Tagged in OpenSRP Enterprise
Tech - November 14, 2023
OpenSRP 2 launches in Uganda — the world’s first live FHIR-Native Android App
Ona proudly unveils the groundbreaking rebirth of OpenSRP 2. After introducing the platform earlier this year, we reached another milestone in October when the Electronic Community Health Information System (eCHIS) launched in Uganda with over 1300 CHWs.
Tech - October 27, 2023
From e-Chaos to sustainable health impact with FHIR
Despite remarkable progress in digital health, we believe the industry faces significant obstacles to greater impact if we continue with business as usual — and instead propose a holistic solution built around the FHIR standard.
Press - June 19, 2023
Presenting OpenSRP at FHIR DevDays 2023
Last week we had the pleasure of presenting on OpenSRP in Liberia at FHIR DevDays 2023. We received great questions and a lot of interest in our work build and deploying an Android-based FHIR application to real world users. Take a look at the slides we presented below. Please reach out to use if you
Tech - May 12, 2023
Adopting the WHO Antenatal Care SMART Guidelines to Indonesia
As countries embark on digitalizing the health sector to achieve universal health coverage, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched the SMART — Standards-based, Machine-readable, Adaptive, Requirements-based, and Testable — Guidelines approach to optimize the adoption of WHO guidelines through digital systems.
Work - April 10, 2023
Announcing OpenSRP 2: the next gen digital health app
Ona is excited to announce the next version of OpenSRP, a Global Good for Health. The culmination of three years of work, OpenSRP 2 is a FHIR-native digital health app that supports the WHO Smart Guidelines.
Perspective - March 10, 2023
Sri Lanka’s digital health blueprint highlights the power of FHIR
For two weeks in February the Ona team traveled to Sri Lanka to build and deploy a FHIR native app for diabetes screening. We are collaborating with the Health Information Systems Programme Sri Lanka (HISP SL), the Sri Lanka Ministry of Health, and the World Diabetes Foundation (WDF).
Work - November 07, 2022
OpenSRP for health digitalization in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan
We contributed to a WHO Bulletin article examining OpenSRP’s real world impact in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Pakistan when transitioning from paper to digital-based health systems. The study covered training and monitoring 65 health workers across three countries from 2014 to 2018.
Tech - October 05, 2022
Introducing mobile mapping on OpenSRP FHIR to support precision healthcare
We’re delighted to add Kujaku, an Android GeoJSON mapping library, to the OpenSRP FHIR Core community health management app. Check out the demo walkthrough above, which shows a map of households color coded by urgency of health visit, then continue reading to learn how we envision this technology to be used for precision healthcare.
Work - September 27, 2022
Transforming RDTs for Precision Public Health
Over the past four years, we applied an investment from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to establish open guidelines for the hardware of rapid diagnostic tests, the software that interprets them, and the health information systems that use these test results to better guide care. We recently published our findings in JMIR Biomedical Engineering.
Work - August 18, 2022
Why the WHO SMART Guidelines and FHIR are necessary for universal health access
Half of the world’s population is unable to obtain essential health services or the typical healthcare services offered in large facilities. The rise of community health workers and community health service programs have been transformative, but they are at the limits of their ability to improve outcomes.