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Digital Health Compendium: Pagpapakita ng Mga Digital na Solusyon para sa Family Planning at Reproductive Health

Bagama't ang mga pamumuhunan sa mga digital na solusyon sa kalusugan para sa boluntaryong pagpaplano ng pamilya ay lumawak nang husto, impormasyon sa kung ano ang gumagana (at kung ano ang hindi) ay palaging nakasabay. The Digital Health Compendium curates the latest results from projects using digital technology to inform the adoption and scale-up of successful family planning approaches, as well as encouraging learning and adaptation from approaches that were less successful.

Sa Oktubre 2020, ang Proyekto ng PACE, funded by the U.S. Ahensya para sa Internasyonal na Pag-unlad (SINABI MO), launched the Digital Health Compendium, an interactive site enabling users to explore case studies across a range of digital health solutions to enhance voluntary family planning programs in low and middle-income countries.

As countries transition from paper to digital systems, voluntary family planning programs can benefit from unprecedented opportunities to improve services. Investments in digital health solutions have expanded exponentially, but information on what works—and what does not—remains limited and scattered. This compendium aims to consolidate emerging information on applying digital technology in voluntary family planning programs to inform the adoption and scale-up of successful approaches, as well as encourage learning and adaptation from approaches that were less successful.

The WHO Family Planning Reference App built on OpenSRP
WHO's Accelerator Kits and reference modules aim to give countries the tools and means to more easily and efficiently adapt their guidelines.

The compendium lets a user easily search for case studies based on several factors:

  • Target user for each digital health intervention
  • Building block for the digital health enabling environment
  • Family planning program classification
  • Country location

Case studies are submitted by implementing organizations and designed to provide insights into real-world applications of digital health to inform current and future programs.

DHC Interactive Map
An interactive map allows users to see where case studies have been conducted.

The compendium will be updated regularly with new case studies. Mag-sign up to receive notifications when new case studies are added, o contact PACE to submit your own. PACE will share a simple template to frame your submission, including the following core components:

  • Partner information
  • Geographic scope
  • Digital health intervention and enabling environment classifications
  • Digital health solution overview
  • Program/project context
  • Evaluation and results data
  • Lessons learned
  • Mga konklusyon
  • References
  • Photos

To accelerate the adoption of digital technology in family planning programs, we need more data and information on the challenges, pagkakataon, scalability, and results. Submitting information into the Compendium on your project’s use of digital health for family planning is an opportunity to share your learnings with a broad audience of development partners and country stakeholders, and generate insights that support decision-making about current and future programs based on promising practices and real-life lessons.

Toshiko Kaneda, PhD

Senior Research Associate, Mga Programang Pandaigdig, Kawanihan ng Sanggunian ng Populasyon (PRB)

Toshiko Kaneda is a senior research associate in International Programs at the Population Reference Bureau (PRB). Sumali siya sa PRB 2004. Kaneda has 20 years’ experience conducting research and demographic analysis. She has written numerous policy publications and peer-reviewed articles on topics such as reproductive health and family planning, noncommunicable diseases, population aging, and health care access. Kaneda directs data analysis for the World Population Data Sheet and provides technical guidance on demographic and statistical methods within PRB, as well as to external partners. She also directs the policy communications training program at PRB, supported by the National Institutes of Health. Bago sumali sa PRB, Kaneda was a Bernard Berelson Fellow at the Population Council. She holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was also a predoctoral trainee at the Carolina Population Center.

Krissy Celentano

May-ari, Pagkonsulta sa Koralaide

Krissy Celentano, may-ari ng Koralaide Consulting, ay isang digital na health project manager at ekspertong teknikal na may higit sa sampung taon na nagtatrabaho sa patakaran, pamamahala, koordinasyon, Tulong teknikal, at madiskarteng pagpaplano sa mataas, mababa, at mga bansang nasa gitna ng kita. Dati siyang nagsilbi bilang Senior Health Information Systems Advisor sa U.S. Ahensya para sa Internasyonal na Pag-unlad (SINABI MO) sa Opisina ng HIV/AIDS. Pinamunuan niya ang Health Informatics Work Group ng Ahensya, pinangunahan ang panloob na mga pagsisikap sa pagbuo ng kapasidad, pinamahalaan ang digital health field champions community of practice, nagbigay ng tulong teknikal sa bansa, pati na rin ang pagsuporta sa pagbuo ng isang digital na diskarte sa kalusugan. Pinangasiwaan din ni Krissy ang isang data system na sumusuporta sa interagency HIV/AIDS data collection at analysis para ipaalam ang mga desisyon sa patakaran at pagpopondo. Bago sumali sa USAID, Naglingkod si Krissy sa ilang mga kapasidad sa Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology sa U.S. Kagawaran ng Kalusugan at Serbisyong Pantao. Si Krissy ay kasalukuyang Adjunct Professor ng Health Informatics sa George Washington University at sa Massachusetts College of Pharmacy at Health Services., pati na rin ang, isang emeritus Advisory Board na miyembro ng Global Digital Health Network.

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