As technology has become cheaper and more accessible, countries are adopting digital health interventions to improve the provision of and demand for health services. These interventions are complex and require strong coordination and support across different health system levels and government departments, and they need significant capacities in technology and information to be properly implemented. The BID Initiative and PATH worked in partnership with the governments of Tanzania and Zambia to introduce an electronic immunization registry at the sub-national level in both countries. To better understand the factors needed to successfully introduce and scale up the registries, BID conducted a framework-based mixed methods study.
You can read the full article in Implementation Science Communications.
Celina on behalf of the BID Initiative