Tech Care For All Signs Agreement With Kenya Medical Association

Tech Care For All signs agreement with Kenya Medical Association (KMA) to support continuous medical education in the region using digital technologies.

Tech Care for All (TC4A) and Kenya Medical Association (KMA) have signed a collaboration to enhance the use of digital technologies in the field of e-learning in health targeted at various health professionals in Kenya and the region.

KMA is a national association of doctors and dentists and is mandated by its members to promote the quality practice of medicine in Kenya. It holds a strategic position in health sector policy by being in membership of national decision-making boards for the practice of medicine and the protection of patients in Kenya. KMA is also using its national professional reach to be the only sector player where professionals can bring their input for personnel matters.

Tech Care for All (TC4A), is a global digital health social impact company with Kenya headquarters in Nairobi, and has deep expertise in health technology and health service delivery, along with advisory prowess to help organizations successfully execute complex transformations.

Through the partnership, KMA and TC4A will work with various national and international partners including pharmaceuticals, medical device, governments, NGO’s amongst other interested in dissemination of much needed medical knowledge amongst health professionals in the region. TC4A will avail its flagship technology known as Medical Learning Hub which is one of the world’s leading market place for face to face and remote medical trainings is. Our partnership will allow recording and live broadcast of CME’s across the country as well as conversion into e-learning material for self-paced remote e-learning.

With this partnership, we believe we will be a step closer in improving the health outcomes in Africa through partnering with local indigenous institutions.