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How to Have Happier Users and Better Health Data with Faster Apps

Software developers have the power to improve usability in the tools health workers use to report health data.

Ghost Workers Aren’t Spooky—They’re Expensive

The Democratic Republic of the Congo found $2 million in savings when they used data to uncover absent health workers.

Tanzania’s Health IT Community Is Growing—and Getting Stronger

Open source technologies have turned traditional tech transfer on its head. Now Tanzania is reaping the benefits.

As Spirits Rise in Sierra Leone, Technology Offers More than Ebola Recovery

Sierra Leone is becoming the third country to adopt a mobile phone-based platform called mHero for Ebola recovery and beyond.

Amidst Ebola Crisis, Coordination and Long-Term Thinking Pay Off

mHero started as a way to combat Ebola, but Liberia plans to use it for the long run.

Where Are the DRC’s Doctors and Nurses? iHRIS Data Give Us Hints

Each year, the country produces 2,000 new doctors and 7,000 new nurses. Yet there's often a shortage.

Tomorrow’s Health Sectors Need More IT Staff, Interoperable Systems

When it comes to data-wrangling software and apps, health sectors today have lots of options. But they may come with a language barrier.

Why We Need Data on Frontline Health Workers

mPowering Frontline Health Workers sits down with Dr. Kate Tulenko to talk about community health workers and how data about them can improve global health.

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