Evidence of Impact
Below you will find a list of resources where you can learn more about GxAlert technology and how it's having a disruptive impact on TB programs worldwide.
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February 2018: SystemOne White Paper "Cost Benefits of Diagnostic Connectivity"
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Research & Publications
August 2019 | Journal of Clinical Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacterial Diseases:
Feasibility of a short message service (SMS) intervention to deliver tuberculosis testing results in peri-urban and rural Uganda
December 2018 | African Journal of Laboratory Medicine:
The Role of Connected Diagnostics in Strengthening Regional, National and Continental African Disease Surveillance
September 2018 | Technical Brief from MSH, USAID, IRD and ChallengeTB:
GxAlert for Real-time Management and Strengthening of Remote GeneXpert Network in Bangladesh
July 2018 | Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics:
Racing for results: lessons learnt in improving the efficiency of HIV viral load and early infant diagnosis result delivery from laboratory to clinic.
April 2018 | Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics: The impact of digital technologies on point of care diagnostics in resource limited settings.
March 2018 | International Union Against TB & Lung Disease: Unsuccessful Xpert® MTB/RIF results: the Nigerian experience
February 2018 | BMC Research Notes:
Assessment of GeneXpert GxAlert platform for multi-drug resistant tuberculosis diagnosis and patients’ linkage to care in Tanzania
2016 | Masters Thesis: Effects of GeneXpert MTB/RIF Testing and GxAlert eHealth Platforms on MDR-TB Diagnosis and Linkage to Care in Sofala Province, Mozambique
October 2016 Remote monitoring of Xpert MTB/RIF testing in Mozambique: results of programmatic implementation of GxAlert
July 2016 | ERJ Express Development, roll-out and impact of Xpert MTB/RIF for tuberculosis: what lessons have we learnt and how can we do better?
March 2016 | The Union Connectivity of diagnostic technologies: improving surveillance and accelerating tuberculosis elimination.
2016: GLI Quick Guide to TB Diagnostics Connectivity Solutions
2015 Implementing rapid testing for tuberculosis in Mozambique
September 2014 | Moses Joloba Introduction of GxAlert in Uganda
July 2017 | AIDSFree Webinar:SystemOne -Supporting EID & VL Scale Up
July 2017 | USAID: History of Use of GxAlert in Nigeria
December 2016 | ASLM: Importance of Quality Systems and Connectivity
December 2016 | ASLM:Connectivity Needs for Improved Patient Care
December 2015 | Union Conference: GxAlert SMS Improves Patient Enrollment
July 2016 | Cracking the Nut Health Conference: Cost Effective Technology for TB
October 2016 | Union Conference: On the ground experiences and challenges of connected diagnostics GxAlert
April 2013 | GLI Partners Meeting: Faster Response to MDR-TB Through GxAlert
March 2018 | CROI: Reducing Time for HIV Viral Load Result Delivery to Antiretroviral Treatment Facilities in Malawi.
December 2016 | ASLM: Staying in Control of Lab Data in a World of Connected Diagnostics
December 2016 | ASLM:Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Through Connected Diagnostics
December 2016 | ASLM: Using Connected Diagnostics to Implement the New WHO Shorter MDR Treatment Regimen
October 2016 Cost Effective Technology (GxAlert) Improves Drug-Resistance TB Response in Nigeria
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