In Indonesia the Sistem Informasi Jejaring Rujukan Maternal & Neonatal (SIJARIEMAS) application connects more than 13,000 health providers and 700 health facilities to provide an efficient and thorough referral process.

HIV-related stigma and discrimination remains a serious challenge in Ghana. The launch of a new web-based system in Ghana for handling cases of HIV-related discrimination is designed to improve access to justice for people living with HIV and key populations at higher risk of HIV.

 In Zimbabwe, RTI is working with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) to improve disease surveillance using mobile phones.

Filipe C. Canlas, Monique Rodriguez, Philippine Ambassador to the WTO, Esteban Cornejos Jr., and Tarlac Province Governor Victor Yap discussed the Wireless Access for Health (WAH) experience at the World Trade Forum panel discussion on Re-inventing Innovation through Public-Private Partnership, October 2, 2013, in Geneva, Switzerland. 

The Wireless Access for Health (WAH) partnership in the Philippines has successfully introduced and scaled up the use of electronic health records in rural health units.

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Malaria Early Epidemic Detection System (MEEDS) is used by facilities to report new malaria cases via simple cell phones to detect epidemic outbreaks.

Coconut combines offline operation, automatic synchronization with local and remote databases, and centralized real-time data monitoring of data to create an essential tool for ‘capturing conversations’ in the field.

In continuous use by clinics since February 2006, The Zambian Electronic Perinatal Record System (ZEPRS) in Lusaka, Zambia, has now been used by clinicians to manage more than five million patient encounters.

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