Take a look at how the OpenHIE Community is helping to solve health problems and improve outcomes for resource emerging communities across the globe.
What We Do
A two-way communication system that was developed in 2014 to address Ebola in West Africa has been deployed in several countries to serve health workers in crises, including COVID-19, and other messaging needs like routine data collection and disease surveillance.
Newly-launched Human Resources for Health Registry allows for quality data at the fingertips for those who need to make informed decisions, planning, and reporting.
Improving health data sharing to reach more children with life-saving vaccines in Tanzania and Zambia.
Addressing Roadblocks on the pathway to creating a Master Facility List in Mozambique and other countries
The Malawi Ministry of Health Digital Health Division has outlined a national health architecture and is working towards creating a repository for access to information with the ability to do more with this data.
Global goods teamed up to achieve healthcare sustainability and address key issues in HIV care and treatment
Establishing health data exchange architectures, interfaces, and standards that enable data to be accessed and shared appropriately and securely across the complete spectrum of care, within all applicable settings and with all relevant stakeholders so the data can be used and interpreted cohesively culminating in the development of the Nigeria National Data Repository (NDR).
Leveraging local universities: Capacity building for continual and sustainable health service improvement and digitization effort.
Why open health information exchange?
To impact global health outcomes, data needs to be shared and interpreted across clinics, countries, and continents. That’s why OpenHIE values sharing knowledge and building relationships to make health information exchange accessible to all.
A community of practice, built on experience and expertise.
Our growing network of volunteer members and partners work together to support each other and continuously improve what we can offer to global health initiatives.