From mobile apps to management software to multilanguage interactive voice response, we offer health workers and managers the tools and technology they need to do their very best work. We develop solutions that are open source, data-driven, sustainable, and collaborative. And as a pioneer in the field of health workforce informatics, we’re committed to using technology, information, and analytical approaches to support the people at the center of our health systems.
Launched Mobile Care Services Discovery (mCSD), a profile of the new FHIR global health care data interoperability standard, to simplify implementation of data flows between health data systems without sacrificing information integrity.
Developed mSakhi, an award-winning mobile phone application and job aid that helps frontline health workers more effectively communicate with pregnant women and mothers, ensuring improved maternal, newborn, and child health services.
Installed IntraHealth's iHRIS Manage to help Tanzania's health leaders design and manage a comprehensive human resources strategy. For sustainability, we trained local staff to use the software and local partners to provide technical/management support.
Helped Kenya track 43,000+ health worker records and inform national- and county-level deployment efforts by implementing and using a modified version of iHRIS, IntraHealth’s open source data management software for the health workforce.
Palestinian Ministry of Health saved 427,000 NIS ($122,120) by independently implementing its health information system in Tubas Turkish Hospital. The system also results in savings in the pharmaceutical department due to improved medication tracking.
Helped Botswana's Ministry of Health better manage its health workforce by using IntraHealth’s open source iHRIS software to improve the tracking of health worker trainings, increase data quality, and support the annual budgeting process.
Rolled out iHRIS, our open source software for managing health workforce information, in Ghana. More than 19,000 health worker records are captured in the system, which is being used to plan and adjust facility staffing levels to improve health services.
Implemented low-cost innovations powered by mobile technology to improve health management information systems and contraceptive logistics in Senegal, and help health workers more quickly find the information they need to make decisions.
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