PHOTO BY JAMES KETSDEVER
In resource poor settings, where electricity is uncertain, climate control difficult, and access to diagnostic technologies limited, physicians rely upon the most basic tools to diagnose disease

In areas where resources are limited

PHOTO BY RICK SCAVETTA, U.S. ARMY AFRICA
Providing local health practitioners in developing countries with access to diagnostic technologies that have become the standard of care in the Western world can transform the way patients with diseases such as tuberculosis and AIDS are diagnosed and treated.

It's all about access

J-P. BONN (BBT PARTNERS, PARIS, FRANCE)
In may areas of the world, some of the most treatable diseases and conditions remain health burdens die to a lack of appropriate or available diagnostics
Diagnostics can make a difference

The Catalysis Foundation for Health aims to establish diagnostics as an imperative for healthcare in the developing world.

About the Foundation

The Catalysis Foundation for Health, founded in 2007, is dedicated to facilitating the efficient discovery, development, manufacture and distribution of modern diagnostic tests to address life-threatening infectious diseases and chronic conditions that are endemic in the developing world.

Building on the extensive industry and global health experience of its Founders and operating through coalitions of public-private partners, Catalysis hopes to alleviate the healthcare gaps caused by lack of access to diagnostic technologies in low resource settings.

Support Our Cause

We believe diagnostics can make a meaningful difference in the lives of patients and others at risk of serious infectious and chronic diseases in the developing world. Our goal is to elevate diagnostic solutions as an imperative to addressing critical healthcare challenges, such as Tuberculosis, in these regions.