Innovators Look To Scale Up Digital Health Programs In Low-, Middle-Income Countries

Devex: A new era in digital health
“More than a decade of experimentation in digital health has seen the rise of a range of innovations that build on the promise that emerging technologies can dramatically improve health care, especially in low- and middle-income settings. What has also emerged is a range of challenges, as innovators have wrestled with everything from building partnerships to reproducing successful programs in new settings. One of the biggest hurdles has been how to channel the lessons from the proliferation of projects that never grew beyond their pilot stage into scaleable interventions…” (Green, 6/23).

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