Médecins Sans Frontières
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders’ (MSF) is an international emergency medical humanitarian organization that supports people affected by disaster, disease, conflict, and exclusion. Founded in 1971, MSF has grown to an international movement of around 63,000 people in over 70 countries.
MSF clinicians often rely heavily on smartphones to share critical patient information with coordination teams, peers, and remote specialists.
Following an in-depth review process of messaging apps, MSF selected Celo Health for its ease of use, global compliance, affordability, and reliability in challenging network environments.
The implementation of Celo's innovative secure messaging technology will empower the way MSF teams communicate, ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of clinical information and enable rapid clinical decision-making that can save lives.
Celo has been rolled out throughout Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF) healthcare operations in 87 countries.
"Due to the sensitive nature of information discussed and shared in MSF projects globally, providing secure messaging services is a top priority for the Telemedicine program. We look forward to working with Celo to improve access to secure messaging for MSF projects worldwide."
-Clara Mazon, Director of Telemedicine at MSF