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Lifesaving maternal and newborn child health and nutrition mobile content delivered to over 2 million women and their families across eight sub-Saharan African markets (Ghana, Nigeria, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Zambia and Mozambique). Mobile health (mHealth) services are offered in multiple local languages and the content is validated and approved by the Ministry of Health. While the core service is mobile content, to ensure commercial sustainability multiple other components are added depending on the country. Demonstrated impact on nutrition behaviour among users: 69% of mHealth service users are implementing appropriate nutrition practices – a 13 percentage point improvement over non-users.
Tupaia is a health data aggregation and visualisation platform that syncs data from mSupply and DHIS2 in real-time, along with data collected using our free app, Tupaia MediTrak. The data is displayed through an online platform at www.tupaia.org that uses pre-configured dashboards and map overlays. Tupaia has mapped the entire health system of 6 Pacific Island Countries and is being used to strengthen health supply chains, support disaster response and do disease tracking. It also overlays HIS and LMIS data in a world-first integration of DHIS2 and mSupply.
Tupaia strengthens health systems, originally with a focus on improving the availability and use of medicines and increasingly across multiple programs. The data is accessible to multiple user-groups including the public. Higher access levels (donors and admin) are password-protected. Donors using Tupaia include WHO, World Bank, DFAT and UNFPA.
Under Tupaia, mSupply Mobile was also released open-source.
Modern technology has provided more opportunities for teenagers to experience new things. As a result, teenagers are more vulnerable for abuse and health problems in particularly for teenage pregnancy. To minimize this issue, Health Organizations have started conducting workshops with the intention of empowering teenagers with knowledge, attitude and safety skills required to prevent pregnancy. However, teenagers seem reluctant to show their interest for studying about sexuality and talk about their issues openly. Therefore, health organizations emphasize the importance of identifying an innovative and personalized strategy to develop psychosocial competencies in teenagers. Since information and communication technology has proven to bring benefits for education through online learning technologies, the present study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of an online educational intervention to develop psychosocial competencies required to prevent teenage pregnancy. Data were gathered through interviews, questionnaires and focused group interviews from a group of female adolescents. The findings imply that psychosocial competencies can be improved better through an online intervention than a classroom-based intervention and it suggested that delivering lessons using videos, games and discussions might probably be well accepted by the adolescents. According to the findings, several paper prototypes were developed and evaluated. Based on the results of the prototype evaluation, an online intervention was developed. The final product was evaluated in a true experiment. The results of the study could be interpreted as the online intervention was successful in achieving psychosocial competencies among adolescents. Further the findings of the present study signified that the psychosocial competencies can be developed among the teenagers using videos, games and discussions as instructional aids or approaches.
HIV incidence is rising all over the world. Even though Sri Lanka is a low prevalence country the incidence of HIV is still rising.The youth and the key population groups (men having sex with men, female sex workers, prisoners, Intra Venous drug uses and transgender people) are highly vulnerable for HIV infections, but they have barriers to access to health facilities due to legal and cultural issues. The universal target of elimination of new HIV infections in 2030 as sustainable development goals could be achieved only by breaking these barriers. Specifically, the youth and key population groups would prefer to know their HIV risk for their sexual acts assessed personally without divulging the information to anyone else. Hence development of a user friendly mobile app to assess HIV risk following a sexual act and to promote HIV testing is a timely requirement. Stay safe mobile app calculates your HIV risk for the last sexual activity and gives advice on what to do next. HIV testing is recommended if needed and you are directed to the closest clinic for Sexually Transmitted Infections in Sri Lanka through GPS location.
The project, which aligns with the UN SDGs, is an innovative platform (incubator) which is utilized to support the Government Nursing Training Schools in Sri Lanka and the practicing nurses in South Asia. The stakeholders of the project are IIHS, SLNA and State NTS, and practicing nurses in Sri Lanka and Maldives through establishment of Public Private Partnerships (SDG 17).
The project eliminates geographical, administrative and professional barriers in education and allows the opportunity for all nursing professionals to work and study aligning with SDG 10. This is performed through promoting e learning; improving the accessibility to modern educational programs; evidence based practice; student centric learning; creating Enjoyable and effective learning environment for students; Quality teaching environment for tutors; providing Cost effective & Environmental friendly solutions(SDG 4).
The project promotes reduced use of paper based education and face to face learning, including delivery and assessment (theory and clinical) (SDG 15).
The project envisages Health and Wellbeing of the nursing students, tutors and practicing nurses leading to creation of competent professionals (SDG 3).
Despite the availability of free routine immunizations in low and middle-income countries, many children are incompletely vaccinated, vaccinated late for age or drop out over the course of the immunization schedule. Our solution aims at reducing child morbidity and mortality through a comprehensive Digital Immunization Registry designed to leverage low-cost technology to improve both immunization coverage and timeliness in resource-constrained settings. Government immunization programs fail to deliver due to inefficiencies and inaccuracies stemming from demand and supply side challenges including poor data quality and usage, low worker motivation and lack of demand from caregivers. ZM is an Android phone-based platform that addresses these challenges by enabling vaccinators to digitally enroll and track immunization of every child. ZM provides a robust and dependable platform for accelerating health gains while simultaneously increasing health system efficiencies, promoting vaccine demand and reducing government costs for immunization service delivery.
MyDoctor.lk Health care App for all medical needs, provides the core service of tele-medicine. It connect all the individual silos in health sector, to build a connected health care eco system. This brings convenience for the patients to acquire all common health services, while helping the clinicians to practice with ease. It reduces the digital divide between pharmacies, laboratories, patients and clinicians. Basically its a one stop shop for all health needs. It provides remote doctor consultation, maintenance of health profile of clients, pharmaceutical delivery, home visited lab tests, auto update of lab reports to health profile and loyalty scheme.
PMB is a Wearable Patient Monitoring Device that is Engineered, Designed and Manufactured solely by a team of Sri Lankan engineers. It basically captures Critical Health Values like the ECG , Heart Rate, Body Temperature and the Motion of the person. Once the data is captured, it is transmitted to the algorithm in the cloud servers which in returns intelligently analyzes and alerts the person if an abnormality related to the captured critical health values have been identified. The alert generating mechanism is implemented in a manner to provide immediate medical attention to the person at risk by Automatically alerting the Emergency Medical Teams and the ‘Loved Ones’ closest to the point of crisis. The system could intelligently list the nearest hospital/s for the patient to attend to , if they are in a ‘Non-Critical’ Health Condition.
Family Health Bureau (FHB) is the focal point responsible for planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Reproductive, Maternal New-born, Child, Adolescent and Youth Health (RMNCAYH) programmes, including School Health Programme of Sri Lanka.
Good quality data on services provisions and outcomes is essential for planning, monitoring and evaluation of a programme. School Health Programme of Sri Lanka commenced in 1918, routine data collection system was continued as entirely paper-based system. It was the primary source of data for calculating national health indicators, but there were significant issues in data accuracy, timeliness and completeness.
FHB implemented this electronic information management system to overcome those issues and to reduce workload at field level. It provides both data transmission medium and data analysing tools for the user, ensures information availability for decision making process, helps preparation of annual Reports, Quarterly newsletters, progress reports, feedback letters and other documents relevant to school health Programme.
Cancer is regarded as one of the major non-communicable diseases affecting Sri Lanka. Population based cancer databases are a valuable resource for monitoring incidence and mortality from cancer and, play a vital role in cancer control programmes. Since the Sri Lanka national cancer registry is limited to collecting only basic cancer data, many important cancer related data are missed which are considered mandatory to improve cancer care. A cancer specific database can provide data which form the basis for research on cancer causes and prevention as well as to monitor efficiency and disparities in cancer care which would help improve outcomes for patients with cancer. The role of health services research and population-based outcome studies is increasingly recognized as a critical step to improving societal benefit of cancer therapies.
Tumour specific registries are different from national cancer registries; while the latter collect only basic cancer information (i.e. incidence, stage at diagnosis and mortality), the former provide rich details regarding disease characteristics, treatment delivery and outcome. The main objective of this project is to establish a tumour specific cancer database to collect comprehensive prospective data on breast and colorectal cancer and at the National Cancer Institute, Maharagama.
Quarantine Health Record Management and Surveillance System (QHRMS) was designed and developed for the Quarantine Unit, Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine of Sri Lanka. QHRMS enables to capture and store the data collected from six sea ports and two air ports of Sri Lanka while transforming from conventional paper based health record management system to fully automated online system. Through QHRMS it is expected to analyze real time data according to various requirements and generate reports and alerts to provide information in order to facilitate the national health surveillance of Sri Lanka.
The Em1 microscope meets an urgent and pressing need for a robust, portable, affordable field microscope capable of assisting the diagnoses of a range of tropical diseases either in arduous field settings or remotely via digital interfaces. It combines leading-edge optical engineering with a robust and simple-to-use physical interface that harnesses the pre-existing power of smart phones to enable the Em1 microscope to deliver portable high specification microscopy at a substantially lower unit cost than possible using traditional microscopes. This clever yet simple design has been used to create an exciting innovative product that has the potential to save lives in developing countries and beyond, along with wider applications.
The main function of RAH@H is to educate, empower, influence, monitor and treat patients through its integrated portal and App. Patients are able to stay connected 24/7 to their hospitals. They can take vital reading through RAH@H’s medical devices. They can get instant consultations through Telemedicine portal of RAH@H and get educated through webinars and medical encyclopedia. Whereas, doctors and nurses can give consultations by reviewing the PHR. While tailoring the portal, the team of RAH@H also had a panel of doctors which made it a very doctor-friendly platform.
Kasvuseula is an easy-to-use online service that provides parents with reliable data on the growth of their child. The service shows the development of the child’s weight and height in comparison to average norm trends – and informs parents if there is a likelihood of significant deviation from normal growth patterns. Parents add their child’s height and weight data to the application and receive both visual and textual feedback. They can also share this information with medical professionals, in case there is a concern regarding the growth of their child. The service also provides parents with a handy way of recording their children’s vaccinations. Vaccination data is visualised by a clear diagram showing vaccinations under the national vaccination program and an indicative vaccination schedule.
Robotic ankle exoskeleton is an artificial wearable device that is closely fitted to the human ankle. It combines human intelligence with powered robot joints to satisfy motion intentions. C-JAE is a robotic ankle exoskeleton with an anthropomorphic architecture. C-JAE is a multi-purpose device for carrying out rehabilitation exercises and to regain functional mobility of physically weak individuals providing motion or power assistance. It is worn as a bilateral system. Novel mechanisms are used to support all 3 degree of freedom (DOF) of an ankle while ensuring joint axes mapping for full ranges of motions (ROM). Plantarflexion-dorsiflexion and Inversion-eversion are externally powered using electric motors and Internal-external rotation is passively supported using a curve guide mechanism.
Frontline health workers (FHWs) such as lady health workers (LHWs) and vaccinators are often the first and only point of contact for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH) services in Pakistan. FHWs are often inadequately trained, guided and have poor access to health information. Furthermore, the burden of paper-based reporting, including documenting service provision activities manually often interferes with client centered care and also results in the duplication of the same information across multiple registers and manually tallying data for reporting. Additionally, paper-based data does not facilitate continuity of care between visits or across providers or different vertical healthcare programs leading to a missed window of opportunity for effective interventions. Open Smart Register Platform (OpenSRP) addresses these strategic challenges for Health System Strengthening by enabling data collection, client management, reporting and access to real time data for actionable decision making through a single integrated electronic health record.
In Sri Lanka, in-ward mental health client data is captured by electronic indoor morbidity and mortality record (eIMMR), while outpatient data was captured through an aggregated clinic return system. This outpatient return system was not capable of generating mental health information in an effective and efficient way. Since majority of the patients are handled by outpatient clinics, we were missing large proportion of data.
Development of an electronic Mental Health Management Information System (eMHMIS) initiated, to overcome the limitations of timeliness, accuracy and quality. The eMHMIS intends to capture data using electronic formats and the previous Mental Health returns were revised to accommodate minimal data set principle with eliminating duplicate entries.
The system ensures generation of information in a real-time platform which facilitates taking managerial decisions, interpretation and dissemination of mental health information. The eMHMIS captures facility level data such as source of referrals, disorders, human resource and infrastructure data and the data regard to performance monitoring.
Emergency in-ward X-rays plays a vital and potentially life-saving role by providing information to make quick decisions. However, the process of creating an X-ray request to getting a good quality film into clinicians hand is not a simple process, given the other circumstances like the time of the day and availability of staff. The total process will burn 45 vital minutes on average, resulting in delays in decision making. If the image is of low quality, repeat procedure will take more time. Furthermore, the time is not the only problem. X-ray films would not allow accurate measurement of distance which is essential for some lifesaving procedures, i.e. inserting arterial lines.
Implemented solution incorporates the Registration, Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) and Radiology Information System (RIS) modules of Hospital Information Management System (HIMS) with open source PACS and a DICOM viewer to provide a complete solution from patient registration, admission, requesting an investigation, capturing, viewing and storing the images. It automates the whole process of performing an emergency X-ray in ICU setup.
Actions undertaken are summarised below.
1. The RIS module in HIMS was revamped.
2. Obtained and integrated an X-ray digitalising cassette to the HIMS
3. Open source PACS system was integrated to HIMS
4. Open source DICOM viewer was integrated to HIMS
5. Installed HD quality laptop on a wheel and obtained a tablet computer with HD quality viewing to the NICU
Epilepsy is an important non-communicable disease characterized by recurrent convulsions due to episodes of abnormal electrical activity in the brain. It is a considerable health problem in low-income countries because people with epilepsy (PWE) are usually young, they are six times more likely to die than those unaffected, they are more likely to suffer burns and other injuries and they and their families very often suffer social exclusion in their communities. Yet epilepsy is a very treatable condition; in richer countries two thirds of PWE are free of episodes on relatively inexpensive treatment. But in poorer countries PWE cannot access this treatment because there are no doctors nearby to prescribe it. The World Health Organisation has recognized this and suggested that non-physician health workers (NPHWs) are empowered to diagnose and manage PWE. To do that they will need tools and this smartphone application has been designed to fulfill that role.
Tonic’s model of “Primary Care Plus” represents a new model for advancing universal health coverage, through mobile technology.
Globally, more than 400 million people lack access to basic primary care. Further, those lucky enough to reach a doctor often find that the experience is less “medical home” and more “medical drive thru”: the average consultation length in Bangladesh, according to the BMJ, is 48 seconds. This poor accessibility and quality of primary care has major impacts on health outcomes.
The Tonic Doctor feature of Tonic makes high quality primary care accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week via phone, chat, and video. At the same time, Tonic extends beyond providing great quality medical advice to include benefits like health insurance (“Tonic Cash”), specialist referrals (“Tonic Navigator”), and lifestyle coaching (“Tonic Life”). These features help to make comprehensive primary care accessible for millions of people for the first time.
The solution is based on the use of simple and affordable technologies (mobile phones, SMS messages, smartphones and tablet computers, the Internet and electronic mapping) so that health facilities that dispense essential medicines can report their stock levels and key disease surveillance indicators to the district medical officers who are responsible for treatment availability.
In addition to stock visibility, the system enables to collect timely and quality disease surveillance data, hence allowing all levels in the health pyramid (districts, regions, national malaria control programs, ministries of health) to monitor and support the operations in the primary health facilities – ultimately making fact-based decisions to better assess the adequacy of the resource allocation with the actual needs. Stock-outs can thus be resolved within days whereas in the past this would have taken weeks or months.
The tablet-based platform also offers high-quality training programs and educational video resources to support the continuous education of health workers.
The data collected by SMS for Life can be integrated into a country’s health information system and strategy. Implementation is tailored to the specific needs and priorities of individual countries, and the system is flexible, meaning it can be expanded to any number of health facilities, countries, programs, stock items or disease surveillance data.
Dhadkan is a Mobile App for remotely monitoring and providing medical assistance to the patients of heart failure. There are about 10 million patients of heart failure in India and about one-third of the admitted patients are likely to get readmitted or die in the next 3-6 months. The App collects patient’s data (at any desired interval) on blood pressure, heart rate, and weight, and transmits it to the authorized caregiver (a doctor, nurse or paramedic) who is linked to the patient during the initial registration. It automatically sends a notification to both the doctor and the patient, in case(s) of any drastic changes in patient’s data indicating a possibility of imminent heart failure. Thus, it not only eliminates the need for manual monitoring of each patient by the doctor but also helps them in proactively recommending precautionary action during the treatment period. Our App earned a wide coverage in national media – TV channels and newspapers (in May 2018).
District Health Information System (DHIS) is an open source software platform for reporting, analysis and dissemination of data for all health programs already used by 60 different countries worldwide including Sri Lanka, which is an important public health data platform. While the ongoing process of Verbal autopsy (VA) implementation in Sri Lanka the attention towards migrating to DHIS2 is inevitable. The countries supported by Vital Strategies for CRVS system developments are facing a common problem of translating verbal autopsy data into DHIS2 platform. Currently its done by manually sorting of IHME Smart VA tool generated CSV file fields with a DHIS2 compatible input format. It has been a major drawback faced by 16 different countries supported by Vital Strategies who has adopted OpenVA pipeline to integrate Verbal Autopsy data. With SmartVA DHIS2 solution it would enable each country to visualize, disaggregate, disseminate VA data using DHIS2 platform almost near real-time.
CAMEOS is an expert system designed and developed to diagnose diseases. Inference engine simulates the diagnostic reasoning of physicians – namely hypothetico deductive approach and the pattern matching. The input consists of the symptoms. Output consists diagnosis based on proportions. This system helps to solve the following problems commonly seen in General Practice – diagnostic errors, poor documentation of differential diagnosis, poor documentation of steps taken in diagnostic reasoning, poor uptake of clinical practice guidelines and evidence based medicine data, widening gap in the available knowledge and the service quality, health care inequalities and inter practice variations in physician performance.
Jendo is a novel health monitoring technology for detection of endothelial dysfunction which leads to cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, stroke, diabetes and chronic kidney disease. Early detection is the key to prevention and effective treatment, which according to the WHO, can save 50% of the lives lost to cardiovascular diseases.
The Jendo system comprises of a hardware unit and a cloud-based platform, allowing over 2.5 billion people each year to use this as a low cost screening test. It works using PPG and temperature measurements and can give this information to the user through a smart device interface which can also give customized advice for a healthy lifestyle, to prevent the onset of cardiovascular diseases.
Jendo technology can be used for post-surgery care of patients with varicose veins, to monitor blood flow to affected areas. This is vital to avoid complications that arise from poor blood supply.
Primary health care (PHC) builds backbone of an effective health-care system by integrating care for individuals, their families and communities. Primary healthcare services require information systems to identify needs of the community, healthcare providers, managers & planners to improve healthcare provisioning & monitoring.
To meet the above mentioned requirements an integrated health information system which can support universal health coverage has been built on an open source & free DHIS2 Tracker platform using living lab concept with active engagement and ownership of health functionaries. It covers all major national health programmes (RCH, NPCDCS, RNTCP etc) and is easily customizable as per the needs of the user.
SlimMe is a conversational agent aimed to assist people who are trying to lose or maintain their weight through LINE messenger platform. As a virtual diet assistant, slimMe enables the user to experience simulation on various features such as nutrition assessment, food intake, and exercise history. Nutrition assessment features collect user basic profile that can be used to calculate user daily calorie need. Food intake features will be used to estimate user daily calorie intake. Meanwhile, exercise features will collect information on user exercise activity to estimate calorie burned after exercising. SlimMe can also provide motivational support which consists of a self-report reminder of the user food intake and exercise (#ChooseMyMeal), nutritional knowledge (#NutPedia), inspiration quote (#MoodBooster), and even joke (#JokeCorner). We also provide small talk features to response any messages that not related with nutritional content.
The project aims at developing a Virtual Reality (VR) based application for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training that can be used to train personnel involved in Emergency Medicine (EM). The VR application, which is the end product of this project, aims at being affordable for health sectors of developing countries such as Sri Lanka.
At the current completed stage a traditional mechanical manikin used for CPR training is augmented using VR. As a learning application, this setup has to be able to provide
feedback to the trainee on whether they are performing CPR correctly which it does using an information panel. This panel provides information on whether the hands have been placed correctly, the depth of the compressions and the pressure applied during compressions.
There are 7 million Migrant Workers living in Malaysia from different parts of Asia. Out of these two third are un-documented. Due to Language, cost and documentation majority of the workers are deprived from access to quality health service despite Malaysia having one of the finest health infrastructure. But 80% have Smartphones and 90% use Internet for Social media with a good spending habit. We have developed a web based platform where they are able to connect with their native doctors through their smartphones and get the advise, prescription for the problems.
Nighedaasht aims to help reduce maternal mortality ratio to less than 70/100,000 live births by 2030, as outlined in SDG 3.1. It also aims to reduce neonatal mortality to at least as low as 12/1,000 live births, and under-5 mortality to at least as low as 25/1,000 live births, as per SDG 3.2 in the catchment population, by reducing the geographical barriers in health care by enabling access to quality, specialist health services in remote and rural communities in low middle income countries, and improving health outcomes.
To combat internet connectivity barriers in the field, the CMW interface of the app operates solely through cellular SMS services. It aims to strengthen health systems by streamlining data collection and management (through digital health records); improving the referral system and improving communication between CMWs and obstetrician gynecologists during field visits; and enables capacity building of CMWs through educational videos within the app.
In Kenya, two out of every five people, who need care, do not seek treatment because they lack the money. Nearly half of all healthcare expenditure in Kenya is paid out-of-pocket, which is a burden for millions of Kenyans.
Demand for health financing solutions, such as insurance, remains low – despite massive progress over the last few years. On the supply-side, there are still issues on access and quality.
M-TIBA is transforming how low-income Kenyans are paying for and accessing healthcare. The mobile-based health financing technology platform, integrates health payments and supports greater penetration of health schemes through mobile phones. Creating the trust that it is spent for the right person, for the right care, at the right place, at the right time, at very low transaction costs.
Evitalz is a affordable telemedicine service, which is set to revolutionise healthcare and could lead to annual industry-wide savings. We offer a combination of medical diagnostic devices and secured patient vital sign database software. We have created an android APP called E-Vitalz with a diagnostic kit to investigate, assist, monitor and advise health parameters such as blood glucose, blood pressure, blood oxygen level and ECG. Patient-to-doctor consultation can be made available from anywhere, by text, voice as well as video call.
Although urban areas in Pakistan contain less than 30% of the population, the healthcare facilities are grossly over-represented here. The result is an urban-biased healthcare model that deprive rural areas of qualified doctors.
As well as lack of qualified and trained doctors this results in..
Evotelemedicine aims to bridge this gap and improve the access to quality healthcare between the provider and the consumers virtually. This platform enables qualified doctors to see patients whenever and wherever needed via two-way live video which in turn ensures access to quality healthcare irrespective of physical distance.
HCPs are busier than ever. This hampers their need to continuously keep them informed of the latest education/updates on health. MedWeb provides HCPs with the opportunity without leaving their workplaces can attend and actively participate in training sessions, workshops and hold virtual meetings with their peers.
PharmEvo Medweb is a state of the art webinar & virtual medical meeting portal which allows speakers separately and jointly to deliver presentations/lectures online to an audience comprising of individuals and groups from anywhere in the world.
It helps create a dynamic and innovative learning environment for doctors, students, medical societies and associations to run, manage and access lectures and conduct virtual meetings no matter where they are irrespective of any device or platform.
Safe blood is critical to treatment of postpartum haemorrhage, a condition estimated to be the cause of 23% of maternal deaths in Africa annually. Safe blood is also used for the treatment of childhood malaria, severe malnutrition, emergency medicine and surgery. Most countries in Africa collect only half of the blood needed to meet their transfusion requirements. BSIS facilitates the production of safe blood by managing information within blood services from the point of donation to the point of transfusion. In this way BSIS facilitates improved blood collection processes as well as ensuring that only safe blood is labelled and released to health facilities. The BSIS implementation models ensures that the system is safely and sustainably implemented at low resource blood services. Focusing on capacity building that promotes local ownership of the information system as well as building skills and knowledge required for system use, management and maintenance.
In Sri Lanka, close to 47 per cent of all deaths take place in hospitals and are certified by doctors using the Death Declaration (Form B33) The Death Declaration is usually written by the doctor who attended and all cause of death (COD) statistics produced by the Civil Registration and Vital Statistics System for hospital deaths are based on the underlying cause of death derived from the Death Declaration. Analysis of these statistics are vital to determine the country’s health priorities and prevention strategies. To improve the cause of death certification practices, we should have method of assessment of the quality death certification. This CoD Quality assessment tool helps to identify seven types of common errors in death certification and the tool has its own analytical capacity to generate statistical reports on quality of cause of death assessments.
The Global Digital Health Index (GDHI) and maturity model is geared towards promoting the effective use of digital health to accelerate the achievement of SDG3 and its focus on Universal Health Coverage. It is an interactive digital resource that enables countries to assess their maturity in digital health and benchmark themselves against other countries. Designed using the WHO/ITU eHealth Strategy Toolkit, GDHI empowers health ministries, funders, policymakers, and industry players with data to make informed strategic decisions and investments in the enablers of digital health to build sustainable digital health solutions at scale.
TMT is designed to solve interoperability challenges, promotes health information exchange (HIE) and the secondary-use of pharmacy-related information in health by providing standardized terms and codes that describe all medicinal and pharmaceutical products in Thailand healthcare services. TMT is a national electronic healthcare transaction data standard. TMT has been using nation -wide for identification of drugs in health insurance claim and electronic governmental procurement (eGP) information systems.
If an ailment is treated early through a qualified doctor in a better way through an improved telemedicine system with integral diagnostic devices, this can save many patients from later complications, even death or disabilities. ‘A stitch in time saves nine’ is the slogan of our indigenous telemedicine technology, targeting primary and secondary healthcare in rural areas of low resource countries where there are no doctors. Besides, this will also reduce misuse of steroids and antibiotics, the latter causing a global scare. We are not patenting our innovations and would disseminate technology to qualified people in all low resource countries of the world so that they can provide such affordable and sustainable healthcare at low cost.
Revolutionising the pharmaceuticals industry, Healthnetbuy is an innovative digital healthcare platform which offers consumers the ability to order medication via our website and mobile application and other products with the facility of doorstep delivery. We also carry a wide range of (OTC) over the counter products such as medical devices, mother and baby care, skin care, nutritional supplements which we
Still in its infancy, the company is growing exponentially, with patients realising the potential and enjoying the convenience of having their meds and OTC products delivered to their doorstep. Healthnetbuy is compliant with regulatory guidelines set out by the NMRA (National Medicines Regulatory Authority of Sri Lanka)
It is an interactive, internet and standalone enabled, multi-lingual, decision support tool aimed to address the rising, global burden of metabolic syndrome through screening, monitoring and promoting self-management across diverse community settings among people with low literacy.
SenzMate Polar is an IoT solution designed to deliver the best environmental monitoring and compliance reporting for the healthcare industry. Our wireless temperature monitoring system is very cost-effective. It is designed to monitor controlled environments where sensitive vaccines, medications, and other pharmaceuticals are stored. The solution alleviates difficulties inherent in manually monitoring multiple storage environments in multiple locations while automatically maintaining complete regulatory compliance.
SenzMate Polar provides a complete tractability of a vacancy lifecycle. From the storage to the fleet, it provides an accurate sensor-based environment information like Temperature, Humidity, and GPS location while transportation. We deliver immediate SLMA-compliant electronic documentation. SenzMate Polar automatically captures all the documentation required for audit support, The necessary reports can then be generated with our OneClick audit support functionality.