Achieving universal health coverage requires digital technologies that can transform the way health data is collected and used and contribute to more equitable, rights-based health policies and primary health care services for pregnant women. This project will help expand the functionalities of the BornFyne-prenatal mangement system's antenatal care feature which is a two-way interactive platform. The BornFyne-antenatal care feature was designed adapting components of the WHO focused antenatal care package. The platform currently uses a strafication system to flags high risk pregnancy during antnatal care visits. This project will enable an expansion of these features and the functionality by incoporating components of the WHO digital adaptation kit for antenatal care.BornFyne project is being implemented by Denis and Lenora Foretia Foundation Cameroon in collaboration with University of Ottawa in Cameroon and Zambia and has the epertise and capacity to deliver.
Notice F0: Reference implementation of the World Health Organization Antenatal Care Digital Adaption Kit
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Everwell Health Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (“Everwell”) is excited to submit this concept note to Digital Square in support of Notice F0: Implementation of the World Health Organization Antenatal Care Digital Adaptation Kit.
We propose to enhance our platform, the Everwell Hub, 1) to support antenatal care management as per the WHO Antenatal Care Digital Adaption Kit and 2) enable sophisticated case management for pregnant women with pre-existing conditions/ comorbidities in a single platform. While the Hub is fully featured and in use in 15 countries across multiple diseases supporting nearly 2.6 Million registrations per year, the current structure is not adapted for antenatal care and supports one disease/ condition at a time. This proposal outlines enhancements that will enable us to create workflow based systems and empower users to track complex pregnancy journeys and also manage multiple medical treatments such as TB, HIV, diabetes for pregnant women within a single web and mobile user interface.
This project will expand the functionality of Tamanu, our patient-level electronic medical record, to address the healthcare needs of expectant mothers in line with the World Health Organization’s Digital Adaption Kit focused on Antenatal Care. BES designed Tamanu and has led its successful implementation in Fiji, Samoa, and Nauru, alongside other digital health solutions we have delivered across more than 12 countries in Asia, Africa, and the Pacific region.
E-Heza Data Solutions is a point-of-care digital health platform that improves maternal health outcomes by increasing a woman’s engagement in her care, easing workloads for frontline health workers, improving quality of care through implementation of best practice World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines, and promoting accurate data collecting and reporting while strengthening existing electronic medical record (EMRs) systems. E-Heza aims to be a reference implementation for the WHO Digital Adaptation Kit (DAK) for Antenatal Care (ANC) by aligning with the DAK while improving shelf-readiness by aligning with Instant OpenHIE to add an interoperability in order to provide a deployable package that can easily share data with other software.
The scope of the project in its entirety is based on the reference implementation of Digital Adaptation Kit focused on Antenatal Care (ANC). Aim is to create a digital software solution which encompasses the complete ANC life cycle as specified in the WHO ANC FHIR IG.
The creation of a digital software solution shall catalyze the adoption of the WHO ANC guidelines, by the digital health systems globally. It shall support clinical informed decision making by the individuals, health workers in the healthcare system. It shall act as an enabler to strengthen the healthcare delivery services and continuity of care.
Our team’s cross-functional composition (FHIR and clinical domain specifically) will add value to the implementation process.