In order to understand the function, use and adoption of digital health tools from the perspectives of the end-user, THINKMD distributed a survey in May 2022, calling on those who are using any types of digital health tools, by any digital health partners, to provide...
THINKMD is developing a concise guide to simplify and enhance digital health adoption and implementation so that you can design your digital health strategy.
This guideline provides ten evidence-based recommendations on digital health interventions. The recommendations are made with the expectation that their implementation is grounded in an understanding of the ecosystem readiness and maturity.
This tool is designed to cost packages of community health services (CHS) and produce results to help assess performance, plan future services, and prepare investment cases and is designed to be used by health system managers and policy-makers.
WHO (2020). Digital implementation investment guide (DIIG): integrating digital interventions into health programmes.
The DIIG aims to help governments and technical partners plan a digital health implementation that focuses on one or more health programmes to support national health system goals.