Stroke is treatable and every minute counts to save the brain and reduce or even avoid sequelae. But there is life after stroke and rehabilitation is fundamental to return the patient to the best possible functional state. JoinTriage and Join help medical professionals in stroke treatment in Brazil. Learn more (YouTube)
A stroke patient was saved using Join and Rapid, AI diagnostic service in Chile. This is the first case that the patient is saved with 100% recovery using the public health system. Learn more
The online opening ceremony of the Peruvian National Institute of Neuroscience's Department of Remote Stroke was held on World Stroke Day, October 29th. Join has been implemented to the institute, and the Peruvian Minister of Health, Dr. Pilar Mazzetti, expressed her appreciation for Japan's cooperation in the field of medicine. Learn more
Allm S.A. partnered with the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging (CBR) . The purpose of this partnership is to support radiologists who are on the front line against COVID-19, working in hospitals and care centers in the public health system to have a second opinion on the clinical images of the chest, via tomography Computerized and / or X-ray through Join. Learn more
A clinical research to study the safety and efficacy of thrombectomy was conducted in Brazil and its paper has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine (impact factor 70.670). Join and JoinTriage were used as a telemedicine platform, allowing medical image sharing, teleconsultation, and patient triage. Martins Sheila O, Mont’Alverne Francisco, Rebello Letícia C, et al., Thrombectomy for Stroke in the Public Health Care System of Brazil. New England Journal...
Allm S.A. and Fleury Group offer a free system of cooperation for second opinion from a team of doctors specialized in tomography reports and chest radiographs, with the objective of evaluating the imaging pattern in suspected cases of COVID-19 in Brazil. Learn more
An article on Join published on Jornal da USP, the newspaper of the University of São Paulo. Clinics Hospital of Ribeirão Preto of the university of São Paulo is developing a telemedicine platform to exchange information among healthcare professionals in the front line of COVID-19 care. Plataforma de telemedicina deve ajudar no tratamento da covid-19, Jornal da USP
Join was introduced as a telemedicine application for COVID-19 on MIT Sloan Management Review, a research-based magazine published at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Inovação (também no Brasil) em tempos de pandemia, MIT Sloan Management Review Brasil