Vital for "Digital Health"

Data Can Tell Stories—and Improve Health Care

In Liberia, technologists are learning to make two powerful information systems operate together, slowly revealing the story of how family planning there does—and doesn't—work.

Movers, Shakers, Thinkers, Doers Converge on Former N.C. Mill Town

These three innovators are hell-bent on changing the world. And now they're headed to Saxapahaw, NC, for SwitchPoint 2014.

Q&A with Rosaline Hendricks, Member of the iHRIS Global Community

What's it like to be a woman working in IT in Namibia? Rosaline Hendricks talks about that and more.

Top 10 Global Health Issues to Watch in 2014

Games. Youth. War. We’ve got our eyes on 10 topics that will shape 2014 for us all—especially for members of the health workforce.

Conversation with a Nigerian Nurse

Meet Oluchukwu Ifele. She’s part of the growing, tight-knit community of health workers and technologists who have found that the right software can change everything.

New Software Application Tracks Health Workforce Training

iHRIS Train: it's free, it's customizable, and it's bringing us one step closer to universal health coverage, one record at a time.

At the Source of Health Care, Health Workers

We picked Malik Jaffer’s brain about health worker heroes and what it’ll take to make more of them.

Information Is Never More Powerful than When It’s Shared

Data and open-source software are helping to clear the path to universal health coverage.

No Health Care without Health Workers

As one of the six building blocks for health systems strengthening, the health workforce is best addressed systematically rather than with silver bullets.

Picturing Our Work: Harnessing mLearning for Training Health Workers

In this age of rapidly emerging technologies, how can we improve the way we provide training to health workers?

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