Coordinator and Director at HIFA, Dr Neil Pakenham-Walsh, talks about his organisation’s vision of enabling universal access to healthcare information.
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A team of US researchers at MD2K are developing advanced health wearables as part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) big data initiative.
A new mHealth programme called SMS for Life 2.0 has launched in Kaduna State, Nigeria to increase the availability of essential medicines.
The Tanzanian Registration Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA) has developed and deployed a new mHealth solution, called mBirth, to register births.
Following the success of eHealthALIVE 2016, the official conference report is now available summarising the main themes, successes and lessons learnt.
During AfricaCom 2016, Director at Hello Doctor, Dr Michael Mol, presented a keynote case study on driving access to mHealth services.
The Vodafone Foundation is pioneering a mobile phone-based HIV programme designed to scale-up HIV treatment programmes in Lesotho.
To mark World AIDS Day, eHealthNews would like to highlight one of the most innovative locally developed mHealth tools built to support HIV clinicians.
The Ericsson Sub-Saharan Africa Mobility Report reveals that the total mobile subscriptions penetration in the region is expected to reach 105% by 2022.
Dr Chris Seebregts discusses the benefits of open source solutions and how they can be leveraged to strengthen health systems.
As part of World Prematurity Day, the Health Minister will showcase eHealth solutions implemented by the NDoH designed to promote maternal health.