This page contains links to digital health resources developed to guide the design, implementation and monitoring of digital health solutions.
Digital Square – https://digitalsquare.org/ Digital Square brings partners together to improve how the global community designs, uses, and pays for digital health tools and approaches.
mHealth Knowledge – https://healthtech4tb.org/?page_id=3018 mHealth Knowledge connects you — global health professionals — to the people, products, and ideas that you need to do your mHealth work effectively.
mHealth Evidence – https://lib.digitalsquare. – mHealth Evidence brings together the world’s literature on mHealth. The collection intends to help program managers, researchers, government leaders, donors, software developers, and other key decision-makers get up to speed on the current state-of-the-art and evidence-based best practices. It includes thousands of bibliographic records of peer-reviewed and gray literature from a variety of income settings.
MAPS toolkit – https://www.who.int – The mHealth Assessment and Planning for Scale (MAPS) Toolkit from the WHO is a comprehensive guide for self-assessment and planning, designed to improve project capacity in order to pursue strategies that increase scale up potential and achieving long-term sustainability.
WHO Digital Health Atlas – https://digitalhealthatlas.org/ – The Digital Health Atlas is a WHO global technology registry platform aiming to strengthen the value and impact of digital health investments, improve coordination, and facilitate institutionalization and scale
Digital Health Index – https://www.digitalhealthindex.org/ – The Global Digital Health Index is an interactive digital resource that tracks, monitors, and evaluates the use of digital technology for health across countries.