Invoq Health advisor and pilot project partner, Dr. Dinesh Pendharkar, spoke at the 2017 UNESCO-MERCK Africa Research Summit held in Mauritius on November 28-29. His talk titled "How to tackle cancer's burden through international cooperation", shared his experiences as an internationally renowned oncology and chair-elect of ASCO's international affairs committee. Invoq Health is excited to have a strong partner and advisor in Dr. Pendharkar, and are looking forward to continuing to scale his innovative cancer delivery model.
The Invoq Health team was chosen to represent the United States at the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in the Health & Life Sciences track. It was a great chance to connect with global healthcare experts, advisors, foundations, and investors.
CEO and co-founder, Mayank Kale, featured in an interview on the Illinois Innovator's podcast from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
"Mayank Kale, is building the startup Invoq Health to develop a new way to deploy high- tech data collection, retention and analysis solutions intuitively in low tech environments - enabling the adoption of important population and health management applications in under served markets of India and Africa.
"Each week, staff writer Paul Wood spotlights a high-tech difference-maker. This week, meet Mayank Kale, 21, a senior in computer science at the University of Illinois and founder of Invoq Health. Already in use in India and Sierra Leone, Invoq Health provides rural patients instant access to quality health care providers and gathers real-world evidence from improved care delivery."