Mar 13, 2015
Feb 12, 2015
Jan 8, 2015
Dec 9, 2014
Mar 1, 2011
This publication is part of a series of reports based on the second Global Observatory on eHealth (GOe) Survey; it presents data on the 114 WHO Member States that participated in the 2009 global survey on eHealth. Intended as a reference to the state of eHealth development in Member States, the publication highlights selected indicators in the form of country profiles.
Oct 1, 2014
Aug 1, 2014
This work builds on the recently published End Consumer Primary Research and aims to inform health and mobile stakeholders about the users of mHealth services in the public sector. The GSMA expects this market knowledge to lead to product design that is more aligned to the needs of users (consumers and health workers), greater adoption and achievement of economies of scale and sustainability, and robust partnershipsbetween public and private sector stakeholders that ultimately reduce the widespread fragmentation of mHealth services in South Africa.
Aug 28, 2014
Applications, DHIS2, eHealth, eHealth architecture, eLMIS, Hardware, iHRIS, Immunization Registry, mHealth, openMRS, Products, SMT (Stock Management Tool), Software, Standards, Supply Chain, Tools
The Product Vision for the Better Immunization Data (BID) Initiative combines a "top down" approach with a "bottom up" view. We begin with the national strategies, incorporating the current context of the users (e.g., the functional architecture) before considering the facility applications (e.g., the technical architecture) that are in use and have gained traction, and how they might tie together. Through a series of seven chapters, you will be led through the steps to organize how your processes and information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure can be integrated and standardized to meet a ministry of health's vision and requirements. This document is not intended to be a definitive description of any single country's health enterprise architecture (EA). Rather, it is a starting point; a toolkit that may be adapted by countries, as necessary, to a specific country's needs and reflective of their unique context. Readers are not expected to be experts in ICT or in EA. However, a basic knowledge of eHealth and its role in supporting health care delivery workflows is assumed. The document is written in plain language with background information, illustrations of key points, and examples where it is thought they will be helpful.
Jul 2, 2014
"For the research in this thesis, we mainly followed a phase‐by‐phase evaluation and user‐centered approach. Cross‐sectional surveys were initially conducted to assess the role of HEWs and identify gaps in improving maternal health care service delivery. Then, considering mobile technologies as a potential solution for improving the performance of the health workers, we developed and evaluated a set of appropriate smartphone mHealth applications using open source components, including a local language adapted data collection tool, health worker and manager user‐friendly dashboard analytics and maternal‐newborn electronic forms/protocols. This thesis includes the technical details of the application and electronic protocols."
Nov 5, 2012