The incredible potential to improve global health delivery through appropriate use of health information technology (HIT) drives discussion in this community. Members connect to learn about feasibility, planning, and implementation of a broad spectrum of HIT projects, including electronic medical record systems and mobile devices.

Community moderators

Joaquin Blaya, PhD
Brigham And Women's Hospital - BWH
Harvard Medical School
Partners In Health - PIH
ThoughtWorks
ThoughtWorks, Inc.
A/Prof. Terry HANNAN
American Medical Informatics Association - AMIA
Australasian College of Health Informatics - ACHI
Naomi Muinga
KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme

Recent community activity

Launched: WHO M&E for Digital Health Toolkit

Niamh Darcy replied

I have used the MAPS toolkit and found it extremely useful. read more

Updated: 28 Mar, 2017
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Apply Now: 3.3 Million GBP for M4D Innovations in Access to Basic Utilitie

by Joaquin Blaya, PhD

Below is an announcement that could be of interest to some of you. It's from ICTWorks <http://www.ictworks.org/2017/03/20/apply-now-3-3-million-gbp-for-m4d-innovations/> The GSMA M4D Utilities Innovation Fund awards grants to mobile operators, innovators and service providers to trial or scale commercially sustainable solutions that leverage mobile to directly improve access to basic utilities for ... read more

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Updated: 22 Mar, 2017
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Electronic Health record

Teja chandra Gudivada replied

Hi, I need some information as a rural practitioner and with illiterate patients, how do I implement biometric login at the time of registration and I want some note taking option using stylus, these things are very important to me and bahmni does not have these two, they are in ... read more

Updated: 22 Mar, 2017
Recommendation: 1
Replies: 18

Free GHD teaching case study on Project ECHO, a web-based guided practice model

by Amy Madore

GHD’s curriculum development team recently published a new Harvard Business School-style teaching case that may be of interest to some community members. The case, “Project ECHO: Expanding the Capacity of Primary Care Providers to Address Complex Conditions,” traces the inception and growth of Project ECHO, a web-based guided practice model ... read more

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Updated: 21 Mar, 2017
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New community members

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Shabir Lakhi

Affiliated Organizations

University Teaching Hospital

Work Locations

Zambia

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KOJI ABE

Affiliated Organizations

University of Washington

Work Locations

Japan; United States

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Ndella Diakhate

Affiliated Organizations

WHO Africa - AFRO

Work Locations

Senegal