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Digital Health and Data

Accelerating the digital transformation of health systems and supporting the use of data-led action for health equity.

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55 Articles
55 Articles
55 Articles
  1. Digital health. Photo: Gabe Bienczycki
    November 9, 2022

    Seeking Africa-based digital health entrepreneurs

    PATH supports local entrepreneurs to expand access to and sustainability of digital health tools.

  2. Senegal street scene
    October 24, 2022

    20+ years advancing health equity in Senegal

    Celebrating more than two decades of impactful partnership between PATH and the Ministry of Health.

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    October 18, 2022

    How to increase data use for stronger digital health systems

    Ten essential elements for digital transformation from the African countries leading the way.

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    August 3, 2022

    DUP Digital Champions: Marty Gross advocates for funding models for digital transformation that are collaborative and country-led

    While the hypothesis that better data use will lead to better health seems simple, Marty Gross, Senior Program Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, knows just how complex it is—because most investments in better data use start with technology, and the real impact comes from building and understanding the needs of the data users.

  5. Zabron
    August 3, 2022

    DUP Digital Champions: Zabron Abel is helping ensure Tanzania's health workers are ready for the digital future

    As health systems around the world reeled from COVID-19—struggling under the strain of new patients and the challenges of mass vaccination campaigns—Tanzania’s Capacity Building Consortium (CBC) saw an opportunity. Social distancing requirements presented the chance to launch and build momentum for eLearning platforms.

  6. Afya SS
    August 3, 2022

    DUP Digital Champions: Johanes Rwenyagira is happy to leave paper-based reporting in the past

    Johanes N. Rwenyagira remembers what it used to be like to conduct supervisory visits in his region of Morogoro. As the country’s second largest region, located in Eastern Tanzania, supervisory visits were a necessary part of assessing the performance and current health trends of the area. But the fragmented, paper-based process was riddled with challenges.

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