Area of focus
Global implementation support, usability and requirements management, capacity development (Directory in the wiki, E-Learning course)
Modular Transformation of the Source Code
Regional capacity development in Asia, promotion and introduction of openIMIS, collaboration with academia
Implementation of openIMIS, strategic collaboration and advisory services for the further development of openIMIS beyond the health sector
PharmAccess aims to make inclusive health markets work and achieve universal health coverage by looking at the whole system. They design interventions to improve the way the system is financed as well as the quality of care that is delivered.
They do this through a number of mechanisms. For one they co-develop low-cost insurance platforms to democratize healthcare in Africa. For another they improve healthcare quality by introducing standards, and develop Care Bundles and use data to improve healthcare outcomes. In addition to this PharmAccess provides loans & business support to help private healthcare businesses to meet Africa’s health demand. Lastly they conduct conduct independent academic research.
Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)
The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. is a global health organization committed to saving lives and reducing the burden of disease in low-and middle-income countries. They work with our partners to strengthen the capabilities of governments and the private sector to create and sustain high-quality health systems that can succeed without our assistance.
Strategic advice on current and future openIMIS functionalities
Software development - interoperability between Bahmni and openIMIS
Implementation - empaneled provider of the national health insurance in Nepal - user of openIMIS.
mTomady builds technology for universal healthcare, ensuring that that everyone, everywhere can access essential quality health services without facing financial hardship by 2030. They work on the basis of the principles of sweeping trnasparency, universal access, cost reduction, advanced technology, and scientific evidence.