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mClinica leads health-tech conversation at Saigon Innovation Hub in Vietnam – one of the organization’s newest and fastest growing market

Earlier this month, Siagon Innovation Hub (SIHUB) hosted a HealthTech Asia Meetup themed “How Tech and Social Enterprise are Revolutionizing Public Health in Southeast Asia” that featured mClinica Regional Manager Beth Ann Lopez as one of the three speakers. Joining Lopez in advancing the conversation around health-technology were Will Greene, the director of TigerMine, an advisory boutique that helps innovative organizations, such as med-tech and bio-tech firms, succeed in Asia, and Phi Van Nguyen, the chairman of SIHUB, an initiative under Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Science and Technology that seeks to support local startups to global success. Lopez,

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Singularity University and the Qatar Foundation sponsor mClinica delegation to Future is Now conference in Doha, Qatar, calling the health-tech organization “the future of the healthcare industry.”

On March 16, 2018, mClinica COO Vasil Rusinov and mClinica Head of Public Sector and Policy Phoebe Elizaga flew half the world away to Doha, Qatar, for the Future is Now conference organized by Qatar’s Science and Technology Park, the Qatar Foundation, and Singularity University, a Silicon Valley think tank seeks to both inspire and equip leaders to solve humanity’s greatest challenges through new technology. mClinica was one of only 30 tech companies from around the world who were offered a seat at the event. The official invitation stated that the organizers feel mClinica’s work “represents the future of the

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Management and Science University (MSU) launches Asia’s-first certificate course in social and administrative pharmacy with SwipeRx as a strategic partner for its online continuing professional development (CPD) content

Hailed as the first program of its kind in Asia, Management and Science University’s School of Pharmacy and its Continuing and Extended Education Centre jointly launched a certificate course in social and administrative pharmacy. MSU called on health-tech organization mClinica to serve as one of its key strategic partners at its launch. MSU’s continuing professional development content, entitled “Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP) in Dispensing,” is now available via mClinica’s flagship product, SwipeRx, a platform for pharmacy professionals in Southeast Asia that boasts of over 65,000 users. MSU joins the likes of the Philippine Pharmacy Association (PPhA) and Ikatan Apoteker Indonesia

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mClinica COO Vasil Rusinov discusses designing platforms for scale and other best practices on digital development in eHealth at event organized by Digital Impact Alliance

On Tuesday, February 20, mClinica Chief Operating Officer Vasil Rusinov spoke about the company’s eHealth innovations at the “Practicing the Principles for Digital Development” at The Hermitage in Jakarta, Indonesia. The event, organized by the Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL), hosted by the United Nations in Washington, D.C., sought to promote the nine best practices for improving the use of technology in development. These include everything from understanding the existing ecosystem and using open standards and open source to addressing privacy and security and being data driven. Though mClinica tries to exercise all nine best practices when building its products, some

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mClinica shares innovations in eHealth technology at World Health Organization Forum in Manila

At the World Health Organization (WHO) Forum on “Onsite Monitoring and Mentoring (M&M)” held at the WHO country office in Manila on Friday, February 9, 2018, Phoebe Elizaga, mClinica’s health informatics lead, delivered a talk on innovations in eHealth technology that support M&M. Elizaga was joined by an official delegation from mClinica that included senior leaders Gigie Herrera, Rommel Claveria, and Diana Orolfo. The purpose of the one-day event was to improve the monitoring and mentoring of front-line health workers, who study after study has shown to be critical to the quality of healthcare that patients receive. Traditional classroom trainings