New playbook: Designing an optimal digital tool for hypertension and other long-term treatment programs
Based on our digital team’s experience developing and refining the Simple app, our new playbook offers step-by-step guidance for program implementers to create or adapt an effective digital —one that health care workers actually like, and that can improve program monitoring, management and outcomes.
In just a few short years, the Bangladesh Hypertension Control Initiative has achieved impressive blood pressure control rates, and our Simple app has played an important role in this progress. Learn more about how data from Simple has helped our partners– the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s Non-Communicable Disease Control Program and the National […]
The new update to the Simple app provides for better tracking of medications by allowing facilities to input the volume of each medication they have on-hand and their expiration dates on a monthly basis. This helps to reduce stock-outs and to increase the number of patients who have access to the medications they need, when […]
Read our Simple team‘s paper on designing a user-centered digital information system to support chronic disease management in low- and middle-income countries, which was selected as Editor’s Choice for April 2023 by BMJ Health & Care Informatics.
Resolve to Save Lives partners with the World Health Organization (WHO) to support the implementation of REPLACE, the WHO technical package for eliminating trans fat from the global food supply. With support from a grant from the LINKS Community, the WHO Country Office for Sri Lanka is providing the Sri Lankan government policy and technical […]
Resolve to Save Lives partners with the Indian government, the Indian Council of Medical Research, the Global Health Advocacy Incubator (GHAI) and the George Institute on hypertension control and sodium reduction initiatives, including the Simple app. Resolve also partners with the World Health Organization (WHO), GHAI and local partners to support the implementation of REPLACE, […]
Resolve to Save Lives partners with the Federal Ministry of Health of Ethiopia, the World Health Organization (WHO) and Johns Hopkins University to support hypertension control and sodium reduction initiatives. Prevent Epidemics provides technical assistance directly or through partners, mobilizes resources to support preparedness and drives political support to address epidemic preparedness gaps. Programmatic interventions […]
Resolve to Save Lives partners with the Bangladeshi government (via its Noncommunicable Diseases Control Program, Directorate General of Health Services and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare), as well as the National Heart Foundation of Bangladesh, to support a hypertension control initiative. Resolve and its partner, the Global Health Advocacy Incubator, support the implementation of […]