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The Company

Global eHealth Solutions (GeHSAP) is a for-profit social enterprise that has developed and implemented an innovative integrated Patient + Healthcare Provider Administration System targeting countries in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, and Asia. It is a scalable, innovative, and cost-efficient healthcare management system that improves access to quality healthcare, empowers patients, and reduces costs for healthcare providers.

GeHSAP is a management information system that offers modular solutions for complete in/out-patient care, pharmacy services, test lab management and remote telemedicine to underserved communities worldwide. Our strategic and investment partner AddOne, also a SAP Development Partner and also has decades of experience working in the public health and Information and Communication sectors and spent years designing this fully-operational Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and healthcare administration system.

Our eHealth solution is built on the SAP Business One and its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) tools. It allows for a seamless end-to-end solution to control and monitor a patient’s medical record, covering admission and hospitalization, laboratory tests, X-rays, scans, human resources, costing, relationships with insurance providers, etc.

Our strategic partner is a SAP Business One Software Solution Partner (SSP). We are able to offer our eHealth solutions through the SAP Partner channels that work in most countries in the world, thus assuring support, implementation and training services.

The Mission

To make the provision of patient-centered health care more efficient, cost-effective, sustainable, scalable, and accessible using innovative Information and Communication Technologies that will help hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, and health workers raise their services to world class standards.

Target Markets and Clients

Our target markets are in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia include:

  • Small to medium-sized hospitals
  • Health clinics and national networks
  • Local, county, regional and national governments
  • Health practitioners
  • Refugee camps
  • Insurance companies
  • International development agency health providers
  • Disaster relief agencies
  • Medical tourism services
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