eHealth solutions for Universal Health Coverage

05 Mar 2019
15:45 - 17:15
AD4

eHealth solutions for Universal Health Coverage

Lightning Oral Session 2


Chair: Dr. Angelique Rwiyereka
Co-Chair: Danny Dubbeldeman – NL
Rapporteur: James Nkale – UG; Vincent Ouma – KE

 

Abstract No. Title Presenter/

Institution/Country

TUABLO18 1 step 4 life (267) Alan White

Interactive Health Ltd, UK

TUABLO19 WhatsApp is What’s Up: how IP messaging is saving lives (279) Marcha Bekker

Praekelt, USA

TUABLO20

 

Implementation of a National Health Observatory: Lessons learned from Rwanda (786) Candide Tran Ngoc

World Health Organization, Rwanda

TUABLO21 Scaling SRHR digital content in Sub-Saharan Africa (280) Marcha Bekker

Praekelt, USA

TUABLO22 Use of malaria normal channels to identify and respond to malaria epidemic in Kisoro district, Uganda (288) Odong Michael Kidega

Amref Health Africa, Uganda

TUABLO23 Tackling childhood pneumonia diagnosis at the root, within community (320) Niels Buning

Philips, The Netherlands

TUABLO24 Improving community TB data capture and use: a case of Global Fund TB project in Kenya (367) Christine Mwamsidu

Amref Health Africa, Kenya

TUABLO25 Sample taxi-ride-sharing technology reduces the time from test to treatment (411) Alvo Ofumane

VillageReach, Mozambique

TUABLO26 The e & mHealth, a major innovation in community health services of Southern Senegal initiated by Amref Health Africa (426) Lo Mouhamed El Bachir

Amref Health Africa, Senegal

 

TUABLO27 Use of data visualization dashboards to improve performance monitoring and data use in health care services management in SW Uganda (456) Wasike Samuel

Amref Health Africa, Uganda

TUABLO28

 

mSCAN – an innovative mobile solution for universal health care coverage (459) Prosper Ahimbisibwe

mSCAN, Uganda

TUABLO29

 

Integrating breastfeeding educators, manual and short message services in promotion of exclusive breastfeeding in Kakamega county (762) Evelyn Shipala Mulunji

County Department of Health,  Kenya

TUABLO30 Medical imaging in hospitalized patients treated for tuberculosis in a reference hospital in Rwanda: a focus on dissemination status (771) Leopold Bitunguhari

University of Rwanda, Rwanda

TUABLO31 Rwanda Health Management Information System (HMIS) data verification: A case of sixty-nine health facilities in four districts of Rwanda (779) Andrew Muhire

Ministry of Health, Rwanda