Overview

The working group brings together over 100 technical experts from implementing partners, 12 countries, donors, academia, and civil society.

Currently co-chaired by USAID and WHO, the group is working on the following:

  1. Optimizing the meaningful use and reuse of health information technology in low and middle income countries to support achievement of SDGs through the implementation of foundational digital health infrastructures; 
  2. Actively promoting the development, use, and long-term support of digital health ‘global public goods’; and
  3. Increasing, in a measurable way, the level and alignment of country and partner investments in support of Objectives 1 and 2.

Our overall aim is improved coordination - to move away from fragmented development approaches to a more strategic way of investing in and supporting global health efforts.

Terms of Reference

Find out more about our objectives, deliverables and workplan

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Documents

DH&I Senegal Interoperability Working Groups  (324 kB)

DH&I Senegal Interoperability Working Groups (324 kB)

04/08/2017 16:59 324 kB

DH&I Sierra Leone Presentation MSC Workshop - Washington DC  (3.48 MB)

DH&I Sierra Leone Presentation MSC Workshop - Washington DC (3.48 MB)

04/08/2017 16:59 3.48 MB

DH&I Tanzania Investment Roadmap  (240 kB)

DH&I Tanzania Investment Roadmap (240 kB)

04/08/2017 16:59 240 kB

Digital Health Systems and Interoperability - Terms of Reference  (295 kB)
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