This webinar gathers experienced practitioners and experts to discuss how involving end-users during eHealth design can help create better solutions that increase quality of health service delivery. Many eHealth implementation projects in lower and middle income countries (LMICs) lack time and resources needed to conduct user-centered design activities and training. This leads to poor system design and performance - and, potentially, increased workload for the healthcare workers.
Community health workers often work in underserved communities providing services such as public health education, preventive health care, referrals, follow ups, and assisting clients to navigate the healthcare system. Involving the CHWs more during design and implementation of technology can help raise the quality of health service delivery for large parts of the populations in LMICs, and also help bridge the gap to the communities for more involvement of the healthcare recipients.
The webinar will present various cases from the HISP network (Health Information Systems Program) of involvement of the community during eHealth implementation.
Click here for more details and register to the BETTEReHEALTH Online Community* and to the webinar at community.betterehealth.eu. We look forward meeting you on April 12th!
*The BETTEReHEALTH Online Community allows you to register, create your profile and start networking and connecting (via messaging or live video meetings) with eHealth / Digital Health stakeholders from Africa & Europe and participate in regular webinars. It will become a continuous online network that helps you to pick up useful information, identify new contacts and partnership opportunities, and establish new collaboration or business activities.