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Our members are clinicians, researchers, administrators, engineers, policymakers, and others passionate about improving health care delivery around the world.


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These discussions are very helpful, especially in opening the minds of people on which models work and which don't, which models are sustainable and which aren't. By exchanging knowledge and information on GHDonline, we can get the best models.

Manzi Anatole, MPH, Rwanda

Public Communities We provide a platform of online communities for health care professionals to connect and discuss challenges in care delivery. Our communities are led by experts in their respective fields. Learn more.

Expert Panels We host week-long, moderated online discussions around key issues in the health care delivery. Expert Panels focus on timely topics and highlight innovative approaches from diverse settings. Learn more.

January 26 - 30 | Diagnostic Error Reduction

Delays in diagnosis prevent patients from receiving the correct treatment in the timeframe that would result in the best health outcomes. Diagnostic errors can be fatal, and often involve common medical conditions. In this virtual Expert Panel, panelists shared their research about diagnostic errors in a range of settings. Learn more.


In an era of increasing rates of drug resistant tuberculosis and lack of fully effective medicines, the role of surgery in management of tuberculosis is being revisited. In 2012-2013, WHO Regional Office for Europe hosted an international Task Force who developed an expert opinion paper based on the available evidence. In order to discuss further and exchange opinion, GHDonline welcomed a panel of experts. Learn more.

We've hosted more than 50 different Expert Panels highlighting key issues experienced in the field. Learn more.


The focus on developing health literacy initiatives is crucial in improving health care delivery, but enhancing patient knowledge must lead to engagement and action in order to improve health outcomes. In this virtual Expert Panel, panelists shared their experiences using these and other methods of measuring the effectiveness of health literacy in enabling patient self-care and navigation of the health care system. Learn more.


The improvement of care coordination and preventative care in ambulatory settings has the potential to decrease usage of acute care resources and overall patient visits, improving patient outcomes, and decreasing health care costs nationwide. In this virtual Expert Panel, panelists shared their experiences designing and implementing quality improvement programs in ambulatory care settings. Learn more.