• 37.9 million

    people are living with HIV globally. (WHO Factsheet.2018)

  • 2.1 million

    people are living with HIV in India.

  • 79%

    of people living with HIV in India are aware of their status.

Care delivery for HIV patients remains a challenge.

Individuals living with HIV need comprehensive care and support to continue living a healthy life. However, there is:

  • Low uptake due to social and accessibility barriers.
  • Lack of awareness hinders prevention and treatment.
  • Low adherence and loss to follow-up.

Care delivery for HIV patients remains a challenge.

Individuals living with HIV need comprehensive care and support to continue living a healthy life. However, there is:

  • Low uptake due to social and accessibility barriers.
  • Lack of awareness hinders prevention and treatment.
  • Low adherence and loss to follow-up.

For Healthcare Providers

Out-of-hospital specialist care platform for HIV clinics.

  • Increase patient engagement and activation.
  • Support HIV testing and psycho-social counselling.
  • Improve care delivery through automated reminders and timely interventions.
  • Improve treatment adherence through medication reminders.

For Patients

Mobile app for patients for proactive disease management.

  • Access to reliable information about HIV.
  • Medication reminders to improve adherence.
  • Convenience to schedule appointments hence lower chances of missed follow-ups.
  • Personalised care plans to support improved quality of life.

Currently deployed in a clinic in London, which reported a 91% overall patient satisfaction.

 32% reduction in cost when compared to the consultant-led model.

Ongoing project in India to provide evidence-based care to 4000 registered patients.