SanteSuite Inc. is a social benefits corporation (B Corp status pending) which believes in a “quadruple bottom line” (Purpose, People, Planet, Profit) philosophy. Although we fully agree that sound management of financial resources is important, our Purpose, People and the Planet will always come before financial Profits.
The Japanese have a concept called “Ikigai” which translates to “a reason for being”. SSI was founded with a clear reason for being, which is to enable the best health for all citizens of the world using digital technologies. Crafting high impact, affordable digital health solutions is what we love, it is what we are good at and it is what the world needs..
The mission of SanteSuite Inc. can be summed up as “Best Health for All”, regardless of gender, race, religion, political belief, geography, economic or social condition. SanteSuite core values are Accountability, Caring, Commitment, Compassion, Continuous Improvement, Courage, Diversity, Excellence, Integrity, Passion, Quality, Respect & Trust
SanteSuite Incorporated borrows the word santé from Old French, which when translated to English means “Health”. The origin of the word santé comes from very early Old French “sanitad”, from Latin sānitātem/sānitās (genitive sānitātis); which means “health as in soundness of body & sanity as in soundness of mind”.
Our logo is a variation of the Tabono Oars. Tabono means “oar” or “paddle” in the Adinkra language of Western Africa. It is a symbol of unity of purpose, strength, confidence and hard work to reach a destination or goal.
Building powerful enterprise digital health solutions for infrastructure, primary care, and administrators.
SanteSuite Inc. (SSI) is one of the world’s most experienced teams in global digital health systems research, development and implementation around the globe.
Our team has led national-scale digital health system deployments in Canada, Jordan, Tanzania, and Southeast Asia.
We have enabled tens of millions of patients to be cared for through leveraging digital solutions.
SanteSuite Immunization Management System (IMS) is a highly scalable, modern platform for managing mass immunizations at state, province or country scale. It is interoperable with nearly a dozen global data exchange standards and currently provides coverage to nearly 100M patients around the world.
Sante Master Patient Index (MPI) is a robust national scale patient matching solution with robust privacy and security controls and probabalistic matching. MPI technology enables linking of patient records from distributed systems into a single virtual patient record and is the cornerstone of regional health records architectures.
SanteSuite provides a robust, flexible, clinical data repository (CDR) and concept dictionary management solution that is standards compliant and interoperable with several global health information standards such as HL7 FHIR.
SanteEMR provides a flexible primary care electronic medical records system designed for environments with little or no reliable network connectivity. SanteEMR can operate in disconnected mode for months at a time.
We’ve crafted an awesome toolkit of software solutions based around the SanteDB Clinical Data Repository.
"Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance paid a visit to the Ngorongoro region of Tanzania to see first-hand the electronic immunization registry introduced by the government, with support from the BID Initiative."Read More
"The BID Initiative Story highlights the value of collaborative, country-driven planning; local leadership and ownership; user-centered design; and continuous learning and adaptation when developing and deploying innovations."Read More
"The BID Initiative takes a holistic approach to address immunization data challenges and strengthen evidenced-based decisions through a package of interventions including people, products, policies, and practices."Read More
"Mott MacDonald conducted an independent evaluation of the BID Initiative with the aim of verifying and explaining results and identifying lessons learnt. This report presents a synthesis of findings from successive milestone evaluations."Read More
"I remember back when I took [my children] to the immunization clinic, nurses would struggle and spend a lot of time searching for my child’s name and details, and updating the records of interventions my child has received across several forms. It is a tedious process for both the mother and the nurses. I had always asked myself isn’t there a better and more efficient way to do this..."Read More