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Annex III: Compendium of e-Health Projects for RMNCH Implemented in CoIA Countries





e-Health project

Description

ICT application

Country

1

e-Districts Project for services of births and deaths registration in district of Kapurthala, India

Integrated electronic service supported by automation workflow, backend computerization, and data digitalization. The objective is to ensure that the defined process of service delivery of birth/death certificates is adequately and timely followed.

http://pbhealth.gov.in/e-district.crs.pdf



Civil Registration

Health Management Information System (HMIS)



India

2

MAMA

Mobile-based information to new and expectant mothers.

http://www.babycenter.com/mama



SMS-based Public Health Information and Education

Bangladesh

South Africa

India


3

MOVE IT

Mobile-based registering of pregnancies, recording of births, deaths and cause-of-death, using text messaging system.

http://www.who.int/healthmetrics/news/MOVE_IT_Africa_Board_Paper_21.2.12.pdf



Civil Registration

Ghana

4

Project Mwana

Mobile application based on RapidSMS, used by community health workers (CHWs) to register new births and monitor community health events related to malaria, diarrhoea, and immunizations in children under five years old and expectant mothers.

http://projectmwana.posterous.com/



Civil Registration

Malawi

5

Universal Birth Registration

Mobile birth registration system focused on informing and educating the public about the birth registration processes.

http://plan-international.org/


birthregistration

Civil Registration

Liberia

6

Aceh Besar midwives

Mobile phones to improve the quality of health services and reinforce positive health behaviour change, such as child spacing.

http://www.mobileactive.org/files/file_uploads/final-paper_chib.pdf



SMS health education

Indonesia

7

AMUA

SMS is used to send monthly service reports for 12 services in a single text, using a numeric code. Data can be viewed on a Web-based real time reporting system, and exported as PDF or CSV files.

http://mariestopes.org/ShowContent.aspx?id=430



Health Management Information System (HMIS)

India

8

ChildCount+

Mobile application based on RapidSMS to monitor children under five years old.

http://www.childcount.org/



m-Health for data collection

Community-based healthcare delivery



Kenya

9

CycleTel: Family Planning via Mobile Phones

Standard Days Method (SDM) displayed directly to a user's cell phone. SDM is a fertility awareness-based method that requires the user to avoid unprotected sex during days 8-19 of her menstrual cycle.

http://www.coregroup.org/storage/CycleTel_mHealth_WG_Jan2011-1.pdf



SMS-based Public Health Information and Education

India

10

e-IMCI

Electronic job aid on PDA to improve adherence to the Integrated Management of childhood Illness (IMCI) protocols.

http://www.d-tree.org/our-projects/


imci-tanzania/

Point-of-care support and diagnosis

Tanzania

11

mCare

Mobile phone and database technologies used to improve registration and monitoring of pregnancies, as well as neonatal and post-partum care.

http://www.mobileaware.com/solutions/mobile-self-service/



m-Health for Data collection

Community-based healthcare



Bangladesh

12

M-CHANJO

Mobile health application that seeks to reduce the rate of child mortality. The system works by sending automated reminders via SMS to parents to keep them informed on any future immunization dates and appointments for their children.

http://mchanjo.org/



Child Death Surveillance

SMS health education and reminder



Kenya

13

Medic mobile (Frontline SMS)

Mobile-based technology to bridge between patients and physician, mainly for family planning and maternal and child care services.

http://medic.frontlinesms.com/



Patient monitoring

Bangladesh

14

mUbuzima

Cell phones are used to enable community health workers (CHWs) to provide real-time data concerning community health indicators.

http://mubuzima.gov.rw



Data collection

Rwanda

15

SMS alerts for Infant vaccinations

e-Vaccination Alert System connected to 'Hospital Kiosks' where parents register the birth of their child. Alerts on vaccination dates and details on their importance will be automatically sent to the mobile phone numbers of parents.

http://www.healthunbound.org/content/sms-alerts-infant-vaccinations



SMS health education

Point-of-care support



India

16

AMANECE

Mobile phones are used to detect warning signs and typical symptoms of high-risk pregnancies, to support primary health workers in providing monitoring and follow-up for high-risk pregnancy cases, and to ensure timely obstetric and newborn care interventions.

http://www.salud.carlosslim.org/SoluInte/amanece/Paginas/AMANECE.aspx



Patient monitoring

Point-of-care support and diagnosis



Mexico

17

ASARA-HMRI

Telemedicine pilot project aimed at reducing maternal mortality among remote tribal women.

http://www.hmri.in/oursolutions-telemedicine.html



Remote monitoring

Diagnosis and treatment support



Kenya

18

BabySMS

Free SMS-based pregnancy advice service to help raise awareness and encourage expectant mothers to attend clinic visits regularly.

http://babysms.mobi/index.php



SMS health education

SMS reminder



South Africa

19

Cellphone4HIV

SMS is used to expand the uptake of HIV testing and follow-up in PMTCT.

http://www.cell-life.org/



Patient monitoring and support

SMS health education



South Africa

20

Changamka Medical Smart Card

Smart Card provides sustainable financing for delivery, and post-natal services at participating facilities.

http://changamka.co.ke/



Mobile financial services

Kenya

21

CommCare

CHWs use electronic forms to access real-time guidance through key counselling points, decision support, and simple referral algorithms.

http://www.CommCareHQ.org



Health Management Information System (HMIS)

Patient monitoring

Point-of-care support and diagnosis


17 countries in Africa, Asia, and America

22

CliniPak

Automatic text message reminders for patients receiving ongoing treatment and for mothers requiring post-natal care for themselves and their infants.

http://www.vecnacares.org/technology/index.shtml



Point-of-care support and diagnosis

Medication reminder



Kenya

23

E-HealthPoint

Tele-medical services providing referrals to district-based hospitals for situations like childbirth, acute trauma, heart attack, cancer, and accident related emergencies.

http://www.ehealthpoint.com/



Patient monitoring

Point-of-care support and diagnosis



India

24

FANC

Short Messaging Service (SMS) platform that allows for two-way exchange of key FANC messages between health personnel and pregnant women.

http://www.fanc-africa.org/



SMS health education

Kenya

25

GlobalMama

Blog dedicated to maternal health.

http://blogs.medscape.com/mhtfglobalmama



Health education

Global

26

HealthLine

Toll-free number for health workers to learn about a variety of topics through audio transmission in native language.

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~healthline/



Health helplines

Pakistan

27

Health Systems 20/20

Mobile based financial services for interventions in financing, governance, operations, and capacity building to strengthen health systems.

http://www.healthsystems2020.org/



Mobile financial services

Global

28

inSCALE

Mobile based system to improve support supervision, data submission with automated individual feedback and regular motivational messages on how to improve performance and appropriate treatment of children.

http://www.malariaconsortium.org/inscale/pages/implementation-sites/uganda



Health education

Uganda

Mozambique



29

Jaroka Tele-Health care Services for Lady Health Workers

Mobile platforms to extend (1) tele-healthcare based services including SMS, MMS, GPRS/Edge and VSAT, (2) medical advice to LHW in the field by connecting them to a network of specialists.

http://tele-healthcare.org/implementation/jaroka-tele-healthcare-in-rural-mardan/



Telemedicine

Point-of-care support and diagnosis

e-Diagnosis


Pakistan

30

KimMNCHip

Mobile health initiative to offer pregnant women in Kenya more choice, control and care during their pregnancy, and improved medical care for women and their babies during and after delivery.

http://www.ghf12.org/?p=2154



Patient monitoring

Point-of-care support and diagnosis

Maternal and Child Death Surveillance


Kenya

31

mDhil

Health information via SMS as well as original health videos viewable on mobile phones, including maternal health.

http://www.mdhil.com/



SMS health education

India

32

MoTech

Mobile based health system improving management patient data, improving worker performance, and providing last-mile supply chain and patient adherence.

http://www.grameenfoundation.org/what-we-do/technology/mobile-health



m-Health for CHW Training

Data collection

Diagnosis and treatment support


Ghana

33

Pesinet

Mobile phone-based system monitoring information on mother and child health.

http://www.pesinet.org/



Maternal and Child death surveillance

Monitoring and evaluation



Mali

34

RAFT

Tele-expertise, ultrasonography with remote supervision by specialists, particularly for supporting diagnosis for pregnant woman, and collaborative development of educational on-line material.

http://raft.hcuge.ch/



Remote monitoring

e-Diagnosis

Patient monitoring and support

Monitoring and evaluation

Health Education

Point-of-care support



Congo-Brazzaville

+ 17 countries in Africa



35

RapidSMS

SMS based system to track pregnancies and support maternal, neonatal and early child health.

http://rapidsms.moh.gov.rw/



Monitoring and evaluation

SMS reminder



Rwanda

36

RHEA

Health information system to improve maternal and child care in Rwanda at health centre level. http://rhea.jembi.org

Monitoring and evaluation

Rwanda

37

SHINE

Web and mobile-based system addressing the data management needs of doctors, nurses, midwives and allied health professionals. https://www.shine.ph/

Data collection

Health Information System



Philippines

38

SMART

Small battery-operated printers program to receive and print early infant diagnosis test results to strengthen early infant diagnosis services by speeding up results delivery and treatment eligibility. http://www.sms2printer.co.uk/pages.php?pageref=clinton-foundation_3

Diagnosis for treatment support

Monitoring and evaluation



Mozambique

Papua New Guinea

Cameroon

Zimbabwe

Tanzania

Ethiopia

Malawi

Kenya


Uganda

39

SMS Tech for Health txt4Enat

Mobile based system to inform women about pregnancy and collect information transmitted via the handsets to a central computer system. https://smsinaction.crowdmap.com/reports/view/162

Point-of-care support

Monitoring and evaluation




Ethiopia

40

Text4baby

SMS based system providing new and expectant mothers with information.
http://text4baby.org

SMS health education

Global

41

TulaSalud

Telemedicine and mobile phones for remote diagnostic and decision-making support from physicians in urban centre and receive calls from people in communities seeking for care.
http://www.tulasalud.org

Telemedicine

m-Health for CHW

Training


Guatemala

42

UNICEF Reminder Mother System

Mobile phones to increase antenatal care and prevention of mother to child transmission by educating communities.
http://www.texttochange.com

Health education

SMS reminder



Uganda

43

Wawared

Mobile technology solutions to support maternal and child care by improving access to health services for low-income pregnant women. http://www.wawared.andeanquipu.org/

Diagnosis and point-of-care support

Monitoring and evaluation



Peru

44

Wazazi Nipendeni

Free SMS service for expectant mothers and families that provides appointment reminders and tips on keeping mothers and newborns healthy. http://www.texttochange.org

SMS Health education

SMS reminder



Tanzania

45

Wired Mothers

SMS reminders to pregnant women for care appointments. http://www.enrecahealth.dk/archive/ffuproposal09wiredmothers.doc/

SMS reminder

m-Health for CHW



Training

Tanzania


Annex IV: Composition of the Rapporteur Group for Question 14-3/2





Question

Title of the Question/Role

Name/Country/Organization

Focal Point

Question 14-3/2

Information and Telecommunications for
e-Health





Mr H. Eskandar




Rapporteur

Mr Leonid Androuchko (Dominic Foundation)







Vice-Rapporteur

Dr Malina Jordanova, MD, PhD, Space Research & Technology Institute, BAS, Bulgaria







Vice-Rapporteur

Ms Tania Logbo Allomo, Côte d'Ivoire







Vice-Rapporteur

Mr Abdoulaye. Kébé, Guinea







Vice-Rapporteur

Dr. Isao Nakajima, MD, PhD, Tokai University, School of Medicine, Japan







Vice-Rapporteur

Dr Mikhail Natenzon, TANA, Russian Federation







Vice-Rapporteur

Mr Arikan Dalkiliç, Türk Telekom Group, Turkey







Vice-Rapporteur

Mr Turhan Muluk, Intel Corporation, United States of America





Annex V: Glossary


EC – European Commission

EU – European Union

GDP – Gross Domestic Product

GNI – Gross National Income

ICT – Information and Communication technology

IMF – International Monetary Fund

IT – Information Technology

ITU – International telecommunication Union

ROI – Return of Investment

TSA – Telecare Services Association

UN – United Nations

UNDP – United Nations Development Programme

WHO – World Health Organization

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1 http://who.int/ehealth/resources/compendium2012/en/index.html


2 http://idbdocs.iadb.org/wsdocs/getdocument.aspx?docnum=1861959


3 http://www.outgrid.eu/public/outgrid/download/homepage/T23010000170001PDFE.pdf


4 Раздел 1.5-7 вклада: M. Йорданова1, Л. Андрушко2, 1Институт космических исследований и технологий, Болгарская академия наук, Болгария, заместитель Докладчика2, Международный университет в Женеве, Фонд Доминика, Швейцария, Докладчик по Вопросу 14-3/2 – Электросвязь в здравоохранении.


1 Вклад: Л. Андрушко1, И. Накаджима2, M. Йорданова3, 1Международный университет в Женеве, Фонд Доминика, Швейцария, Докладчик по Вопросу 14-3/2 – Электросвязь в здравоохранении; 2Токайский университет, Медицинский факультет, Япония, заместитель Докладчика; 3Институт космических исследований и технологий, Болгарская академия наук, Болгария, заместитель Докладчика.


2 www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/techwatch/Pages/ehealth-standards.aspx


3 Вклад: Балджит Сингх Беди, Советник по медицинской информатике, Центр разработки перспективных компьютерных систем (CDAC), организация при Министерстве связи и ИТ (MCIT), правительство Индии. См. Документ RGQ14.3.2-INF-0024.


4 Вклад Малины Йордановой (Malina Jordanova), Институт космических исследований и технологий, Болгарская академия наук, Болгария.


5 Хани Эскандар (Hani Eskandar), Координатор БРЭ по Вопросу 14-3/2, ITU/BDT/IEE/CYB, Швейцария. См. Документ RGQ14.3.2-C-0022.


6 Проекты электронного здравоохранения, перечисленные в этой таблице, более подробно описываются в Приложении III. Номера в скобках соответствуют номеру проекта в Приложении III.


7 http://www.everywomaneverychild.org/resources/un-commission-on-life-saving-commodities/life-saving-commodities.


1 Автор вклада: Юити Исибаси, медицинский факультет Токийского университета, Япония. См. Документ RGQ14.3.2-INF-0022.


1 Вклад: Л. Андрушко1, И. Накаджима2, M. Йорданова3, 1Международный университет в Женеве, Фонд Доминика, Швейцария, Докладчик по Вопросу 14-3/2 – Электросвязь в здравоохранении.


2 Хани Эскандар, координатор БРЭ по Вопросу 14-3/2, ITU/BDT/IEE/CYB. См. Документ SG02-C-0182.


0 Contribution: Guillermo Bill, Telehealth Network of the América, Argentina. See document 2/205


0 Contribution: Syed Muhammad Baqui Billah, MHFW, Bangladesh. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0023


0 Contribution: Policy Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Division, Ghana Health Service. See document RGQ14.3.2-C-0012


0 Lemotomo St Alban, Ministère chargé des Postes, Télécommunications et des Nouvelles Technologies, République Centrafricaine. See document SG02-C-0217


0 Logbo-Allomo Tania, ATCI, Côte d'Ivoire. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0002


0 Kébé Abdoulaye, ARPT, Guinée. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0001


0 Contribution: S.K. Mishra, Department of Endocrine Surgery & School of Telemedicine & Biomedical Informatics, SGPGIMS, Lucknow, India. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0004


0 Contribution: Andriyan Bayu Suksmono and Tati LR Mengko, School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0007


0 Contribution: Utoro Sastrokusumo, Andriyan Bayu Suksmono, Antonius Darma Setiawan Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia. See document RGQ14.3.2-C-0007


0 Contribution: Chynara Suiumbaeva, ICTD component coordinator, Democratic Governance Programme, UNDP Kyrgyzstan. See document SG02-C-0202


0 Contribution: Go Maeno, FUJITSU LIMITED, Japan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0019


0 Soha Saifeddine, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, Lebanon. See document SG02-C-0210


0 Contribution: Ousmane Ly, Agence Nationale de Télésanté et d’Informatique Médicale (ANTIM), Mali. See document SG02-C-0186


0 Contribution: Yaya Arouna, Telecom Engineer, Multisectoral Regulatory Authority (ARM), Niger. See document
SG02-C-017

0

Plan for the implementation of a governmental intranet. http://www.pnud.ne/RaportplanNICI.pdf.

0

Strategic plan for the development of e-health in ECOWAS – 2011 to 2013.

0

http://www.sante.gov.ml/docs/PSDC_OOAS_1er_fevrier2011.pdf.

0

Asif Zafar Malik, Professor of Surgery, Holy Family Hospital, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0003

0
 Contribution: Deogratius A. Moyo, Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA), Tanzania (United Republic of). See document SG02-C-0228

0
 Contribution: Arikan Dalkilic, Turk Telekom Group, Turkey. See document SG02-INF-0058

0

See document SG02-INF-0056

0
 Contribution: Moses Okello, Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), Uganda. See document SG01-INF-0017

0
 Contribution: Mirodil Baymukhamedov, Ministry of Health, Uzbekistan. See document SG02-INF-0039

0
 Contribution: Beaton Sibulowa, Ministry of Transport, Works, Supply and Communication, Zambia. See document SG02-C-0215

0
 L. Lhotska (1, 2), M. Bursa (2), and M. Huptych (2) 1 Czech Society for Biomedical Engineering and Medical Informatics & 2 Czech Technical University in Prague, Department of Cybernetics, Czech republic. See document RGQ14.3.2-C-0014

0

Shigehiko Yasumura, Fujitsu Limied, Japan. See document SG02-C-0184

0

Isao Nakajima, Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, School of Medicine, Tokai University, Japan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0012

0

Keisuke Ogawa, KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc., Tokai University, Graduate School of Medicine, Japan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0013

0

Yhuko Ogata, MITLA Co., Japan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0014

0
 Masayuki Hashimoto, KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc., Japan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0016

0
 Masayuki Hashimoto, KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc., Japan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0015

0
 Kenei Shie, Guoliang Wang, Yang Yang, ViewSend ICT Co., Ltd., Tokyo Japan. See document RGQ14.3.2-INF-0017

0
 Ms Mayumi Yamauchi, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan and Mr Hideo Imanaka, NTT, Japan. See document 2/207

0
 See document RGQ14.3.2-C-0024

0

Contribution: Lim Hyoung-Do, SK Telecom, Korea (Rep. of). See document 2/175

0
 Contribution: Government ICT Strategy and Performance Management (ISPM), Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), Singapore. See document RGQ14.3.2-C-0018

0
 See document 2/332

0
 See document 2/INF/87


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