WHAT WE DO
Digital Health Partnerships (DHP) is an organization focused on scaling digital health in developing and emerging countries and is currently:
Advising and supporting governments, international organizations and multilaterals on developing national digital health strategies, which is an essential step in scaling digital health and solving fragmentation
Creating and coordinating multi-stakeholder partnerships in digital health with governments, private sector, NGOs, development banks/donors and international organizations. DHP builds projects involving pharma, health insurance, ICT and technology corporations, governments, multilaterals and civil society.
Supporting and advising private sector, NGOs, international organizations and donors wishing to contribute to scaling digital health in developing and emerging countries.
« It has become increasingly clear that universal health coverage (UHC) cannot be achieved without the support of eHealth »
– WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
GLOBAL OBSERVATORY FOR EHEALTH, GLOBAL DIFFUSION OF EHEALTH: MAKING UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE ACHIEVABLE, 2016
WHO WE ARE
Florence Gaudry-Perkins founded Digital Health Partnerships, driven by her conviction that digital health can improve people’s lives by increasing access to healthcare services and health information, especially in environments where health infrastructure and access to health workers are scarce…