SystemOne Launches Russian and Kiswahili Versions of GxAlert®
Connectivity platform now available in 32 countries and 6 languages
Springfield, MA - September 21, 2016 -- SystemOne, a connected health company developing data-driven healthcare solutions, today announced that its real-time data reporting system, GxAlert®, is now available in six languages, including just-released Kiswahili and Russian. GxAlert was originally installed in labs using Cepheid GeneXpert® devices, where real-time diagnostic information, cartridge inventory management and warranty compliance are critical issues, but is now available for lab- and point-of-care devices and genetic, blood, and immunoassay tests diagnosing Zika, HIV, TB, Ebola, HCV, and other diseases and most major manufacturers (Abbott, Alere, BD, Roche, etc.).
The Kiswahili version of GxAlert enables a more user-friendly experience for clinicians, lab workers, ministries of health and donors in East Africa and should improve the user experience for those native speakers in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and more.
The Russian version serves GxAlert users and prospective users in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.
SystemOne’s GxAlert has been used by diagnostic laboratories in 32 countries for devices focused on multiple diseases, including Malaria, HIV, TB and Ebola. The software has been deployed at national scale in countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. SystemOne’s medical Internet-of-things (IoT) dashboards help Ministries of Health and donors manage programmatic implementation of lab- and health systems strengthening. SystemOne’s messaging and alert module also sends over 30,000 SMS and email messages each month, alerting clinical and administrative staff about disease incidence, device malfunctions or other conditions.
Founded in Massachusetts in 2012, SystemOne focuses on producing game-changing data-based solutions for connected diagnostic devices. The company’s first target has been TB, a treatable disease that infects 8 million people per year and kills 2 million. SystemOne’s flagship product, GxAlert, is a medical device software that collects and shares data that:
- alerts health officials when deadly drug resistant TB is detected,
- reduces time to treatment by getting patients enrolled earlier,
- saves health systems hundreds of thousands of dollars in inventory waste, and
- provides real-time and complete disease surveillance monitoring capabilities.
The company is currently implementing its connectivity software in instruments diagnosing diseases that include Zika, Ebola, HIV EID and Viral Load, Malaria, Hepatitis C and more.