Top organizations from across the public and private sectors come together in Washington, DC, to share best practices in digital health
Multiple PATH programs will present several abstracts at the third annual Global Digital Health Forum taking place on December 13 and 14 in Washington, DC. The forum, put on by the Personal Connected Health Alliance in partnership with the Global Digital Health Network and US Agency for International Development, brings together public- and private-sector organizations to share the latest evidence, experiences, and lessons learned on new applications and approaches in digital health.
Information and communication technology (ICT) has the power to transform health services delivery in low-resource settings. At PATH, our digital health work spans the entire software development lifecycle from analysis of information systems to deployment and long-term use of those systems. We work across health areas, such as immunization, supply chain, maternal and child health, and insurance to identify and address information management needs and improve data-driven decision-making.
Our approach is collaborative and based on user-driven design. We solve real-world problems with low-cost innovative solutions by working alongside care providers and patients at all levels of the health system, focusing on their needs and goals. Together, we identify and tailor appropriate ICT solutions.
Follow along on Facebook and Twitter the week of the event as we share live updates. The resources from the presentations will be available after the event on our BID Learning Network (BLN) Resources page.
Posted December 8, 2016.