Great strides in technology in the USA and Europe promise to drive improved healthcare and better health outcomes. CRISPR, the application of virtual reality to medicine, big data for social determinants of health, the spread of electronic health records and specialized, patient customized health apps are amongst a few of the trends that have seen significant growth in 2018. Many of these technologies and application are not relevant however for developing world contexts where healthcare provision must reach last-mile populations that often lack connection to basic infrastructure let alone the kind of ecosystem that would support technological applications.  

What has worked however and which technologies offer solutions for improving healthcare service delivery and health outcomes in developing world contexts.

This guidance note takes a look at technologies that can be integrated into healthcare service delivery programs by private companies, international development agencies, NGOs and governments in contexts where primary health outcomes are still the focus, in low tech, resource-poor and low literacy environments.  

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