Digital Health Compendium

Harnessing the Power of Digital Health Technology for Family Planning and Reproductive Health

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What Is Digital Health?


Target Users: WHO classifies digital health interventions based on four categories of intended users.  Learn more about WHO’s Classification of Digital Health Interventions.

Enabling Environment Building Blocks: The digital health enabling environment consists of interrelated building blocks that support a robust national digital health ecosystem and the individual applications and systems that work within it. Learn more in the National eHealth Strategy Toolkit from WHO and the International Telecommunications Union.

Family Planning Program Classification: Digital health applications in family planning programs can be broadly classified as those affecting demand generation, service delivery, supply chain management, and the policy and enabling environment.

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PSI Social Business Unit’s Strategy to Deliver SRHR Products to Consumers’ Front Door During the COVID-19 Pandemic New

A global Digital Acceleration Strategy (DAS) that leverages digital channels including social media, telemedicine, e-counseling, and e-pharmacy platforms to safely continue providing consumers with sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) self-care information, connecting clients to care, and delivering high-quality products during the COVID-19 pandemic. Drawing on the learnings from the DAS, PSI will be expanding its digital work to a holistic sexual health and wellness offering through the launch of VIYA, PSI's first global lifestyle brand.

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Kampala Emergency Digital Transport System (KEDTS) New

A free online referral platform in Kampala, Uganda that providers referrals between health facilities and from the community.

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YAhealth (Youth and Adolescent Health) New

An innovative mobile and web application for accessing information on adolescent family planning and sexual and reproductive health.

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Sauti Plus USSD New

An innovative platform by Reach A Hand Uganda (RAHU) leveraging an Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) code to allow users access to family planning and sexual reproductive health (SRH) information and services, referral, and linkage to health facilities.

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A mobile health platform that connects refugees to life-saving preventative care including prenatal check-ups, childhood vaccinations, and other health services in Turkey.

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A telehealth approach that helps community health workers provide basic health services, sexual and reproductive health services, and products to communities in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and Burundi.

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