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Articles from our global team
65 Articles
65 Articles
65 Articles
  1. A health care worker testing the Connection Loops COVID-19 data management tool. Photo: PATH/Tony Mapulanga.
    April 17, 2023

    Improving data management tools with human-centered design

    Rapid diagnostic tests are invaluable tools for COVID-19 response, but too many communities lacked access to the tests or were unable to collect the data they provided. PATH's dSTARR project aims to address these challenges.

  2. Dr. Maimouna Ndour Mbaye, a diabetes specialist, standing in a records room at the Marc Sankale Diabetes Center in Dakar, Senegal. Photo: PATH/Gabe Bienczyck
    February 21, 2023

    Integrating connected diagnostics in primary health care

    Digital health innovations, such as portable ultrasound scanners and heart rate monitors, can significantly improve access to timely care and treatment. But in low-resource settings, analog systems must catch up with digital solutions.

  3. Laboratory technician placing vials of blood in a centrifuge machine and logging information in the computer in the regional hospital laboratory in Thies, Senegal. Photo: PATH/Gabe Bienczycki.
    February 10, 2023

    Fighting antimicrobial resistance through connected diagnostics

    The rise of multidrug-resistant bacteria is a major public health threat, but connected diagnostic data can bolster the world’s capacity to effectively prepare and respond.

  4. A health care worker uses a tablet to record medical data.
    February 1, 2023

    Bridging digital health innovation with governance and patient safety

    Digital innovation and connected diagnostics can help address global health disparities, but it is essential to ensure health governance advances alongside new technologies.

  5. The bag-mediated filtration system (BMFS) created by PATH and the University of Washington.
    August 24, 2022

    New tool detects poliovirus hiding in the environment

    PATH and partners created a simple device that could accelerate polio eradication and help researchers track SARS-CoV-2.

  6. Environment and Public Health Organization staff and volunteer in Katmandu, Nepal, taking wastewater and sludge samples. Photo: PATH/S. Dahal.
    August 11, 2022

    How sewage can help countries get ahead of COVID-19 variants

    In places with limited testing capacity, environmental surveillance of sewage and surface water may offer early warnings of outbreaks.