As articulated in the 3rd Sustainable Development Goal, good health and well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development and as such should be available to every human being on our planet. Since the turn of the century much work has been done to increase life expectancy, reduce child and maternal mortality, increase access to clean water and sanitation, reduce malaria, tuberculosis, polio and the spread of HIV/AIDS. However, many more must be done on the part of the international community to achieve good health and well-being at all ages for all. Eighty percent of the deaths of children under five occur in Africa and Southeast Asia, in developing countries the maternal mortality rate is still 14 times the rate in developed countries, gender inequalities lead to discrimination & violence toward women & girls putting them at greater risk for HIV infection , and HIV is the leading cause of death for women of reproductive age.
At OpenWise, our technologist and public health professionals have a particular expertise in analyzing how technology can aid in a larger public health strategy, and helping government, donors and NGOs execute on an integrated technology strategy. We have the technology experience, health expertise, and partner network, to make any eHealth project or program a success, whether it’s aiding in the data collection and analysis of current public health efforts, design and deployment of Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems at an individual site level, strategy and implementation for regional or national Electronic Health Management Information Systems (eHMIS), or designing and deploying the use of mobile Health (mHealth) in communities.
Open Standards & Open Source
All of our work is done using open standards and open source. This is to make sure our customers have all the benefits that open source software provides including constant software improvements, greater security, control/full data ownership, greater interoperability and lower total cost of ownership. Find out more.
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