HealthEnabled (formally mHELP) is a non-profit organisation that engages national and global partners to refine policies, ensure programmes are sustainable and support the effective use of technologies for health.

HealthEnabled strives to address the emerging misalignment between digital health policies, programmes and user needs by helping countries make informed policy decisions, design programmes for scale and sustainability, and adopt evidence-based public goods and practices that will lead to the effective use of digital health tools.

Where implemented

Based in South Africa, HealthEnabled is a broker and advisor supporting governments and leading health service delivery NGOs to minimise the risk of their investments in integrated digital health systems, with a current focus on supporting EMTCT in South Africa and Tanzania.

Contribution to eHealth in SA

HealthEnabled’s mission is to improve health outcomes by aligning national policies, sustainable programmes, and user needs to activate the effective and widespread use of integrated digital health tools in low- and middle-income countries.

In South Africa, HealthEnabled is involved in MomConnect and mothers2mothers, a non-profit organisation supporting HIV+ pregnant women and mothers.

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