The Donation & Transplantation Institute – DTI Foundation was recently awarded at TIP Summit 2020, a summit that took place in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, as a result of its technological partnership with JamHUB Solutions. According to Tecnológica, a company in our community, DTI competed with one of the event management software modules associated with JamHUB Solutions’ solid organ transplantation, TransplantHUB.
DTI is a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase organ donation worldwide, and which recognized JamHUB Solutions as the technological partner to achieve this goal. Its Transplant Procurement Management (TPM®) course, an educational program, has since 1991 trained more than 10,000 health professionals from 100 countries.
JamHUB Solutions – DTI was one of five winners in the Big Data category.
TransplantHUB, developed by JamHUB Solutions, was created with the aim of providing healthcare institutions with an integrated environment to manage all events associated with the transplantation of a solid organ.
To this end, it integrates donation and transplant workflows in a single application, providing medical teams with all the information they need for their medical decisions, while ensuring coordination of all medical staff and simplifying communication between doctors and patients.
The tool also has Artificial Intelligence, namely NLP (Natural Language Processing) and ML (Machine Learning) to facilitate the medical team’s decision-making process.
The innovative character and solidity of the project guaranteed the approval of an internationalization project, financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
About TIP Summit
The TIP Summit 2020, held within the scope of the TIP – Technology Innovation Program, brought together, last February, leaders and entrepreneurs from Health, Environment, Technology, Investment and governments, for a discussion on trends, challenges and possible solutions for these areas.
In all, four thousand companies from around the world competed for the awards in three categories: Health, Energy and Environment. In the Health category, challenges were launched in three areas: the use of Big Data, childhood obesity and technology to support people with disabilities.
100 finalists were selected to exhibit and present their solutions to government officials in the United Arab Emirates. The five winners in each category were identified as the best projects in the world in 2020, and supported to scale their solutions globally – focused on problems that are relevant to society and that will positively impact millions of people.