Building tools for people who care.
Medic builds world-class, open-source software that supports health workers delivering equitable care that reaches everyone. Human-centered at our core, we value creativity, initiative, collaboration, and trust. Our global team of innovators is 90+ strong, dispersed across more than 14 countries, 32 cities, and all time zones. We create resources, build documentation, and offer support to a growing community of partners and builders working to improve health in the hardest-to-reach communities.
We are part of a global movement advancing health for all.
Medic serves as the technical steward and a core contributor to the Community Health Toolkit (CHT), an open-source platform that supports health workers as they provide essential care in their own communities. We are part of a movement for global health equity aimed at changing how health systems work and how technology powers those systems.
Advance good health, human flourishing, and equitable care for and with the hardest-to-reach communities. We build and apply open-source digital tools that help health workers deliver just, quality care to their neighbors and community.
We envision a more just world in which health workers are supported as they provide care for their communities, where universal health coverage is a reality, and health is a secured human right – for everyone, everywhere, always.
What we value
Post author: Samuel Mbuthia, Head of Community Interoperable systems work together, even if they were not designed specifically to do so, because standard communication protocol techniques – such as Fast Health Interoperability Resources (FHIR) – are applied. All patient information
Case study: Using AfyaSTAT, a Community Health Toolkit (CHT)-powered app to enable HIV testing within facility and community settings in Kenya
Overview of partnership In March 2020, when COVID-19 had not fully established itself in Kenya, an opportunity emerged for Medic and Palladium Kenya to not only co-develop an integrated COVID-19 surveillance system with the Ministry of Health (MoH) and other
Post author: Mourice Barasa, Research Officer for Monitoring & Data Systems Precision public health is an emerging practice to have more granularity in prediction and understanding of public health risks while customizing treatments for more specific and homogeneous subpopulations, often