Collaboration: Qure.ai and India Health Fund

Leveraging AI and
deep learning to make
healthcare affordable and accessible
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1,00,000+

Individuals Screened

130+

Health Facilities

20

States

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About IHF Partnership

Qure.ai’s partnership with India Health Fund (IHF) has been instrumental in driving innovation in tuberculosis (TB) screening.  
Securing the IHF grant in December 2019 marked the beginning of a transformative four-year journey (January 2020 - December 2023). Our collaborative efforts have focused on pioneering a point-of-care system capable of digitizing analog Chest X-ray films, alongside scaling up qXR, our advanced digital solution for TB screening.  
This trailblazing project aspires to revolutionize TB screening workflows digitally and equip healthcare professionals with a mobile application, redefining TB detection methods. Furthermore, our joint endeavour includes dedicated support for paediatric TB interpretation in the crucial age bracket of 6-15 years.  
This partnership embodies our commitment to advancing healthcare technology and making impactful strides in TB screening for communities across India.​ 

Feb

2020

Project kick off

Sep

2020

First version of qTrack ready for deployment

Dec

2020

Pilot deployment live at first site & started processing scans

Jan

2021

Rolled out global health prize 2021 - Onboarded KHPT as partner from this initiative

Dec

2021

Completed 5000 scans with 5 partners onboarded

Jan

2023

Completed 50000 scans with 65+ sites onboarded

May

2023

Prospective study started with Piramal Group

June

2023

Collaboration with NHM & STO Punjab

July

2023

70,000 individuals screened

July

2023

Collaboration with Ashakalp Healthcare Association

Oct

2023

85,000 individuals screened

Nov

2023

Submitted external study comparing performance of qXR analog and digital solution for publishing

Dec

2023

Screened 1,00,000 individuals using qXR for TB

"Qure is a wonderful app which is the need of the hour." – Dr. Indrani Vokuda, DTO Bellary  
Situated in Karnataka, Bellary, a district heavily burdened by tuberculosis (TB) and marked by its mining industry, faces heightened lung disease risk from miners and locals exposed to hazardous substances. 
Watch this video where Bellary's District TB Officer, Dr. Indrani Vokuda, emphasizes the urgency of accelerating TB detection with AI technology. Backed by IHF, Qure.ai's qTrack app empowers regional healthcare workers to identify TB faster, enabling same-day treatment initiation for patients. 
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“Being the only other doctor in a smalltown in UP, qXR and qTrack are of great help in identifying even asymptomatic patients in this TB burdened community. The solution is fast and convenient as the interface is very intuitive. We have also leveraged the automatic report feature of qTrack to provide X-ray reports to all patients. Qure.ai has been great for us!” 

Dr. Madhurita Singh

Harriet Benson Memorial Hospital

Revolutionizing TB Care in Nagaland

Mon, one of Nagaland's most remote districts, faces the state's third highest TB incidence. qXR, Qure's AI-powered algorithm, is revolutionizing TB detection in Mon, hastening diagnosis and treatment. Discover the transformative impact on the region's TB Program through our collaboration with IHF in this insightful case study.
Read the Case Study
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