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Publication Interoperability Considerations in the Design, Development, and Implementation of mHealth Projects
(2015)
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Publication Measuring Process Improvements Supported by mHealth Initiatives
MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA (2016)
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Publication Methodology and Baseline Results From the Evaluation of a Sexuality Education Activity in Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Ilene S. Speizer, Mahua Mandal, Khou Xiong, Aiko Hattori, Ndinda Makina-Zimalirana, Faith Kumalo, Stephen Taylor, Muzi S. Ndlovu, Mathata Madibane, Andy Beke, (2018)
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Publication mHealth for Behavior Change Communication Brief: Why mHealth messaging?
MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA (2015)
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MomConnect
The South Africa Department of Health (DoH) has been developing a national mHealth (mobile health) strategy to create an enabling environment for implementing mobile-based health interventions in programming for HIV and other programmes to improve health outcomes for people. MEASURE Evaluation–Strategic Information for Africa (MEval-SIFSA) has provided technical assistance in developing this strategy and implementation plan.
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Publication Moving from Paper-Based Systems to Electronic Systems in South Africa
MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA (2015)
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New mHealth Service for Pregnant Women in South Africa
South Africa launched its first large-scale mHealth service, MomConnect, in August 2014. The project uses mHealth tools to provide pregnant women with information about available health services.
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Publication Overview of Security Considerations for eHealth
MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA (2015)
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Policies and Procedures for All to See
In July 2011, the South Africa National Department of Health (NDOH) approved a policy to standardize implementation of district health management information systems (DHMIS). To make the transition as smooth as possible for health workers across the country, they developed standard operating procedures to guide staff through the policy implementation process.
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Publication Privacy and Security for mHealth Projects in South Africa
MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA (2015)
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