The Digital Health and Innovations and Quality of Care subgroups of the Child Health Task Force hosted a webinar presenting some examples of digital health tools to improve quality of care for children, women and communities. During the webinar, UNICEF shared the Digital Health Centre of Excellence (DICE), a mechanism to deliver agile and coordinated technical assistance to governments on digital health solutions. UNICEF Tanzania then discussed Mama na Mwana, a digital client feedback mechanism that captures mothers’ experiences of care linked to score cards in DHIS-2 for use in evidence-based decision making, quality improvement and enhanced social accountability at all levels of the health system. Lastly, Pathfinder Mozambique presented a health facility focused intervention, a mentorship app for health providers and supervisors to improve the quality of family planning services.
- Sean Blaschke, Senior Health Specialist, Global Coordinator, Digital Health Centre of Excellence (DICE)
- Ulrika Baker, Health Manager, Primary Health Care, UNICEF Tanzania
- Noberto Banze, Senior MEL Manager, Pathfinder Mozambique
View recording and presentations slides (including the French version) below.