Our mission is to provide expertise and counsel rather than resources, to encourage the formation of joint teams with client staff to take a project from inception to implementation. Through this philosophy we provide identifiable business benefits in the most economical manner.
GHMIGROUP Inc. partners with national public health organizations, academic institutions, government agencies and public and private informatics solution companies to further our collective interest in public health informatics.
Our partnerships support directly our mission to provide expertise and counsel rather than resources, to encourage staff to take a project from inception to implementation. Through this process, we provide identifiable business benefits in the most economical manner.
Cleveland Diagnostics (CDx) entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with GHMIGROUP to market new prostate cancer tests based on Cleveland Diagnostics’ IsoPSA™ reagents and technology in Africa and the Islands of Caribbean and Philippines. The goal is to reduce unnecessary biopsies and optimize healthcare spending for the millions screened men who receive a PSA score between 2 and 10 each year in Africa, Islands of Caribbean and Philippines. Cleveland Diagnostics is developing technology that focuses on protein biomarker structural changes that correlate with the presence of a disease. The company’s portfolio of non-invasive cancer diagnostic tests includes blood-based tests to screen for prostate, breast and ovarian cancer. Using Cleveland Diagnostics’ proprietary solvent interaction analysis (SIA) technology platform, the IsoPSA assay can be integrated into the workflow of any urology laboratory practice to distinguish cancer-related PSA isoforms from benign isoforms to detect prostate cancer more precisely than standard PSA testing alone.
GHMIGROUP employs the services of degreed public health practitioners and epidemiologists who have years of experience internationally and locally working in academia, state as well as large city and small rural health departments. GHMIGROUP epidemiologists have designed electronic disease surveillance systems, directed communicable disease offices, managed Centers for Disease Control, National Institute of Health, Department of Homeland Security grant sections for their respective health departments, managed disease outbreak investigations and are also uniquely qualified as public health informaticists and business analysts.