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
Application of openIMIS as an Academic Learning Tool (Primary)
Interoperability of openIMIS with Multiple Health Information Systems (Secondary/Upon Request)
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