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Our mission at Medic Mobile is to support health workers as they provide care to those in the hardest-to-reach communities around the world. Equitable care and equitable health outcomes are key to our mission. Since 2016 we have been working with partners and researchers to develop and refine an Equity
Improving maternal and newborn health in Nepal in partnership with Ministry of Health: Voices from the field
Post authored by Dushala Adhikari, one of Medic’s Project Managers based in our Kathmandu office. Every day in Nepal, six women die from preventable pregnancy-related health conditions due to inaccessibility of timely care before, during, or after delivery. Many of these deaths are caused by three infamous delays – delays in identifying
Post authored by Samuel Mbuthia, Tech Lead. Above, Medic teammates visited Siaya County, Kenya earlier this year (from left – Michael Korir, Jane Katanu, Sara Hollis, Mercy Amulele and Samuel Mbuthia). In the health sector, human-centered design involves a combination of empathy and community participation to optimize service delivery. At Medic, human-centered
Post authored by Matt Cane, Medic’s Data Scientist. It’s an exciting time at Medic, as we’re in the early stages of our journey into data science. We feel data science has tremendous potential to help us better understand the challenges facing health workers, and to allow us to design tools to
Post submitted by Julie Smith, Medic’s Director of Development. Above, panelists on Skoll’s “Leveraging Technology To Close The Distance In Global Health Access” session. Last week, I attended the 2018 Skoll World Forum with our CEO, Josh Nesbit. The theme of the gathering was “The Power of Proximity.” According to Sally Osberg,