FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 1st March 2020 Dr. Ime Asangansi eHealth4everyone 09021720570 firstname.lastname@example.org eHealth4everyone Launched First-Ever DHIS2 Software As A Service Platform DHIStance set to change DHIS2 use Worldwide Abuja, Nigeria: eHealth4everyone on the 15th of October 2019 announced the launch of DHIStance, an innovative product. DHIStance is the first-ever DHIS2 software[...]
At eHealth for Everyone, we are implementing virtual reality by using digital applications and mobile devices that simulate health care scenarios allowing for high fidelity, high frequency experiences in a safe virtual space.
Our May 2019 DHIS2 Advanced Analytics Training on the Nigerian National Health Management Information System (NHMIS) Our DHIS2 advanced analytics training which was a three-day event kicked off on the 2nd of May, 2019 with twelve (12) trainees in attendance. This training was focused on the Nigerian National Health Management Information System (NHMIS) with the[...]
WHO Regional Office for Africa (WHO AFRO) recognises the critical role innovation plays in addressing some of the health challenges and also accelerating progress in attainment of the desired health outcomes in Africa. The WHO Innovation Challenge was officially launched on 8th November, 2018. The aim of the challenge was to source, select and profile[...]
Our 3 – day beginner-to-advanced DHIS2 training kicked off on the 15th November 2018 with five (5) participants. For this training, Africa’s Public Health Network (APHeN), the first web based public health data forum in Africa offered a 17% discount for the Beginner level training and a 30% discount for the Beginner-to-Advanced level training in[...]
It is the era of data. Big data, machine learning, predictive analytics and data visualization are taking the front seat. Online portals now use shopping data to send targeted ads, even Google is not left behind as it uses its data to enhance their search results. Elections are now based on data. An individual’s data[...]
On March 13th 2018, we commenced our 1-day beginner and 3-day advanced level DHIS2 training with 2 and 8 participants respectively. Participants were from organizations like eHealth Africa, UNFPA, Sight Savers and even private individuals. Two of them registered for the one day beginner level training and at the end of the training, they were[...]
As more countries adopt national-level data-warehouses based on the DHIS2, the need for ensuring robust architectures integrating multiple health information systems has been emphasized. Countries can only achieve national-level data integration by ensuring interoperability between the plethora of ehealth and mhealth software being developed. In Nigeria, as an example, the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH)[...]