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1900 Resources
    Date
  1. Published: December 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  2. The Data Use Partnership (DUP) is a Tanzanian Government–led initiative that is improving the national health care system through better digital health systems and the use of health information. DUP aims to strengthen digital health and build local capacity so that everyone—from government officials to health workers to patients—can take more informed action to improve health, leading to a healthier Tanzania. Data governance refers to the process of safeguarding and harnessing digital technologies and the information they contain across the data lifecycle—from the moment a patient’s information is first entered in the system and throughout his or her entire life. This brief summarizes how Tanzania, under the DUP initiative, is working to establish strong governance structures to manage data, establish data quality, and facilitate data use to advance better health outcomes.
    Published: December 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. The Data Use Partnership (DUP) is a Tanzanian Government–led initiative that is improving the national health care system through better digital health systems and the use of health information. DUP aims to strengthen digital health and build local capacity so that everyone—from government officials to health workers to patients—can take more informed action to improve health, leading to a healthier Tanzania. This brief summarizes how the Government of Tanzania, through the DUP initiative, is working to digitalize primary health care so that health workers can identify, track, and support patients across the continuum of care, whether a mother is visiting the clinic for her first antenatal care visit or taking her child for a lifesaving vaccine. Applying digital health solutions to primary health care can enhance health service delivery; enable evidence-based actions based on high-quality, real-time data; and improve patient care.
    Published: December 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  4. The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging field that encompasses a wide range of devices connected to each other, and/or the internet to provide services such as real-time data collection and analytics. PATH is specifically looking into IoT for potentially monitoring cold chain equipment (CCE) inventories via automated data recording of equipment performance. Performance metrics may include vaccine compartment temperature, humidity, power availability, and door opening. A key component of IoT is wireless communications for transferring data between sensors and monitoring systems. This is especially important for health care facilities without access to traditional internet service providers and requires data transfer to another location with an internet connection.This landscape documents wireless data communication technologies and their performance characteristics, such as transmission range, network topology, licensing, and power consumption.Contact Pat Lennon (plennon@path.org) for more informationCopyright © 2019, PATH. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/. All other rights reserved.
    Published: December 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  5. These reports were developed as part of a series of interrelated assessments regarding alternative proteins. The development of these reports was led by PATH in collaboration with Duke University, the International Food Policy Research Institute, and The Nature Conservancy through the Bridge Collaborative.
    Published: December 2019
    Type: Resource Page
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