Researchers at MIT’s CSAIL are developing an eHealth system that will be able to help with cancer diagnose and treatment.
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While the NHI pilot sites are being monitored across the country, it is still unclear what model the system will ultimately follow.
Bloomberg Philanthropies has launched a Data for Health initiative that aims to help 20 countries improve basic health data collection and monitoring.
Director of Health, Mobile for Development at GSMA, Dr Craig Friderichs, talks about the impact mHealth can have on South Africa’s healthcare landscape.
Sanofi has become the sole pharmaceutical partner to join the diabetes arm of the Be Healthy, Be Mobile mHealth programme led by the WHO and the ITU.
The SIHI is seeking implemented solutions for improving healthcare delivery around neglected tropical diseases and TB in Africa, Asia and South America.
Samsung engineers have developed an eHealth system that will use a smartphone or tablet to monitor a user’s brain activity to warn of an impending stroke.
Countless bouts of malaria and a fear of needles led Brian Gitta and his peers to develop Matibabu, a malaria testing app that doesn’t require blood.
Right to Care has recruited and trained the first round of healthcare professionals to work in Sierra Leone as part of the SA initiative against Ebola.
UNICEF has launched an Ebola survivor app that will give survivors in West Africa support to overcome the associated social stigma.
mHero will be an eHealth mobile communications system that gives health workers in Liberia the resources they need to fight Ebola.