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Wireless Access for Health Project to Expand to All Tarlac Health Clinics in the Philippines

MANILA, The Philippines May 23, 2012 the Philippines

http://www.multivu.com/mnr/56382-qualcomm-wireless-access-for-health-project-tarlac-clinics-philippines

University of the Philippines Manila

July 2009 April 2012 the Philippines

"Wireless Access for Health empowers local health care providers through enhanced patient care services and efficient patient visits using an open-source health information system. It empowers local communities by promoting participatory health planning among local leaders, health managers and providers, thereby transforming clients and patients into partners," said Crispinita Valdez, director of the Department of Health Information Management System Division.

Ricardo P. Ramos

Mantosh Malhotra the Philippines

The expansion of the WAH project also includes province-wide pilot testing of the Mobile Midwife and SPASMS (Synchronized Patient Alert via SMS) applications. Mobile Midwife enables data to be captured electronically during patient visits via smartphones, tablets or laptops and instantly sends patient data to the CHITS system. SPASMS is an automated alert and health promotions system that sends patients information related to important health milestones such as for prenatal care and child immunization. To date, 26 midwives are participating in the Mobile Midwife program and 1,100 SPASMS have been sent to more than 250 patients.

University of the Philippines

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