Startup Profile: Efferent — access human-based healthcare solutions

by | Aug 28, 2017

Ezinne Anyanwu’s passion for technology in health care led her to found Efferent, a health IT firm which focuses on deploying human based technologies.

According to Ezinne, the startup is exclusively focused on serving the healthcare industry as a whole by providing with end-to-end solutions. These solutions, as said by the founder, are powered by healthcare professionals with extensive clinical and operational experience, who are capable of resolving relating challenges faced in the field.

Efferent website

Efferent Homepage

Ezinne stressed that their drive for technology, understanding of the healthcare industry and deep domain expertise makes them extremely valuable to their client.  As such they are able to develop simple and easy-to-use solutions.

We are social entrepreneurs with a passion for technology in healthcare and proven cost effective cutting-edge solutions that create sustainable value for our clients without sacrificing quality. We believe that building healthy ecosystems through our various human-centered technology solutions is the key to unlocking value in healthcare.We achieve all these through our efferentMANAGE, efferentLEARN, efferentCORE, and efferentSUPPORT portfolios.

The health startup, Efferent Services Limited, began operations on  October 7, 2015.  If you play in the health sector, do visit the website to learn more about their services.

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