Ghana faces some serious challenges when it comes to healthcare delivery.
it is often lack of access to medical care, rather than poor medical care itself, that impedes Ghana’s progress.
Enter mobile health.
Striking, mobile access is gaining ground rapidly. Projections are that 82% of Africans will have mobile access by 2014.
It is just such access–and what it can accomplish–that is changing the face of healthcare in Ghana
Unlike the individual monitoring. tracking, and personal interactions with clinicians via applications in developed countries, mobile health in Africa focuses on “improving the efficiency of healthcare workforce and systems.”
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