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Digital Health

Information is power—the power to overcome disease and illness and to make smart decisions about health services with the most impact. We develop and adapt digital health tools that connect individuals, health care providers, and entire nations so they can take informed action to improve health and save lives.

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26 Articles
26 Articles
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    September 30, 2019

    5 key takeaways from the UN General Assembly

    Following the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), PATH leaders share insights on our progress toward Sustainable Development Goal 3—what's been accomplished and what still remains.

  2. The first child to receive the world's first malaria vaccine through routine immunization in Malawi smiles at her mother. Credit: PATH/ Anne-Marie Schryer-Roy
    September 9, 2019

    How do you solve a problem like malaria?

    Eradicating malaria is a long-term goal, requiring commitment, innovation, and a focus on near-term tailored approaches.

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    August 30, 2019

    The key to better primary health care? Human-centered design

    Human-centered design is an approach to problem-solving that puts people first. Their needs, their constraints, their contexts and their perspectives. It focuses on users—not necessarily what designers, researchers, or others think users need.

  4. Lab worker Patrick Kakembo looks into a microscope in the lab.
    August 28, 2019

    Why embracing constraints leads to better health solutions

    How do we overcome the hurdles that keep life-saving products from those who need them most?

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    August 22, 2019

    Meet the health workers who will co-create solutions for vaccine delivery

    Frontline immunization workers play a critical role in improving vaccine access and equity. A new initiative aims to leverage their firsthand experience to co-create innovative delivery solutions.

  6. One of the leading goals of the Data Use Partnership is to equip Tanzania’s health sector and workforce with data use skills for the country’s changing digital landscape. Photo: PATH/Trevor Snapp.
    July 30, 2019

    Preparing the health workforce to make the most of data

    For nearly thirty years as a health worker in Tanzania, Salome has used pen and paper to record patient data. A digital transformation promises to streamline her work and improve patient care.

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