eSHIFT brings digital health systems to scale by working in close collaboration with key partners worldwide. As a Partner Network, we foster strong relationships with the public health software development and global health information communities as well as private organizations, bringing together a wealth of capability and experience in all aspects of digital health. Our partners share our goals of health system strengthening, disease prevention and preparedness, and digital health interoperability and together we strive to create global public goods that help populations in low and middle-income countries achieve better health outcomes.

Who we work with

eSHIFT is fortunate to have long-standing collaborations with a diverse group of partners worldwide.

  • Governments
  • Academia and Think Tanks
  • UN Agencies and International Institutions
  • Private Sector
  • Governments

    eSHIFT has worked with the Ministries of Health in multiple low and middle income countries on a wide range of projects from National HIS assessments to the implementation of disease surveillance systems. We also provide training and ongoing support to country level systems administrators, health information systems managers and MoH officials to build in-country capacity and help ensure that their digital health systems remain current and sustainable.

  • Academia and Think Tanks

    Since our inception, eSHIFT has collaborated with think tanks and academia that focus on digital health. eSHIFT has a long standing relationship with University of Oslo including having supported training within the DHIS2 Academy program for systems administration and security around DHIS2. Our founders also actively participate in conferences and advisory groups on digital health strategy, policy and implementation.

  • UN Agencies and International Institutions

    eSHIFT works with key organizations such as the WHO, PATH, the Global Fund, FIND, African CDC, WAHO, AeHIN, Pacific Health Information Network, the African Alliance of Digital Health Networks, and others. eSHIFT is often called upon to provide technical expertise in digital health matters related to information systems assessments of national health systems or for vertical health areas (TB, Malaria, etc). We bring our technical expertise in digital health architecture and information systems implementation to different projects around the globe, allowing communities to benefit from the latest innovations and best practices in digital technologies.

  • Private Sector

    At eSHIFT, we believe strongly that collaboration between the pubic and private sector is essential for developing best-fit, best-practice digital health solutions for LMICs communities. This is particularly important as it relates to data privacy and infrastructure security.