Addressing the need for a thriving marketplace for digital health.
Digital Square brings partners together to improve how the global community designs, uses, and pays for digital health tools and approaches.
We work with innovators to advance adaptable, replicable tools that are designed to work together seamlessly.
We work with governments and country-based technology experts to strengthen local capacity to implement and manage digital health programs.
We work with donors to identify new ways to invest that ensure long-term success and align with country priorities.
By strengthening the coordination among these partners, Digital Square reorients the market to better match tools and approaches to the needs of countries and communities.
We are creating a world where appropriate use of digitally enabled health services closes the health equity gap.
Countries around the world are transforming their health systems to take advantage of the digital tools, approaches, and the data they produce as they work toward Universal Health Coverage. Successful transformations consider local infrastructure, capacity and other contextual factors in determining how digital tools can best support local health systems.
While digital approaches vary across contexts, achieving health equity is increasingly reliant on ensuring everyone, everywhere, has access to and benefits from health care enhanced by appropriate digital technologies.
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Alignment & Co-Investment
Digital Square elevates country priorities, identifies promising opportunities for investment, and provides operational support to streamline the investment process.
Digital Square partners with innovators to increase the availability, adaptability, and maturity of high-quality software, service, and content options for countries.
Regional & Country Systems
Digital Square strengthens the capacity of regional, national, and sub-national digital health leaders and technology experts to develop, use, and manage strong in-country digital health systems.
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