One of the most competitive markets today is the Health sector, where there is an increasing level of demand from users, who choose providers not only in terms of the quality of their medical services, but also by virtue of comprehensive patient care. In the case of providers - Hospitals, Laboratories and Medical Centers - and the beneficiary, in the case of Health Insurers, both public and private.
With this in mind, and with the accelerated digitization of this sector, SONDA develops solutions for the advancement of comprehensive and efficient health services. In turn, with the incorporation of Artificial Intelligence (AI), we are able to collaborate in the prevention of diseases that impact employee quality of life. We are a strategic partner not only for health providers in the region, we are also an ally when it comes to the well-being of individuals and their families.
Diabetes blindness is the most common cause of vision loss in the working-age population around the world and is preventable with just an annual exam, but there is an irreparable gap between the volume of users requiring the exam and the ophthalmologic capabilities available.
This is the reason why there is low coverage for the fundus examination, which has a massive impact on the population's visual health.
DART by TELEDX.org and SONDA are collaborating to expand this AI solution that aims to prevent the most common cause of blindness in the adult population, diabetic retinopathy, through a cloud platform that makes it possible to upload digital retinal exams, filter negative cases automatically and allows the specialist to confirm positive cases remotely.
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