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:
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.
Find out more about our objectives, deliverables and workplan
Developed by the WHO and global partners under the Health Data Collaborative, the Digital Health Atlas is a web-based platform supporting digital health technology registration and assessment; it can inventory and prospectively manage information about digital health products and deployments, including cataloguing maturity and scale, functionality, data capture, and interoperability. Different stakeholder groups can review, understand and track individual digital health investments, viewing each solution geographically and in relation to national plans and health infrastructure. For more information, please visit: https://digitalhealthatlas.org/