Vital for "Digital Health"

mHero May Be the Tech Response to Ebola that Liberia's Health Workers Need

The Liberian government is teaming up with international NGOs and others to make mHero a reality.

To Do: Get Hands Dirty, Make Something Useful, Solve World’s Problems

With a little incentive and a lot of patience, you can create something useful—possibly even lifesaving—out of nothing.

From Guinea: The Doors Shut by Ebola are Starting to Open

Government and international aid workers alike are collaborating to address Ebola in Guinea, but challenges remain.

What OpenHIE Means—and Could Mean—for Health Sectors around the World

Enabling a health sector's data systems to talk to each other is harder than it sounds. But it's worth it.

Top 10 Global Health Issues to Watch in 2015

Mobile tech. Global health security. Cancer. We’ve got our eyes on 10 topics that will shape 2015 for many of us—especially the health workforce.

2014's Top Global Health Stories—and What They Have to Do with Health Workers

Some are good, some are bad, but all are illuminating as we enter 2015.

Tipping the Scale: Lessons from the mHealth Forum about Investments in Collaboration

Much was said at the inaugural Global mHealth Forum about bringing mHealth innovations and programs “to scale.” But how?

A Return to Monrovia in the Time of Ebola

Wash hands, take temperature, no touching. It's a day-to-day mantra in Liberia as country leaders forge partnerships to end Ebola.

iHRIS Champions in Ghana Share Success with Using Health Workforce Data

Ghana has fewer than 14 health workers for every 10,000 people. To fix the shortage, the country needs answers—and data.

When Health Workers Aren’t Really Health Workers

He’s a powerful spell-caster who can cure HIV with herbs, and more from my email exchange with a quack.

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