Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sana is a multidisciplinary group based out of MIT with a mission to revolutionize healthcare delivery in rural and undeserved areas. Sana has developed an innovative open source platform that allows mobile phones to capture and send data for an electronic medical record and links community health workers with physicians for real-time decision support.
Sana also will receive the mHealth Alliance Award—with benefits totaling $50,000, including participation in Santa Clara University’s Center for Science, Technology, and Society’s Global Social Benefit Incubator Program (GSBI™), a highly competitive program that connects innovators with a Silicon Valley support network and provides instruction on how to achieve maximum sustainability and impact in social enterprises.
Project Site: http://www.mocamobile.org
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