- Country: United States
- 6 Users
- 8 Dialogues
Dear JLN colleagues,
Our friends at GIZ would like to request input for the development of openIMIS (open insurance management information system).
openIMIS is the first open source software for managing social (health) protection schemes. It electronically links and processes beneficiary, provider and payer data. Free and ready to download, it offers a flexible solution which can be adjusted to different schemes` and countries` needs.
The openIMIS initiative would like to ensure openIMIS caters to the needs of various health insurance schemes and its operators. In an effort to build software that is responsive to the needs of its users, we would like to request you to fill in a questionnaire, which will help us understand the current situation and requirements of various social health protection schemes.
If you get a chance, please submit any input or requirements at the survey link.
JLN IT Initiative facilitator
We are looking foward to seeing you in Seoul soon. I sent via email yesterday an overview letter about the workshop and the logistics guide. Which I have also tried to attach here. It may have not come through. But if you have any questions as you prepare to depart feel free to post them here or contact me via email email@example.com.
We are looking forward to our Collaborative Team Call next Tuesday, January 16. Collaborative members should have recieved details for the call, including the web conference link, in an email meeting invitation. Let us know if you have questions about the call.
Here is the tenative agenda:
Dear JLN members,
The Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) 5th General Meeting will be held this year March 6-10, 2017 in Naypyitaw, Myanmar. The JLN Information Technology Initiative has partnered with AeHIN over the last several years as we have a good synergy of eHealth related topics and country participants. As in previous years, we have the opportunity to reserve a limited number of spaces for JLN participants that would like to attend this meeting.
The focus for the meeting this year is on achieving the Health SDGs with effective ICT. Please see the draft program concept note here. This is a working draft and we are providing JLN feedback on adding UHC specific topics.
The JLN IT Initiative will coordinate and submit a request to the Joint Learning Fund to cover country participant expenses. If you would like to attend this meeting and require funding, please express your interest by replying to Caren Althauser by January 12th at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, role, and country.
JLN IT Initiative Lead
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