THE NYAGI APPROACH

Accelerated Skills Development

Our mission is simple: To Save Lives with Ultrasound…Together…Today!

NYAGI quickly brings ultrasound “off-the-road.” NYAGI’s accelerated 1 - 2 approach combines: 1.) “Hands-on the probe” ultrasound scanning assisted by the NYAGI team and 2.) 7D Imaging’s tablet-based “experts in a box” NAV™ software, essential for ongoing skills development. This 1 -2 learning system rapidly empowers healthcare workers with confidence to identify life-threatening medical conditions in remote, resource-limited areas.

 
Haiti Team 3 wraps a week of intensive, hands-on training in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Haiti Team 3 wraps a week of intensive, hands-on training in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Learning Ultrasound

Ultrasound has traditionally been difficult to learn. The steep learning curve has been one of the main barriers for implementing ultrasound technology, especially in resource-limited areas around the world. NYAGI’s approach changes that through its unique learning system combining experienced sonographers and intensive, hands-on learning with ongoing access to 7D Imaging’s just-in-time, near-action NAV™ educational software.

 
During the hands-on NYAGI training week, International OB/GYN and expert sonographer, Alicia Martin-Hirsel, shows how to use the NAV™ software in preparation for scanning the next patient.

During the hands-on NYAGI training week, International OB/GYN and expert sonographer, Alicia Martin-Hirsel, shows how to use the NAV™ software in preparation for scanning the next patient.

After returning to her rural clinic in Haiti, Dr. Darline Molin Dol, Medical Director of the Project Medishare Centre de Santé/Maternite de Lahoye shares her newly acquired ultrasound knowledge with her nurses, showing them how to use the NAV™ software as a resource for independent-learning.

After returning to her rural clinic in Haiti, Dr. Darline Molin Dol, Medical Director of the Project Medishare Centre de Santé/Maternite de Lahoye shares her newly acquired ultrasound knowledge with her nurses, showing them how to use the NAV™ software as a resource for independent-learning.