Our Global Health InitiativeJoin us in creating a global knowledge platform.

The future of healthcare is strongly driven by digital transformation

So how do we sustain, improve, and shape public health in this challenging global environment?

At Smart Reporting, we believe digitization is capable of delivering more value to healthcare systems around the world and providing good health to those who need it most.

Over half of the worlds population has no access to basic radiology services

Imaging has become an important component in diagnostic decision-making across virtually every subspeciality of both medicine and surgery. As such, most medical imaging and radiology services.

In fact, many experts even critisize the overuse of such imaging services. However, according to the WHO, over half of the world's population has no access to basic radiology services. For instance, only 41% of first-level hospitals studied in Nigeria and 63% of hospitals studied in Botswana had a radiograph machine.

Only 41% of first-level hospitals studied in Nigeria

and 63% of hopsitals studied in Botswana had a radiograph machine

In fact, many experts even critisize the overuse of such imaging services. However, according to the WHO, over half of the world's population has no access to basic radiology services. For instance, only 41% of first-level hospitals studied in Nigeria and 63% of hospitals studied in Botswana had a radiograph machine.

Around 3-4 billion people are already at risk

for diseases that could be treated or avoided if radiology was available

CXT is the most commonly performed examination in radiology and is often used to screen and follow-up many of the so-called “diseases of poverty,” such as tuberculosis and pneumonia. This template incorporates the latest clinical guidelines and an extensive knowledge base, which is constantly updated and maintained by experts in the field. The knowledge platform is available to all health care professionals and enhances the completeness, accuracy, and efficiency of clinical workflows. In particular, our project aims to improve the diagnosis and monitoring of both communicable and non-communicable diseases.


  • Globale Health Initiative Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    Increase public acceptance of health and radiology examinations

    The multilingual reports empower the local population to understand the findings and thus increase the trust in health services.

  • Globale Health Initiative Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    Create a sustainable impact and monitor our objectives

    By working with local authorities, stakeholders, and MDs, we’re initiating a project that has long-term implications for those who really need it. The impact of our initiative will be constantly monitored.

  • Globale Health Initiative Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    The vast supply of real-time data provided by our software enables radiologists to create data needed to build, maintain and monitor public healthcare campaigns.

  • Globale Health Initiative Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    Fight poverty-related diseases

    Diseases of poverty such as tuberculosis and pneumonia have a dramatic impact on public health. Our radiology data adds sensitivity and specificity to public health assessments and disease surveillance.

  • Globale Health Initiative Enable radiologists to participate in public health

    Decrease the costs of radiology examinations

    Since our software accelerates the clinical workflow and only requires Internet access, it can support any country regardless of infrastructure. This significantly reduces the cost of radiology examinations and related campaigns.

Our Focus

Bridging the gap between radiology and public health

At Smart Reporting we believe that radiology is a crucial point for addressing health disparties.

Therefore, we aim to bridge the gap between radiology and public health. With our cloud-based decision support tool, structured reports become a large, dynamic reservoire of machine-readable data that can be sorted, retrieved, analyzed and integrated with other patient databases.

Strengthen and improve local health care systems

by using existing resources through AI and structured reporting

The second cornerstone is to strengthen and improve health cares systems by enhancing existing resources such as imaging equipement as well as health care personnel. Our ambition is to improve the diagnostic performance of infectious diseases and the collection of real-time data through AI and structured reporting

Radiology can and should play an important role

to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations

We believe that radiology can should play an important role in addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations to ensure heathl and well-being for all.

How Our Project Improves Health Care on a Global Scale

Together with key opinion leaders, medical experts, local universities and physicians, we are developing a multilingual AI-supported chest X-ray template (CXR).

CXT is the most commonly performed examination in radiology and is often used to screen and follow-up many of the so-called “diseases of poverty,” such as tuberculosis and pneumonia. This template incorporates the latest clinical guidelines and an extensive knowledge base, which is constantly updated and maintained by experts in the field. The knowledge platform is available to all health care professionals and enhances the completeness, accuracy, and efficiency of clinical workflows. In particular, our project aims to improve the diagnosis and monitoring of both communicable and non-communicable diseases.