The Ministry of Health of Ghana, through Ghana Health Services, implemented this innovative project to detect more cases of Tuberculosis earlier. Universal Delft provided the project management in this important project, which was completed according to schedule on 28th February 2018.
During the implementation, Universal Delft issued monthly Project Progress Reports.
Currently, Universal Delft coordinates and executes the Warranty Period of 2 years on the Project hard-and software, including the e-health platform.
ORIO is the Dutch Government grant facility that supports investments in public infrastructure. Oldelft Benelux from the Netherlands was selected by the Ghana Health Service as the integrator for the project through a tender and cooperated with its technology partner Delft Imaging Systems. The 52 X-ray systems are all empowered by Computer Aided Detection for Tuberculosis software (CAD4TB) and a platform for tele-radiology.
The project “Accelerating Case Detection of Tuberculosis in Ghana” is Africa’s largest e-Health investment, so far.


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