Our Global Health Initiative Join us in creating a global knowledge platform.

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The future of healthcare is strongly driven by digital transformation. So how do we sustain, improve, and shape public health in this challenging global environment? At Smart Reporting, we believe digitization is capable of delivering more value to healthcare systems around the world and providing good health to those who need it most.


The Global Challenge

Our Focus


Creating a Worldwide Network of Knowledge


How Our Project Improves Health Care on a Global Scale


Together with key opinion leaders, medical experts, local universities and physicians, we are developing a multilingual AI-supported chest X-ray template (CXR). CXT is the most commonly performed examination in radiology and is often used to screen and follow-up many of the so-called “diseases of poverty,” such as tuberculosis and pneumonia. This template incorporates the latest clinical guidelines and an extensive knowledge base, which is constantly updated and maintained by experts in the field. The knowledge platform is available to all health care professionals and enhances the completeness, accuracy, and efficiency of clinical workflows. In particular, our project aims to improve the diagnosis and monitoring of both communicable and non-communicable diseases.


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  • Increase public acceptance of health and radiology examinations

    Increase public acceptance of health and radiology examinations

    The multilingual reports empower the local population to understand the findings and thus increase the trust in health services.

  • Create a sustainable impact and monitor our objectives

    Create a sustainable impact and monitor our objectives

    By working with local authorities, stakeholders, and MDs, we’re initiating a project that has long-term implications for those who really need it. The impact of our initiative will be constantly monitored.

  • Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    The vast supply of real-time data provided by our software enables radiologists to create data needed to build, maintain and monitor public healthcare campaigns.

  • Fight poverty-related diseases

    Fight poverty-related diseases

    Diseases of poverty such as tuberculosis and pneumonia have a dramatic impact on public health. Our radiology data adds sensitivity and specificity to public health assessments and disease surveillance.

  • Decrease the costs of radiology examinations

    Decrease the costs of radiology examinations

    Since our software accelerates the clinical workflow and only requires Internet access, it can support any country regardless of infrastructure. This significantly reduces the cost of radiology examinations and related campaigns.

Linking radiology informatics to public health

Digital Health Opportunities

If patients with particular diagnoses are followed over time via imaging, it is then possible that tracked and sorted radiology reports can provide data on the time course of disease progression in patients. This is useful in terms of assessing the severity of disease and potentially inferring the risk of communicability. Our project is set up for geographic and time-based assessments of diseases.

Linking radiology informatics to public health

Real-time data

Our software produces real-time data that is used for planning, implementation, and monitoring of diseases and related health campaigns. The data can be used for early detection of disease outbreaks, the management of epidemics, and disaster control.

Linking radiology informatics to public health

Flexible and customizable

Since the template will be fully customizable, it will add flexibility to existing electronic systems, e.g. used for the initiation and surveillance of health care campaigns.