Chief digital health officer
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.
Always, our digital health initiatives are rooted in the Principles for Digital Development.
Our key approaches include:
iHRIS is simple, easy-to-use, open source software that supplies health-sector leaders with information to track, manage, and plan the health workforce.
mHero is a two-way, mobile phone-based communication system based on iHRIS that uses SMS text messages and Interactive Voice Response, to connect ministries of health and health workers. mHero operates on simple talk-and-text mobile devices—no smartphone or tablet required.
Open Client Registry links patient identities between systems for clinical safety, continuity of care, and accurate reporting. It uses an easily adaptable platform that is based on open source and open standards.
Take your funding further with our Rapid, Efficient, and Data-Driven Implementation (READI) approach.
Global Open Facility Registry (GOFR) is a tool for identifying, reconciling, and synthesizing duplicate or incomplete facility records across multiple data sets. GOFR can be used in government health information systems and PEPFAR reporting.