The GSM Association’s Development Fund has developed a mobile app with Voxiva Inc that will make it much easier for health authorities and governments to track and manage the spread of HIV/AIDS, Avian Flu and other diseases.
Health workers in the field can use their handsets to submit data directly to Voxiva’s Health Management Information Systems at central health authorities. The system also supports two-way communications, allowing health workers in the field to receive quicker feedback on laboratory results, treatment guidelines or possible quarantine requirements. Pilot projects are running in Rwanda and Indonesia.
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