Professor Darelle van Greunen talks about her work of supporting community healthcare workers (CHWs) with innovative mHealth apps.
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Médecins Sans Frontiers and the Fondazione IBM Italia have developed an mHealth app to help healthcare workers treat migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
China’s largest online search engine, Baidu, has launched an AI health chatbot that can answer medical questions and suggest diagnoses in real-time.
Sandoz HACk is a global competition to generate innovative ideas and solutions to help tackle some of the world’s most pressing healthcare access problems.
hearScreen is now active in more than 25 countries across the world and plans to expand to a further 15 by the end of 2017.
Cape Town is set to hold the 19th annual AfricaCom, one of the largest conferences and exhibitions dedicated to telecoms and technology in Africa.
Internet.org has recognised entrepreneurs & start-ups who are building solutions to improve education and the economic health of communities across Africa.
A global app-based real-time research study, called ‘How is the World Feeling?’ aims to get 7 million participants to log their mood over a week.
The University of Washington has developed the HemaApp, an app which uses a smartphone camera to measure haemoglobin levels and screen for anaemia.
CEO at the Relevance Network, Craig Carty, talks about his drive to create access to quality services through multi-sectorial integrated partnerships.
Capsule Ltd. has developed an app, called Flare, which aims to make Kenya’s siloed and privately run ambulance service more accessible to patients.