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admin December 8, 2017

'Safe Delivery App' To Help Address Maternal Health Issues

Ghana is to benefit tremendously from the launch of a ‘Safe Delivery App,’ which is a technology learning application tool designed to empower skilled…

admin December 7, 2017

Future of Blockchain in healthcare

In general a blockchain is defined as a distributed system which records and stores transaction records. Blockchain more specifically is defined as “…a shared,…

admin December 5, 2017

mHealth drive patient behavior change, motivation, and health attitudes.

mHealth apps targeted toward weight loss must leverage strong educational features to help frame patient attitudes regarding healthy eating to drive patient behavior…

admin December 5, 2017

mHealth is the future of Healthcare

The delivery of healthcare services through mobile devices, or mHealth, is fast becoming a global reality. As this video from PricewaterhouseCoopers shows, the lower…

admin December 5, 2017

2025: The Future Of Health reveals what your daily routine will look like in 2025. How do you think eHealth will affect our lives?

admin December 4, 2017

Innovation on childcare: Khushi baby

What is Khushi baby? Khushi is an indian word which means happy. Khushi baby therefore means happy baby. It is a mobile app for community health workers that interfaces…

admin September 14, 2017

Do you want to make an app for refugees? Read this first

I recently attended a conference intended to generate new and interesting ideas to help solve one of the biggest humanitarian crises of our time: the refugees that…

admin September 5, 2017

The future of messaging apps in humanitarian setting

Messaging apps are the fastest growing digital communication phenomenon ever. Messaging apps like WhatsApp, Snapchat, Viber, WeChat, Telegram and LINE are becoming…

admin August 18, 2017
5 Design Principles for Health Systems (Humanitarian and General Health)

5 Design Principles for Health Systems (Humanitarian and General Health)

Doctors in the Kenya now spend an extra 4 hours a week adding patients notes to their electronic health records (EHRs) or EMRs. These systems claim to save time…