In the ever-changing landscape of healthcare, there are companies that stand out not only for their vision, but also for their immense impact. Xcelerate Inc. is certainly one such company, positioned to change the medical, health, and wellness industries with a visionary business plan that covers three unique yet intertwined branches.
Joining the team as Director is Jason Householder, who also serves as the Co-Founder and CEO of Charlotte’s LenDRgroup Consulting. With over a decade devoted to healthcare banking, Jason specializes in crafting effective strategies for medical, dental, and veterinary practices. His insights help these practices navigate the complexities of business operations seamlessly.
Steve Gravely, presently the President of the Consulting Group at Jocassee, Inc., contributes significantly to the leadership. His remarkable track record includes spearheading 25 global manufacturing plants and overseeing the successful launch of over 300 new products for prominent industry giants like Michelin, AT&T, NCR, and General Motors. His expertise adds a distinctive dimension to the already extensive skill set of the management team.
Within Xcelerate Inc., an esteemed advisory board boasts the presence of eminent figures such as Dr. Barry Marshall, a distinguished Nobel laureate in the medical field. Alongside him stands the renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Dilan B. Ellegala, adding further depth to the board’s expertise. Also lending their insights is Dr. Anja Glisovic, a research scholar with a PhD in X Ray & Material Physics, contributing a unique perspective to the team.
In a recent addition, the advisory board extended a warm welcome to Cathy Scangarella, who currently holds the position of Chief Business Development Officer and Sector Lead for the Life Sciences at Choose New Jersey. With her involvement, the board continues to amass a wealth of industry knowledge, fortifying Xcelerate’s commitment to pioneering advancements in healthcare.
The collection includes four approved and one awaiting U.S. patents, along with two approved and one pending European patent. Additionally, the portfolio encompasses specific licensing agreements linked to research advancements from Cambridge University.
Xcelerate has a strong dedication to closing the healthcare gap in developing countries, starting with a special focus on Africa. By creating virtual health technology, the company aims to make it possible for doctors to reach more people and offer medical care to those who currently have limited access.
To make this possible, Xcelerate has secured a 51% ownership in a startup medical technology and virtual health company AfiyaSasa Africa, LLC (ASA), initiated by the globally recognized Tanzanian Neurosurgeon, Dilan Ellegala. Company helps patients in developing countries talk to doctors through its platform to get the medical care they need. The ASA platform uses smart technology like AI (artificial intelligence) and AR (Augmented Reality), created by AdviNOW. This helps people who live far away from medical help and don’t have many doctors nearby, whether they’re in remote places or cities.Patients can use their cell phones, tablets, or computers to use the system. It lets doctors and medical staff assess their condition, decide the best care, and guide them through the process online. The system even has facial recognition and can remember if the patient has used it before.
The AfiyaSasa Tanzania Project is getting ready to start in various hospitals across the country with the help of its own subsidiary. Each hospital will provide special services and telehealth features as part of this project.
Back in March 2023, Xcelerate took a big step by signing an Agreement to bring its Artificial Intelligence (AI) based health services to The National Hospital of Tanzania, Muhimbili National Hospital, and Mloganzila in Dar es Salaam. This is the largest hospital in East Africa. The Muhimbili National Hospital System is the premier tertiary care hospital system for all of Tanzania, a country with 64 million people. It has around 1,500 beds for patients and serves about 2,000 patients every day.
Just two weeks later, Xcelerate signed another Agreement to introduce its AI-based health services to Haydom Regional Rural Referral Hospital, which is also known as Haydom Lutheran Hospital (“HLH”), in Haydom, Tanzania. HLH is a big hospital with 420 beds and it takes care of 5.7 million people in North Central Tanzania. Every year, HLH helps around 12,635 patients who stay in the hospital and supports about 103,173 patients who visit for outpatient care.
And there’s more to come – two more hospitals will be joining this important project soon.
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