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Digital Tools for Improving Quality of Care for Children - Shared screen with speaker view
ENGULU PAUL
17:31
Hi Everyone, Am Paul T4D officer- UNICEF Sudan
Yvette Ribaira
17:34
Good morning, afternoon everyone. This is Yvette Ribaira, USAID MIHR Community Health Lead, residing in Madagascar
amadou doucoure
17:51
HELLO NO FRENCH???
Holly Kandel
18:12
Hi everyone, Holly Kandel from CHAI, based in the DRC. I focus on strengthening community health systems in Francophone West & Central Africa
Shihab fadulalmula
18:54
Hi Everyone, Shihab Ibrahim SCI, MENAEE regional office.
Irma Tasya
19:26
Hello...joining from Indonesia
Sv Zens
20:26
Hi, Lana Zens, Im digital rights expert, also focus on the public and private sectors partnerships for responsible business. (Global)
Nancy Bolan
20:59
Hi - Nancy Bolan, USAID Washington, Newborn team
Sita Strother
21:37
Welcome all! Nous pouvons traduire la presentation apres
Sara Liaghati-Mobarhan
22:08
Hi - Sara Liaghati-Mobarhan, UNICEF SD Product Innovation Centre, newborn health innovation specialist/biomed engineer. Joining from Malawi
Barry Finette
22:28
good morning everyone, Barry Finette from THINKMD
Rashad Shujaa
22:31
Hi to all, Rashad Shujaa, Health System Strengthening/ Health Specialist from UNICEF Yemen
Priscilla Wobil
22:49
Dr Priscilla Wobil Health Specialist, UNICEF Bangladesh
Jeanne Koepsell
22:57
welcome to all. if you have just joined, please introduce yourself in the chatbox. And as questions come up, please put them in the chatbox and we will address them during the Q&A
Daniel Ochieng
23:37
Greetings all, Daniel Ochieng, GFF, Digital Health and Data Use ...
Gertrude Namazzi
24:01
Hello, Gertrude Namazzi, Makerere University
Salum Manyatta
24:37
Hi Dr Salum Manyatta Regional Medical Officer, Mbeya Region Tanzania
EZIOMA MADU
25:08
Good day All, Madu Ezioma, FMoH Abuja
Majd Basim
25:10
Majd Basim /MOH/Iraq
Debra Jackson
25:28
Hi all, Debra Jackson current LSHTM, former UNICEF
Ruth Nabwire
25:47
Ruth Nabwire MOH/ Uganda
Sarah Wangilisasi
25:50
Hi everyone. Sarah Wangilisasi, R4D Tanzania
John Borrazzo
26:23
greetings, all. John Borrazzo, Child Health Director, USAID-supported MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership project, and Lead Advisor, Child Health< Save the Children U.S., Washington DC
Trevor Biransesha
26:41
Trevor Biransesha, Save the children Uganda
Dyness Kasungami
27:08
Dyness Kasungami, Director, Child Health Task Force, JSI Washington.
Clarence Mkoba
27:54
Clarence Mkoba, Field Program Officer, Mkapa Foundation
Jeanne Koepsell
28:41
https://www.digitalhealthcoe.org/
Fatima abdullahi Osman
29:35
Fatima Abdullahi Osman save the children Somalia
ROSE KAMBARAMI
30:08
Rose Kambarami from Zimbabwe
Kevin Tweni
30:45
Hello all; Kevin Tweni. specialist in Community Health Systems Strengthening at Living Goods Kenya
Sean Blaschke
30:55
Principles of Donor Alignment for Digital Health - https://www.ictworks.org/principles-donors-digital-health/
Sean Blaschke
31:26
Digital Implementation Investment Guide (DIIG) - https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789240010567
Anne Detjen
32:20
Please feel free to put questions in the chat - we will get to them after the three presentations
Shally Mwashemele
32:33
Shally Zumba Mwashemele, UNICEF TCO
Sean Blaschke
32:46
Primer on Digital Solutions for Vaccination Service Delivery - https://www.digitalhealthcoe.org/_files/ugd/55ae33_b9ff17bd5d6c487982ba328d8cbeaa8f.pdf
Sean Blaschke
35:06
Digital Readiness Assessment Navigator - https://wiki.digitalsquare.io/index.php/Navigator_for_Digital_Health_Capability_Models and Early-Stage Digital Health Investment Tool - https://www.katicollective.com/tools
Dyness Kasungami
36:37
I like the framing of moving away from 'Digital Health' projects to cross-cutting digital health applications that strengthen health programs and systems.
Lauren Rosapep
42:09
Hello. Lauren Rosapep, Frontier Health Markets-Engage project. Question about Mama na Mwana. What are the prospects of expanding using this platform to collect feedback from individuals who use private health facilities to capture a picture of client satisfaction and use across the whole system?
Shally Mwashemele
43:13
Excellent presentation, KUDOS
John Matiko Machonchoryo
43:35
Great Presentation @Ulrika.
ENGULU PAUL
44:31
Sean is it possible to share the PowerPoint presentations ?
Yvette Ribaira
44:43
@Ulrika is the community health information system separate and integrated in DHS2. If yes, who has access to data
Kevin Tweni
49:22
Great presentations from both Tanzania and Mozambique.
Auria Ribeiro
50:47
Well done Norberto
Kevin Tweni
51:07
Are the surveys triggered to mothers in Tanzania in English ? Being a swahili speaking nation, how do you overcome this barrier
Auria Ribeiro
51:18
Great presentation from Mozambique
Yvette Ribaira
51:35
Excellent presentations. Thank you
Ulrika Baker
54:23
@Kevin Tweni - No it is in Kiswahili
Barry Finette
55:28
Question for Sean Blaschke. I believe that you initially made the statement that you recommend supporting a digital health tool that has support of MOH and Donors as opposed to the best tool. Can you confirm this? If true, this appears to support an approach in which a tool with limited value would be supported above a tool with high value
Kevin Tweni
55:41
What barriers does TZ experience in digital implementation? Do both country governments have digitization strategy for community health?
Kevin Tweni
55:55
Thanks @Ulrika
Kevin Tweni
57:32
The Mama na Mwana ToC is profound. Admittably.
Yvette Ribaira
58:22
Thank you
Sean Blaschke
58:42
Barry - Let me rephrase this... We advocate for digital tools that meet certain requirements, including alignment with target software standards / min requirements for a given health system, cyber security / data privacy, health standards including FHIR, etc... What I meant to say is that we should not blindly promote tools (including those endorsed by our respective organizations) where there are existing platforms that already meet the needs of Gov.
Jack Hazerjian
01:01:01
Question for anyone: How has sustainability been institutionalized in the use of data collection systems -- sustainability in technically maintaining such systems, in continuing to have trained individuals using the systems, in continuing to have data used on a routine basis?
GASHUBIJE Longin
01:03:22
It is Always to introduce new Tools in institutionalized data collection system. Some of the time you will be accused of making a parallel system how did you overcome it?
Hailemariam Legesse
01:04:06
thank you colleagues for the great presentations and discussion,
Barry Finette
01:07:46
Thanks Sean for your expanded answer/response
John Borrazzo
01:09:24
This has been great - and setting the digital tools conversation in a QoC context is really important. (The tools are just a means to an end.) The two country examples are pretty different. I know that it's not an "either/or" but does experience to date suggest that client feedback vs. supportive mentorship tools are (1) better positioned to scale quickly (I suspect that the client side may be quicker), and (2) documented to actually improve quality outcomes (per the theory-of-change). Thanks again for the great presentations and discussion.
John Borrazzo
01:10:33
Norberto's responses on action steps partly addresses my #2 above already....
Yvette Ribaira
01:11:16
Do you have any learning or recommendations for a successful scale up of implementation of digital tools and expansion to community level
Geoffrey Ssembajjwe
01:14:31
Great presentation.
Jack Hazerjian
01:14:58
Thank you
James Kengia
01:15:34
Thanks very much...
Shihab fadulalmula
01:15:59
Thanks great presentations
Evelyn Mhlope
01:16:01
Thanks to all presenters, these are good and thought provoking
Matthew Saaks
01:16:03
Thank you!