Scaling Mobile Community-Based Health Information Systems: Two Case Studies: Medic Mobile and Living Goods, Dimagi and mothers2mothers


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Author(s): Dawne Walker, Liz Nerad

Year: 2018

Scaling Mobile Community-Based Health Information Systems: Two Case Studies: Medic Mobile and Living Goods, Dimagi and mothers2mothers Abstract:

Focusing on practical and replicable mHealth implementations, the USAID-funded MEASURE Evaluation conducted case studies of two mHealth projects that have moved beyond the pilot phase. These studies aim to provide insight into how two implementing partners worked with technology companies to implement mHealth solutions in order to improve case management and care coordination, and thus monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of their programs. Through these studies, MEASURE Evaluation shares lessons learned and best practices that others can draw upon when developing their own mHealth solutions.

The first case study highlights the partnership between Living Goods and Medic Mobile. The second case study features Dimagi and mothers2mothers.

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