These are the paths that will lead us beyond lofty goals and onto practical action.
The global digital health community has been talking about it for more than a decade. So where do things stand?
The issue of data ethics isn't new to international development—but it all feels a little more urgent now.
Fear and bias get in the way of humanitarian work every day. We're moving forward anyway.
Twenty percent of the world's population is using it already. Time for us to catch up.
The county is now saving over $150,000 per year, thanks to iHRIS.
Software developers have the power to improve usability in the tools health workers use to report health data.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo found $2 million in savings when they used data to uncover absent health workers.
The quirks and priorities that drive our decisions are tough to nail down.
How to learn from projects past—and avoid their mistakes.