The availability of new digital technology tools has transformed the health sector. The emergence of mobile health systems, electronic data management, and electronic healthcare medicine is affecting learning and research, administration and surveillance, and even health service delivery across Ghana’s health sector.

However, few health professionals and clinics are accessing the opportunities offered by technology in public health administration and delivery.

Please RSVP now to join the next Accra Tech Salon and dive into the status of ICT application in Ghana’s public health services delivery with esteemed guests, public health professionals, technologists, developers and these key thought leaders:

Seth Afagbedzi, Lecturer, School of Public Health, University of Ghana
Ernest Gavor, CEO of 233apps, developers of Moja App
Sam Quarshie, head of ICT Ghana Health Service

Please RSVP now to join the discussion as we explore issues like:

What Health Information Systems technologies are presently available?
What are the prospects of mobile health technologies in Ghana’s Public health services delivery system?
What are the challenges in improving access to and management of health information?
What health portals and ICT-based tools can assist in disease prevention, treatment and health monitoring?
How Ghana can achieve a complete healthcare reform with ICT?

We’ll have hot coffee and catered breakfast treats for a morning rush, but seating is limited. Once we reach our 30-person capacity there will be a waiting list!