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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 17
WHO releases first guideline on interventions countries can use to improve people’s health and essential services.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Apr 17
Harnessing the power of digital technologies is essential for achieving universal health coverage. has released our first guideline on interventions, which are vital tools to promote health, keep the world safe, & serve the vulnerable.
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CWCDH Apr 18
Replying to @WHO
. Linkages of the recommendations across the health system
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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 17
Replying to @WHO
Digital tools can help people access health services in remote and hard-to-reach areas, but face-to-face contact is important too.
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Barcelona Health Hub Apr 21
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Exponential Medicine Apr 21
In African Villages, These Phones Become Scanners- bringing medical imaging to remote communities, often for the first time.
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ARJ Artwork Studio Apr 23
EverlyWell Raises $50M to Scale In-Home Digital Lab Testing Platform -
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MassChallenge HealthTech Apr 23
So many engaging conversations around the challenges and trends of at our breakfast
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Richard Wyatt-Haines 1h
Stop using the 20% as an excuse... "Yes but, our older patients don't use the internet" "Yes but, not everyone has a smartphone" These are poor excuses for doing nothing! In truth, we need to use a whole mix of media to reach a rich mix of people.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 17
Replying to @WHO
: Remember to check with health providers that they are keeping your information safe. If you're worried, you can always opt out of using 📲 reminders.
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Daniel Kraft, MD Apr 24
The rolls out ’s smartphone enabled urinalysis to diabetic patients for early detection of chronic kidney disease.
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Clinicoin Apr 17
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Wanngi 1h
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WHO African Region Apr 17
Today released a guideline on . Here’s an example of how uses digital technology to send important messages about cancer:
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Digital Square Apr 17
With the , we have the ability to improve the quality of service and the access to services while using limited resources. The promise of
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My Health Record 4h
gives older Australians peace of mind when travelling, by allowing them to access their key health information whenever and wherever it's needed. See more:
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RotaPal - by doctors, for doctors. 4m
It is time we stopped the delays, it is time we knew the names of the colleagues in our team, it is time we took control. Read more (3min):
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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 17
Replying to @WHO
: Receiving mobile alerts helps remind people about attending antenatal care appointments and keeping childhood vaccinations up to date.
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Henni Tenhunen 2h
The public value of data: challenges and opportunities. Ciro Cattuto, Scientific Director, ISI Foundation.
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InfinixMobileTZ Apr 24
Some of the attendees in a group photo.
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