INVESTING IN DIGITAL HEALTH
Digital Health Impact Framework User Manual
The ADB’s Digital Health Impact Framework (DHIF) is a ten-step methodology developed by Tom Jones, Peter Drury, Philip Zuniga and Susann Roth. It helps Ministries of Health and health systems decision making by building digital health to identify digital health strategies and projects that offer affordable Value for Money (VFM) and mitigate risk. DOWNLOAD THE PUBLICATION
Like all investment decisions, digital health investment relies to varying degrees on assumptions and estimates. DHIF models enable decision makers to manage and develop these as strategies and projects move from concepts to implementation and operation.
It draws directly from digital health strategies. The ADB’s Guidance on Investing in Digital Health helps with this.
ILLUSTRATIVE MODELSSAMPLE MODEL (SMS FOR MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH) SAMPLE MODEL (TELEMED FOR A CURRENT PATIENT CATCHMENT AREA)SAMPLE MODEL (TELEMED WITH EXPANDED CATCHMENT AREAS)SAMPLE MODEL (MALARIA SURVEILLANCE AND INTERVENTION)SAMPLE MODEL (CAPITAL AND LEASING FINANCE FOR AN EHR)SAMPLE MODEL (STRATEGIC MIX AND CHOICES)
MODELS REFLECTING ACTUAL DIGITAL HEALTH INTITIATIVESSAMPLE MODEL: STRATEGY AND AFFORDABILITYSAMPLE MODEL: IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION SYSTEM (COUNTRY LEVEL)
These two DHIF models are part of the same digital health initiative:SAMPLE MODEL: IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION SYSTEM (URBAN DISTRICT)SAMPLE MODEL: IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION SYSTEM (RURAL DISTRICT)
DHIF SHORT COURSE FROM ROME BUSINESS SCHOOLDOWNLOAD SYLLABUS FROM ROME BUSINESS SCHOOL