The United States of America (USA) is the world's third-largest country by total area and population (over 328 million people). The national capital is Washington, D.C. Health-care coverage in the United States is a combination of public and private efforts and is not universal. There are 7,000+ inpatient clinics and 40,000+ outpatient clinics, 1,000,000+ professionally active physicians in the country.
We currently partner with 26 clinical sites in 3 states. Our US headquarters is strategically located in the heart of the world's largest medical center Texas Medical in Houston, TX. Another office is placed at the BioInnovation Center in New Orleans, LA. Our growing US team currently consists of 7 members.
Hungary is a country in Central Europe and a member of the European Union with a population of approximately 10 million inhabitants. Hungary's capital and largest city is Budapest.
Hungary has a centralized healthcare system with most hospitals now falling under one authority (the National Health Care Centre). A unique patient identifier (social insurance number) makes it possible to trace a patient's history back across all care types (primary care, outpatient and inpatient specialist care, prescriptions, etc.), facilitating the execution of real-world-evidence longitudinal studies.
We currently partner with 7 Hungarian clinical sites in 6 different counties. Our growing Hungarian team is located in Budapest and consists of 2 members.
Moldova is a country in Eastern Europe, bordered by Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east, and south. The capital city is Chișinău and the country has a population of 3.5 million people. Moldova has a universal health care system. Health reforms began in 2004 with the introduction of a mandatory health insurance system. Since then, many hospitals have been equipped with ultra-modern equipment, and new surgical suites and general medical departments have been established in Chișinău.
In 2018, there were 14 Republican hospitals, mainly in Chișinău, providing specialized tertiary care and 7,995 beds. There are 10 general hospitals at the regional level providing tertiary care, 13 district hospitals providing secondary care and 11 municipal hospitals.
We currently partner with 2 clinical sites with a focus on neurological disease projects. The growing list of partners in Moldova is managed by our office in Romania.
Romania is a Southeastern European country and is a member state of the European Union with a population of 19.3 million. Healthcare coverage in Romania is public, based on social health insurance. The Ministry of Health is responsible for overall governance, while the National Health Insurance House (NHIH) administers and regulates the system.
There are 700+ inpatient clinics and 175,000+ outpatient clinics, with more than 63,000 professionally active physicians in Romania.
We currently partner with 5 clinical sites in Bucharest and 2 counties. Our Romanian office is located in the center of the capital city Bucharest, next to Victoriei Square, and our team consists of 3 members.
Bulgaria is a country located in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, having a population of 7 million people. The country has been a member of the European Union since 2007. Healthcare coverage in Bulgaria is mainly public. There are 300+ inpatient care clinics and 2000+ outpatient care sites with over 25,000+ professionally active physicians.
We currently partner with 7 clinical sites in 4 cities, including 2 university hospitals. Our office is located in the capital city of Bulgaria - Sofia.
Ukraine is Europe’s second-largest country by total area with a population of over 43 million people. Ukrainian healthcare system contains a combination of public and private clinics. There are 1,714 inpatient and 1,254 outpatient clinics, and 186,000 professionally active physicians in the country.
We currently partner with 32 clinical sites in 24 regions. Our main office is located in the center of one of the busiest business areas of Kyiv. Our team of 18 members is thriving and growing every day.
Turkey has a strategic geographical location at the intersection of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
According to the Ministry of Health data, in 2020, there are 2,018 hospitals in Turkey. Twenty of these hospitals are city hospitals, 1,119 are affiliated to the Ministry of Health, 108 are university hospitals, and 771 are private hospitals.
We currently partner with 40 hospitals, 5 laboratories, and more than 100 doctors. Our Turkey office is strategically located in Istanbul and our growing team currently consists of 10 members.
The Republic of India is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country globally by area and second by population. India is a federal union with 28 states and 8 union territories.
The country’s healthcare system is based on a multi-payer universal health care model that combines public and private health insurances and almost entirely tax-funded public hospitals. However, the reliance on public and private healthcare sectors varies significantly between states. Since 2005 it has been estimated that the majority of newly added healthcare capacity comes from or is in partnership with the private sector. In 2019 the numbers of private hospitals were estimated to be 25 778 public and 43 486 private ones, with the public sector encompassing 18% of total outpatient care and 44% of total inpatient care hospitals. Healthcare workers in India are estimated to be 5.76 million people, of which 1,16 million are allopathic doctors.
Georgia is strategically located in Europe and Asia's crossroads. The country's population is almost 4 million people. Healthcare in Georgia is implemented by a universal health care system under which the state finances medical treatment in a mainly privatized system of medical facilities.
There are 414 inpatient and 2509 outpatient clinics with a total of 19000 beds. In these clinics, highly qualified physicians are operating.
Our company is one of the most forward-looking in the country. Presently, we own a partnership with 21 clinical sites in 3 major regions. Our central office is positioned in the center of one of the most dynamic business sectors of Tbilisi. Our team, which contains seven members, is advancing and progressing every day.
Armenia is one of the world's oldest civilizations. The current population of Armenia is almost 3 million people. Armenia has made substantial progress in improving the physical health and social wellbeing of its citizens.
There are 150 inpatient and 504 outpatient clinics, including 12500 beds. In those hospitals, 13150 deeply competent doctors are serving. Our company has recently started its development in Armenia, and we already have a cooperation with three clinics in Yerevan. Our team currently has two proficient members controlled from the main office located in Tbilisi, Georgia. In the nearest future, we are planning an expansion of our team.
Nigeria is the largest black nation in the world. It is also the largest economy and, with a population of over 200 million people, the most populous country in Africa.
The Nigerian healthcare coverage is a combination of the public and private sector with over 30,000 hospitals/clinics.
Although the West African subregion has low participation in biomedical research and precision medicine, Audubon Bioscience has come to close this gap. We currently partner with three clinic sites in two states, and we are continuously increasing our collaborations. with clinics in Nigeria. Our Nigerian office is strategically located in the heart of the country’s capital – Abuja.
Ecuador is a country located in South America, bordered by Colombia to the north, Peru to the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west with a population of 18.1 million. The capital city is Quito, which is also one of the highest capital cities in the world. Ecuador has a universal healthcare system. It is funded by the government and provides treatment to all.
Ecuadorians have three options for medical care access - Public Health System, Social Security System, and Private System. According to Bloomberg’s healthcare efficiency index, Ecuador’s healthcare system is one of the world’s most efficient, despite being a middle-income economy. In 2013, the efficiency ranking of healthcare in Ecuador was pegged at 20th and jumped to 13th a year later- overtaking a few European countries, including Poland, Germany, and Greece. There are 543 hospitals, around 1,000 operating rooms, and more than 22,000 hospital beds.
We currently partner with 3 clinical locations and our operations in Ecuador are currently being managed by our US office.