Whilst ARVs have had a tremendous impact on improving the health of people living with HIV/AIDS, when patients default on their daily treatment, it can undo all the good. Healthcare providers don't know ahead of time which patients are at the highest risk of defaulting on their HIV treatment. They also don't know whether their high-risk patients are receiving the required interventions with fidelity on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
Using extensive public heath delivery experience, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), the Patient Retention Solution predicts: 1. Patients that are on treatment who are at high risk of a first time missed appointment. 2. Patients who have already missed one appointment and are at high risk of a repeat missed appointment. Thereby improving patient outcomes and overall program impact. Foresight gives programs the ability to pre-emptively intervene and prevent loss to follow up, keeping more patients on treatment and saving lives
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||15,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Botswana, Angola, Mauritius, Malawi, Namibia, Mozambique, Lesotho, Seychelles, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Swaziland, South Africa, Madagascar|
|New Feature||Integration into Vantage for automatic monitoring and reporting. Mobile device for community data collection. Model optimization from time to time.|
Our multi-disciplinary team has over 70 years experience between them, and are passionate about improving the health of the under-served population. Lynsey Stewart-Isherwood is the Engagement Director. She is inspired by seeking innovative solutions that provide equity amongst patients within the public health sector. She is a Public Health Specialist with over two decades experience of implementing HIV and TB programs in the field in Sub-Saharan Africa. Her greatest strength is recognising gaps within health systems and strategically linking these gaps with sustainable, fit-for-purpose solutions through engagements with innovators, public-private partners and funders. Lynsey holds a MSc Degree. Ashley Holling is the Program Director. He is an accomplished project and program manager with over 22 years experience covering the middle East and Africa sub-regions. He has proven leadership skills involving managing, developing and motivating teams to achieve their objectives. He holds a BSc (Engineering -Electronics) as well as a post graduate diploma in project management. Waldick Herbst, BroadReach's Commercialisation Director, has a proven track record in growing businesses through defining strategies that include competitive landscape and global influences. Waldick has many years C Suite experience in the corporate world as well as honed skills as an entrepreneur and in building and raising funds for start-ups. He has experience with specialist AI and Machine Learning companies, as well as software development. Waldick spent 17 years with a listed media and entertainment company, in various roles from program manager, business development and twelve years as divisional CEO in supply chain management, manufacturing and retail. He left the Group as Managing Director (MD) Exclusive Books with more than one thousand employees and R700m (approx US$43m) turnover. Waldick holds a B Com University of Port Elizabeth. Molebogeng Monagane is a change management specialist with more than 10 years of experience in providing customized organizational development, change management, training and continuous improvement interventions to organizations. Having worked with an array of clients in service and manufacturing sectors, Molebogeng has a proven track record of excellence, with both functional and technical expertise in organization, technology and people change enablement. Annika Krugel, a Client Engagement Manager in BroadReach’s Client Success team, holds a Master’s Degree in Development Studies. She has 15 years’ experience working across the public-, private- and civil society sectors. She has managed a range of projects predominantly supporting culture and behaviour change and facilitating collaborative problem-solving processes, but also articulating strategy and policy, as well as operating model and process design. Her most significant achievement has been leading a large scale, long term culture change and employee engagement programme in the public health sector in South Africa.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN