Access to Essential Medicines and Health Technologies are one of the cornerstones of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) initiative. Medical devices, assistive devices and eHealth solutions are important components of health technology, which have the potential to save lives and improve quality of life and well-being. However, too many people worldwide suffer because they don’t have access to high quality, affordable health technology with the problem being more acute in low- and middle-income countries.
The objective of the compendium series of innovative medical devices, assistive devices and eHealth solutions is to provide a neutral platform for technologies which are likely to be suitable for use in less resourced settings. It presents a snapshot of several health technologies which might have the potential to improve health outcomes and the quality of life, or to offer a solution to an unmet medical/health technology need. It is released to acknowledge some success stories and at the same time, to raise awareness of the pressing need for appropriate and affordable design solutions and to encourage more innovative efforts in the field. This effort also aims to encourage greater interaction among ministries of health, procurement officers, donors, technology developers, manufacturers, clinicians, academics and the general public to ensure greater investment in health technology and to move towards universal access to essential health technologies.
ReMeDi NOVA Devices Solution being listed in the WHO Compendium_2016-17_Connected Medical Devices on Page 4.
ReMeDi e-Health Solution being featured in WHO Compendium_2016-17_Cloud Application for Remote Healthcare on Page 40.