Notice D

Notice D for promoting investments in digital health global goods

Digital Square supports investments in digital health global goods, which are tools that are adaptable to different countries and contexts. Mature digital health global good software is software that is (usually) Free and Open Source (FOSS), is supported by a strong community, has a clear governance structure, is funded by multiple sources, has been deployed at significant scale, is used across multiple countries, has demonstrated effectiveness, is designed to be interoperable, and is an emergent standard application.

Click here to access RFA #2019-006: Notice D "Patient-level Indicator Reporting"


Notice D Directions on how to create an account and upload a concept note (video tutorial):


  • April 25 – May 10: Concept Note Development
  • May 13 – May 31: Concept Note Review & Finalization
  • June 10 – July 5: Technical Application Co-Creation
  • July 8 – July 19: Technical Application Comment Period
  • July 22 – August 2: Application Finalization
  • August 5 – August 23: Peer Review Committee Review
  • October: Tentative Date of When Bidders are Notified of Decision

Applications (7 total)

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Policy and Artifact Generator for Integrating Patient-level Indicators Reporting Systems into the National eHealth Program

Two-sentence overview: 

Ministries of Health in Asia have, to some extent, established patient-level indicator reporting systems, albeit fragmented, over the years. This Policy and Artifact Generator Tool consolidates the knowledge base from various frameworks, collects current architectural picture of the country, and creates policies and artifacts which countries can use to establish the foundations for interoperable digital health systems. 

Application Status: 
In Scope - withdraw

Towards an Integrated HIE Approach to Patient-Level Indicator Reporting

Two-sentence overview: 

To support with an integrated approach to patient level monitoring, we propose the use of a health information exchange that supports onboarding of multiple digital health systems through HL7 FHIR-based interfaces, providing a common way to connect and register data to a longitudinal client record, on which indicator calculations are performed.  

This work will be achieved through a consortium of partners working together on a shared vision and architecture, leveraging each partner’s individual strengths while limiting overlap, and optimising investment through an integrated, extensible approach, enhancing existing global goods towards a solution that supports multiple Point of Service applications and Health Information Exchange components able to support patient-level indicator reporting.

Application Status: 
Pending Review & Investment