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Nigeria’s LifeBank Partners To Deliver Artificial Intelligence-Driven Care

Summary: LifeBank has partnered with to improve the quality of care for patients in Africa’s healthcare industry. Using’s AI and Machine Learning platform, LifeBank will be able to improve their medical supplies offering and drive the adoption of data-driven inventory management for its partner hospitals, ultimately ensuring that healthcare facilities have the necessary medical supplies to provide the best care to their patients.


LifeBank, a Lagos-headquartered health technology startup, has announced a partnership with, an artificial intelligence and machine learning company. Its goal is to make healthcare better in Africa by having a flexible supply chain.


With so much data being collected every day, it’s important to use technology like AI and machine learning to help doctors can provide better and more personalized care to their patients.


In a brand press post shared by TechPoint Africa, the company said:


“With the widespread adoption and use of data in everyday life, billions of data points are being collected daily that can efficiently improve the quality and accuracy of healthcare provided by medical practitioners to their patients. Crucial to mining these data points and providing actionable insights are the rapidly-growing technology frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.”

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While the possibilities are infinite and the healthcare startup cannot even list them all, it believes that infusing the tech into everyday medical routines will make for more efficient and data-driven care across the healthcare industry.


By partnering with, LifeBank can use their blockchain and data science technology together with the Barcelona-based company’s platform.


It has already devised how the technology will improve its Nerve app, which helps hospitals get the medical supplies they need. One application is data analysis, which will allow the software assist hospitals make better decisions about medical supplies management.


Temie Giwa-Tubosun, founder of LifeBank
Temie Giwa-Tubosun, founder of LifeBank. Image Source: TechCabal.


The partnership between LifeBank and is a big step forward for healthcare in Africa. By using AI and machine learning, it can make sure that healthcare facilities have what they need to take care of their patients.


Lifebank is a beneficiary of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, the ACT Foundation, and MSD for Mothers. It has already moved 250,000 products across 13 African cities since it began operating in 2016.


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