Health Informatics Public-Private Partnership
The organization: The Health Informatics Public-Private Partnership makes it possible for resource-poor communities to respond to HIV and other health problems by building replicable and evolving healthcare IT infrastructures. This public-private partnership between multiple agencies of the US government and several private organizations and NGOs was created in 2010 to promote health system strengthening within multiple developing countries.
The Relationship: We are working to build local capacity within Cambodia in the areas of ICT portfolio management, architecture, and integration and then funding specific changes to health systems. In addition to the in-country technology improvements, the HIPPP is funding the creation of a knowledge base of patterns, reference architectures and processes to share experiences, reduce risk, and improve the effectiveness of ICT beyond the initial countries.
Category: Financial Support