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The Digital Health Atlas is a WHO global technology registry platform aiming to strengthen the value and impact of digital health investments, improve coordination, and facilitate institutionalization and scale.

The WHO, in an effort to support the coordination and scale of effective digital health implementations, has established the COVID-19 Initiative within the Digital Health Atlas. The COVID-19 Initiative is a hub of information regarding software implementations planned and deployed in response to the global pandemic. The repository of information is open for all users to register projects, download project information and connect with digital health

practitioners globally. The use and scale up of digital health solutions can revolutionize how people worldwide achieve higher standards of health, and access services to promote and protect their health and well-being. Digital health provides opportunities to accelerate our progress in attaining health and well-being related Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs), especially SDG 3, and achieving our triple billion targets for 2023 as articulated in its Thirteenth General

Programme of Work (GPW13). In light of the current COVID-19 crisis, digital health technologies can provide effective clinical and public health solutions to accelerate the achievement of the health and well-being related the quality treatment of patients and improved health systems over sight. This means leaving no one behind – children or adults, rural or urban, with digital solutions to improve their health and well-being.

Why use the Digital Health Atlas?

This web platform supports issuing unique IDs for curating the range of digital health products and projects globally.

Governments and communities of technologists, implementers, and donors will be equipped to better coordinate and plan, monitor the

growth of implementations, and reduce redundancy of investments.

The Digital Health Atlas (DHA) offers governments, technologists, implementers, and donors a platform of tools and guidance to improve the use of, and planning coordination for digital information systems for health.

The DHA facilitates implementers to assess the maturity of their digital health implementations, gain personalized guidance, benefit from other’s implementation experiences, and gain access to global resources from leading technical institutions.

The DHA is a global public good overseen by the World Health Organization. The DHA benefits from a diversity of contributions, including support from WHO Reproductive Health and Research, PATH, Digital Square, USAID, UN Foundation, UNFPA, JHU Global mHealth Initiative, mPowering, and the Digital Health and Interoperability Working Group, and was developed to strengthen coordination of investments into deliberate, harmonized, interoperable digital health systems

Global Support to DHA

WHO
HRP
Digital Square
UNFPA
UNICEF