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Post authored by Gareth Bowen, Medic’s Chief Architect. Medic Mobile is excited to announce the release of the next version of the Community Health Application Framework: 3.3.0. This release adds a few new important features and a slew of improvements that build on existing functionality. Purging When users create documents
Post authored by Michael Kohn, Medic’s Product Lead for Data and Analytics. Above, a community health worker in Siaya County, Kenya holds up paper logbook during a review meeting at the health facility. These days system interoperability is front and center in the ongoing conversation about digital health. With tens of
Last month, seventeen Medic Mobile teammates from twelve cities and three countries came together in Montgomery, Alabama. Thanks to an extremely generous offer from one of our funders, our team was presented with the unique opportunity to visit the Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration and the National Memorial to Peace and Justice.
Interview conducted and reviewed by Nitin Bhandari, Deployment Manager. Pictured above, Manoj Khadka at our full team meetup in Diani, Kenya. At Medic, Senior Project Managers implement and manage deployments and partnerships alongside key partners including government health systems and INGOs. They provide support, meet deliverables, and assist with project deployments. They also
Post authored by Gareth Bowen, Medic’s Chief Architect. Medic Mobile is thrilled to announce the release of the next major version of the Community Health Application Framework: 3.0.0. We’re particularly excited about this release as it greatly improves much of the critical infrastructure that runs the software. While it may seem like little has