With an aim to align with the current global trend and terminology, AKDN eHRC is pleased to announce that the official name of the AKDN eHRC is being revised to AKDN Digital Health..
The Aga Khan Development Network Digital Health Resource Centre established an Innovation Lab in 2014 to foster innovative digital health device development. Since then, it has been involved in conducting cutting-edge research to ideate..
In efforts to streamline preparations at the Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) in Karachi for the renewal of Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation that occurs every three years, AKDN dHRC recently developed and launched the AKUH – JCIA App.
In an effort to standardize data collection of deliveries across Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) health facilities, a standard electronic data collection tool, the AKDN Delivery Tool, was developed and implemented by the Aga Khan Development Network Digital Health Resource Centre (AKDN dHRC) after consultation with various stakeholders.
Pakistan has the third highest burden of maternal, fetal and child mortality in the world. Gaps in both health service delivery and policy levels have led to deteriorating Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) outcomes, especially in remote and rural..
Teeko, an mHealth application and web portal, designed and developed by the Aga Khan Development Network Digital Health Resource Centre (AKDN dHRC) in collaboration with the Division of Women and Child Health and the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI), Sind was selected as the winner of the Innovation in Preventive Care category at the Innovating Care Asia Pacific (ICAP) Awards 2017.
In efforts to improve health outcomes for rural and marginalized communities, AKDN dHRC commits itself to research and contributing to the existing body of knowledge in digital health. Recently, AKDN dHRC has co-authored multiple publications in digital health, on various topics such as improving community health outcomes..
In July 2018, the AKDN dHRC team visited Kenya to implement and initiate digital health services at four sites. The Aga Khan Hospital (AKH), Mombasa was connected as a hub site to three spoke sites, Kilifi Health Centre, Akunda Health Centre and Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa for teleconsultation services in dermatology..
In September 2017, the Aga Khan Development Network Digital Health Resource Centre (AKDN dHRC) organized an eHealth workshop, titled eHealth Innovations, at the Kalyon Hotel in..
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