Rock Health’s Rocking Startups!

2012
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By Ting Shih Rock Health is the world’s premier mobile healthcare (mHealth) incubator. Each team selected, out of hundreds of applicants, receive a 20K USD start-up grant, with NO equity stake taken away from the startup! Participants of Rock Health are introduced to mobile/tech/healthcare VCs, hospital partners, as well as potential customers. For a mobile.. read more →

Click’s Solution for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH)

2010
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Maternal, newborn and child health is an important focus of ClickDiagnostics’ projects. In our partnership with BRAC Manoshi, we designed a mHealth system specifically for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health. We worked to reengineer BRAC’s MNCH program by integrating Click’s mHealth model and equipping female community health workers (CHWs) with mobile phones. See how: View.. read more →

Offshore or onsite developers?

2010
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One of the key decisions in building ClickDiagnostics’ services is whether to use offshore or onsite developers. On the one-hand, offshore developers offer competitive pricing, but on the other hand, you are putting your service in the hands of “strangers” and only evaluating their capability, work ethics, trust-worthiness, and efficiency through their website, their online portfolios, and.. read more →

Experiences working with CHWs and patients in Bangladesh

2010
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Hi everyone! This is my first post after a long time, and I have a lot of exciting learnings to share. ClickDiagnostics has been operating in Bangladesh for over a year now, and has been working with several large NGOs to empower their systems using mHealth. In this post I will be sharing our key insights from close.. read more →

Exciting Developments in Click Bangladesh

2009
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This is to update you on the exciting developments in Click Bangladesh. As you probably know, we started our first official venture with BRAC (the largest NGO in the world) last July. Under this pilot venture, we are enabling Brac’s community health workers in one of their projects called Manoshi, with mobile phones complete with.. read more →