We support initiatives that aim to improve healthcare and patient and clinician safety through certifications, education, training, and standards.

Global Health

Maternal-Fetal Health is one of our main areas of focus.

Through our Ultrasound Proficiency Grand Challenge, we will focus to provide access to ultrasound education, training, and certification in low resource environments.

Program Goals

By 2030, every user of medical ultrasound around the world will be proficient and certified, ensuring patient safety and increasing equity in healthcare.
This program supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #3: To ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.

We support the health of women and newborns.


Practitioner Well-being

End pain from work-related musculoskeletal disorders.

Stop ultrasound professionals from getting injured on-the-job.

Program Goals

Many sonographers, physicians, and other medical professionals perform ultrasound scans in pain from work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSD). This limits their ability to live fruitful lives and care for patients. This alliance of leading ultrasound organizations is working to end WRMSDs.


Scholarships

Increasing access to education and training

Expand the knowledge and learning about point-of-care ultrasound to medical professionals from under-represented areas so they may bring an elevated level of care to their patients.

Program Goals

The Inteleos Foundation is thrilled to offer scholarships to the 2022 POCUS World Global Conference, September 16-17, 2022.

In 2021

The Inteleos Foundation is proud to have provided scholarships to ten POCUS practitioners from around the world: South Africa, Botswana, Palestine-Gaza, United Kingdom, Tanzania, Malawi, South Sudan, Yemen, Myanmar, and Nigeria to attend the POCUS World Global virtual conference.


Research

Research to support provider and patient safety through Medical Imaging

Program Goals

The Inteleos Foundation actively supports the mission driven work of its founding organization, Inteleos, and the non-profit family of certification Councils that include ARDMS, APCA and the Point of Care Ultrasound Certification Academy. Together, these Councils represent more than 120,000 medical professionals worldwide and create the global standards of excellence in healthcare.

How can you help?

Your generosity makes a difference by helping medical professionals improve their practice and treat their patients.

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