Communications </li></ul>Information<br />Implementation<br />The mHealth Alliance seeks to leverage the global reach of wireless networks and mobile devices to improve health outcomes in underserved communities through co-development and deployment of innovative, interoperable mobile health (mHealth) solutions. <br /> <br /><ul><li>Co-Development
Co-Deployment</li></ul>70% of mobile phones are in <br />emerging economies – <br />and that continues to climb fast <br />- ITU 2010<br />Credit: DataDyne.org<br />Launched in 2009 and supported by a partnership of the United Nations Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, Vodafone Foundation, the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and the GSM Association<br />www.mHealthAlliance.org<br />
Where We Fit<br />Mobility<br />GSMA/CTIA<br />ITU<br />Open Mobile Consortium<br />Vodafone, Airtel MTN, others<br />Samsung, Nokia, Ericsson, Qualcomm, others<br />MobileActive<br />mHealth<br />Alliance<br />Private<br />Public<br />Continua Health Alliance<br />World Health Organization<br />Health IT Companies<br />Apollo Hospitals, Discovery, others <br />National Health Departments<br />OpenMRS<br />J&J, Pfizer, Kaiser Permanente, others <br />International Development Groups<br />Health<br />
MHA principles<br />Open standards<br />Open architectures<br />Interoperable<br />Agnostic on open source/proprietary <br />Eco-system of partners– public and private<br />Access to care, low-resource contexts<br />
Problems we’re solving for<br />Evidence Base<br />Enabling Environments<br />Fragmentation<br />Stakeholders along the continuum of care<br />Business Model development---integration with other verticals, eg. mFinance<br />Connecting unmet needs with developers of solutions---user-led design<br />
Eco-systems for Sustainable Biz Models<br />Network Facilitation Model- Christensen<br />Telcoms<br />Ministries of Health, Private Sector Health<br />Employers<br />Insurance, micro-insurance<br />
Entry Point<br />Maternal-Newborn Mobile Initiative<br />Continuum of Care<br />Value Chain Analysis<br />National Stakeholder Groups<br />Who is doing what, where?<br />Communities of Practice, Evidence base<br />
MMI- Continuum of Care & Support <br />Education & Awareness<br />Diagnostic & Treatment Support<br />Administration & Training<br />Supply Chain Management<br />Finance & Payments<br />Monitoring & Evaluation<br />Provider Continuum of Support<br />
Health System Transformation<br />Diagonally Driven Innovation<br />Beyond another vertical<br />Design for scale from the beginning<br />Big picture with an eye for long-term processes<br />
Enabling Environments<br />mHealth Policies: privacy, security, data policies<br />Intersections with Verticals, eg. mFinance<br />Capacity Building<br />Evaluation Indicators/standards and evidence base commons<br />
www.healthunbound.org<br /><ul><li> HUB is a dynamic online meeting place and connector for those who care about using modern information and communications tools and systems to improve the health of people in low and middle income countries.
HUB aggregates and amplifies existing content, and enables new cross-cutting communities of practice through discussion boards, work spaces, interactive registries of projects and technology, and messaging
HUB facilitates idea exchange and spurs dialogue between the diverse constituencies that need to connect: health practitioners, implementers of health information initiatives, government leaders, NGOs, donors, international organizations, the private sector, and the people they serve.
HUB is a tool for the global community, a project of the mHealth Alliance, the Health Metrics Network and a growing list of partners and participants. </li></ul>HUB:HealthUnBound<br />