  • Disease prevention
  • Health promotion
  • Health protection
  • Nutrition literacy/nutrition counseling
  • Innovation ecosystem strengthening
  • Innovator engagement and support
  • Scaling innovations
  • Family planning
  • Maternal, newborn and child health
  • Non-communicable diseases
  • NTDs
  • Nutrition
  • Design and organization of service delivery models that include PHC and community health services
  • Health management
  • Integration nutrition services into routine health systems
  • Licensing and accreditation
  • PHC
  • Quality and quality assurance
  • Service delivery networks
  • Facilitating stakeholder dialgoue
Digital health
Telemedicine

Program Experience

  • Primary Health Care Telemedicine

    Nov 2021 - Present
    24/7 subscription-based virtual primary health care service delivery from Medical Doctors, Clinical Psychologists, and Clinical and Community Nutritionists.

Areas of Expertise

  • Strengthening linkages between community health and PHC
  • Financing for PHC and community health (preventive, promotive, and curative care
  • Health management, policy and planning
  • Private sector engagement
  • Regulation and enforcement
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Strategic planning
  • Strategy development
  • Behavior and health literacy
  • Disease prevention
  • Health promotion
  • Health protection
  • Nutrition literacy/nutrition counseling
  • Innovation ecosystem strengthening
  • Innovator engagement and support
  • Scaling innovations
  • Family planning
  • Maternal, newborn and child health
  • Non-communicable diseases
  • NTDs
  • Nutrition
  • Design and organization of service delivery models that include PHC and community health services
  • Health management
  • Integration nutrition services into routine health systems
  • Licensing and accreditation
  • PHC
  • Quality and quality assurance
  • Service delivery networks
  • Facilitating stakeholder dialgoue
Digital health
Telemedicine