Roche Signs MoU with VinCense to Augment Access to Diabetes Care in Tamil Nadu

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Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) announced that the company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with VinCense, a digital health monitoring offering by MedIoTek Health Systems. 

Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies aim to implement 3 programmes in Madurai district of Tamil Nadu state (i) screening 100,000 individuals over the next two years for diabetes, hypertension, obesity etc. (ii) intervention for uncontrolled diabetes mellitus management (iii) intervention for tuberculosis - diabetes mellitus co-morbidity management. The partnership will use comprehensive integrated digital health solutions to drive early detection, intervention and care continuum in the state. 

Talking about the partnership, Omar Sherief Mohammad, Cluster Head – India, Middle East & Africa, Roche Diabetes Care, said “At Roche, we believe in forming partnerships in the communities to use the power of collective impact in creating sustainable improvements to health and healthcare systems. Our approach is to bring a holistic, patient-centric approach to diabetes management by leveraging accessible and adaptable digital health platforms that can be used as a model in healthcare initiatives across the country.”

“We are excited to partner with VinCense to develop a robust technology-driven healthcare delivery platform. We are confident that this platform will support the government’s National Digital Health Mission which aims to create a comprehensive digital healthcare ecosystem to collate digital health records in order to drive reforms in healthcare delivery.”, he added.


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