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People delivering care deserve the best software
The Medic Mobile toolkit combines decision support for frontline care, prioritization for home visits and follow-ups, smart messaging, and actionable analytics for managers. The tools we build are free, open-source, and deployed at scale in the last mile of healthcare. Evidence-based workflows come together in the software to support health workers and families – helping to ensure safe deliveries, track outbreaks, treat illnesses door-to-door, keep stock of essential medicines, communicate about emergencies, and more.
We can help you deliver Medic Mobile to health workers
Medic Mobile helps partners assess opportunities for their health system, choose and configure the right tools for health workers, design workflows, train local staff on our toolkit, deliver our tools to health workers, monitor programs, and evaluate impact.
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Designing for Health Workers
At Medic Mobile, health workers are at the center of everything we do. Before building or deploying any technology, we get to know the people who will use and benefit from an improved health system. Our team designs workflows and tools to achieve greater health coverage and improved health equity in the communities they serve.
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Author, Alix Emden, August 24, 2017
Talking innovations and impact: Reflections from 2017 Gavi INFUSE workshop
Author, Alix Emden, August 09, 2017
Leveraging high mobile phone penetration for timely and complete child immunization in Nepal
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