We are ‘sooo’ excited right now! We are getting closer to starting our Digital Health Bootcamp. It’s our first and it will determine a lot of things in our community. I have been talking personally with applicants. Trying to let them know what the Bootcamp will look like. And I have observed that most of them have not discovered […]
This is the official report of our Digital Health Conference held in April.
Have you seized your spot in the future of Digital Health in Africa?
You can still apply to be part of the “Digital Health Bootcamp.”
A startup or a company is like a living organism. It needs the right atmosphere and must be around the right kind of people to live long enough to achieve its purpose…
It’s time to change your world…
To resist innovation is to resist change, and resisting change is simply fighting growth and development.
Healthcare Professionals In Africa Interested In Tech Should Know What The “NO-code” Tech Movement Is
In the tech ecosystem, it’s getting harder to find experienced software engineers [and other skilled and experienced tech professionals], and this shortage has made the no-code movement even more popular, paving the way for a new crop of creators and innovators.
These experts have bagged numerous international and national awards in the area of digital health and healthcare and have made [and are still making] tangible contributions to the development of digital health in Africa and the world.
“Clinicians predict that over the next 10 years “technology literacy” will become their most valuable capability, ranking higher than “clinical knowledge.”