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The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) has been supporting the development of the Nepalese health sector since 1994.

The World Health Organization's Department of Digital Health and Innovation sits within the Science Division, led by Chief Scientist. 

PATH's digital and data works is founded on our belief that with the right information in the right hands, every country can accelerate progress towards health equity and the Sustainable Development Goals.

PATH's digital and data works is founded on our belief that with the right information in the right hands, every country can accelerate progress towards health equity and the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Fondation Pierre Fabre is an operating foundation that designs and develops its own programmes with its local partners

Digital Square is a digital health marketplace or "Square" where supply and demand come together to accelerate health equity.
 

The Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC)is the digital health program of CSIRO, and  is the leading national research facility applying information and communication technology to improve health services and clinical treatment for Australians.

In order to make effective use of information in the public health field, the Center for Public Health Informatics conducts a very wide range of research, from the theoretical to the practical.

The Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL) is an independent global alliance funded through a collaboration among the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), and hosted within the UN Foundation in Washington, D.C.

Established on 5th March 1946, FKKMK UGM is the oldest medical faculty in Indonesia. At the age of 72 years in 2018, the vision and mission of FKKMK UGM cannot be separated from its university, which are becoming a world-class medical school, innovative and has a superior service to the nation and humanity.

Health Information Unit of the Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka is the focal point for Digital Health activities in the country’s healthcare system.

IHE International is a standards development organization that publishes implementable, conformance-testable, digital health interoperability specifications.

IHE International is a standards development organization that publishes implementable, conformance-testable, digital health interoperability specifications. 

Service provision through DH and Telemedicine

OpenHIE is a community that builds together based on real world application.

SantéSuite Inc.  (SSI) is a social benefits corporation (B Corp status pending) driven by the “quadruple bottom line” philosophy.  

Simprints is a non-profit technology company from the University of Cambridge.

SNOMED International is a not-for-profit organisation that owns and maintains SNOMED CT

Regional health interoperability lab in Asia powered by the Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) and supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Standards and Interoperability Lab Thailand (SIL-TH) ,one of the AeHIN’s Community of Interoperability Labs (COIL), was formed by a group of public and private health IT professionals who are working and interesting in developing standard-based digital health interoperability platforms for the country.

Smart Healthcare Center of Excellence Taiwan aim to reach universal health coverage (UHC) and precision healthcare through the innovation technology. and requires “personalized data”, “effective analysis”, and “disease prevention” to achieve all aspects of health care. SHCE-Taiwan trust that integrated all of personal information for precision medicine and healthcare that will contribute to reach personal health management, good health and well-being of the patients

Transform Health is a coalition of organisations dedicated to achieving UHC in the digital age.

The University of Malaya eHealth Initiative aims to use information and communications technology to improve healthcare for patients and the community.

District Health Information Software 2 (DHIS2) is an open source, web-based health management information system (HMIS) platform.

The WHO Collaborating Centre on eHealth conducts digital health research and development in the integration of citizen and community engagement, capability maturity of health organisations to implement and evaluate digital health practice and policy to achieve and sustain integrated person-centred health services that are safe and effective, accessible, equitable and culturally appropriate.

In February 2020, Evidence Aid started to collect and house a library of external resources related to the pandemic. Following the worsening of the pandemic, Evidence Aid started to gather and summarise systematic reviews of relevance - both directly and indirectly - to the pandemic.

GG56 was established in 2019 with the mission of leveraging big data, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technology to create better experiences for tourists around the world.