Partnership and Innovation

Find out more about Arian Teleheal and learn more about our mission to save lives and improve futures.

We collaborate with a range of carefully-chosen partners in multi-agency projects, using our expertise and learning to help improve healthcare across the world, especially through innovative use of readily-available technology.

 This includes acting as an advisory consultancy to governments and international organisations in digital health, providing advice on how to establish, launch and scale-up systems.

 We are currently working with partners in areas including:

 West Nile Consortium – Teleheal is a member of this consortium which includes Health Education England, Uganda Red Cross, THET and other international organisations. The consortium provides support to people of Uganda and refugees from South Sudan residing in the West Nile region, totalling around 1.4 million people. Teleheal has been providing Uganda Red Cross with COVID-19 guidelines and protocols.

 South Africa – Teleheal has developed COVID-19 guidelines and protocols for the five South African hospitals which have been in partnership with Teleheal and Health Education England.

Yemen – Teleheal is currently advising a group of healthcare professionals who are supporting medical colleagues in Yemen in response to COVID-19.

 Teleheal’s consultancy role means that we can take the lessons from developing our system and use them to help millions of other people across the world’s conflict zones and low resource countries and regions.

 India – we work in partnership with the UK-based British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) charity, which has around 60,000 doctors as members. Together we are entering a partnership with the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Rishikesh, which was established by the Government of India. Teleheal is advising AIIMS on the creation of the global TeleHealth Connect Platform in India, through which Indian overseas doctors (and other volunteers) can serve millions of people in India.

 Africa – Wales for Africa is a global health charitable arm of the Welsh government which is helping sub-Saharan African countries. Teleheal is working in partnership with Wales for Africa to support establishing and scaling up digital health solutions in these countries.

 Tropical Health Education Trust (THET) – Teleheal has become a member of the steering group for digital health for the Trust, which has supported 100,000 healthcare workers in 31 countries over the last decade.

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