Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN)

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Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN)

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Manila, Philippines

Summary

Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) is a collaboration of digital health advocates created by the World Health Organization in 2011 to help Asian countries with digital health development. It has over 1000+ professionals in eHealth, HIS, and CRVS in 25 countries with 21+ development and implementing partners. It has helped build capacity in the region by laying down national health information foundations: governance, architecture, program management, standards and interoperability (Mind the GAPS Playbook).

Roles

https://openimis.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/OP/pages/589561913

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Key Contacts

@Alvin Marcelo@Kristin Chloe Pascual@Charisse Orjalo

  • Introduction:

    • AeHIN is a collaboration of digital health advocates created by the World Health Organization in 2011 to help Asian countries with digital health development. 

    • It has over 1000+ professionals in eHealth, HIS, and CRVS in 25 countries with 21+ development and implementing partners.

    • Vision: Interoperable digital health systems for universal health coverage and health systems in Asia

    • Mission: Promote learning, resource sharing and knowledge exchange to strengthening digital health through the networking approach

    • It has helped build capacity in the region by laying down national health information foundations: governance, architecture, program management, standards and interoperability (Mind the GAPS Playbook).

  • Digital IMIS experience

    • Building an openIMIS community of practice in Asia

    • Scope

      • Application of openIMIS as an Academic Learning Tool (Primary)

      • Interoperability of openIMIS with Multiple Health Information Systems (Secondary/Upon Request)

  • Key Expertise:

    • Leadership and governance for digital health

    • Capacity-building for digital health (Mind the GAPS Playbook), CRVS, and people identity

    • Knowledge exchange and resource sharing

    • Interoperability through appropriate use of standards





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