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National Review of Digital Health Solution Best Practices for Vulnerable Populations


Are you an organization that has developed a digital health solution or know of a solution that has been effective in improving the health and well-being of vulnerable populations?

PHI will conduct a national review of digital health solutions that have demonstrated the ability to benefit vulnerable populations through either addressing chronic non-communicable diseases or promoting personal health and well-being. The Initiative will identify 3 Digital Health Solution Best Practices in design, implementation and sustainability for vulnerable populations that will be announced in August 2016. The Best Practices will be raised up to the public health and digital health communities as examples of solutions to effectively engage vulnerable populations to improve health and well-being.

Contribute to our Catalog of Digital Health Solutions

Recommend a digital health solution that has effectively engaged vulnerable populations to improve health and well-being through entering information into our database at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WL9YN5R. We will review all entries to assess their effectiveness and best practices in design, implementation and sustainability.

Key Informant Interviews

Do you have expertise on the design, implementation and sustainability of digital health solutions and working with vulnerable populations to reduce health disparities?

PHI would like to engage experts on digital health solutions and those with collaborative experience working with and engaging vulnerable populations. These key informant interviews will provide information on the current state of practice, specific examples of digital health interventions, evidence of major impacts on health outcomes as well as best practices for deploying interventions at scale.

To read more about the Digital Health Solutions for Vulnerable Populations Initiative, please see the program home page.

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