About Us

Transforming healthcare.

We are a group of professionals with a strong desire to transform healthcare using cloud enabled e-health solutions.

In partnering with Microsoft and IOT Solutions, we have developed a cloud-based program that captures patients’ biometric information and triages them automatically. Our intelligent programming takes common measurements and combines the results to deliver a computed risk-analysis of the most common diseases out there. The result is better, more cost-effective healthcare that provides analytics around efficiencies and productivity, and keeps customers engaged with improving their own health scores through curated advice.

  • An affordable digital primary healthcare tool for both private and public sectors.
  • Conceptualised and developed in South Africa.
  • A comprehensive occupational health tool in the mining sector.
  • Intelliscreen is an empowered proudly South African company with globally enabled partners.

Re-engineering, Health Access for the Entire Population

in an affordable and scalable way, using cloud-based technology to capture, store and automatically triage patient profiles.

In the Cloud

Cloud-based and accessible patient profiles

Best Practice

Using existing guidelines to assess patient health and capture information


Automated decision making and triaging of clients


Empowering nursing staff to make informed decisions remotely


Patients can co-share their health records

Save Money

Better, more cost-effective healthcare

Board of Directors

Raymond Campbell

Raymond is a co-founder of Phulukisa. He qualified as a medical doctor in 1999 and as a urology consultant in 2007. More recently he was selected by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella as one of his top 10 global innovators.

Oliver Petersen CA(SA)

Oliver is a co-founder of Phulukisa, as a qualified chartered accountant he’s had various executive roles in investment, Corporate Finance and Private Equity which is strengthened by an EVCA Certificate in Institutional Private Equity Investing through the Saïd Business School – University of Oxford.

Warren Hero

Previously the Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft South Africa, is currently engaged at Webber Wentzel as their Chief Innovation Officer tasked with digital transformation of the organization. Warren was the first of two global Fellows with the International Council for Information Technology in Government Administration (ICA).