Updated May 06, 2020

Gillian Javetski

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Dimagi is working with organizations around the world to support COVID-19 response with our customizable mobile data collection and service delivery platform, CommCare, which is being used for everything from contact tracing to facility readiness.

Dimagi’s technology platform, CommCare, is an offline-first, open source mobile data collection and service delivery platform that is used by 700,000 community health workers around the world. Cumulatively, these frontline workers have registered over 400 million people with CommCare mobile applications. For COVID-19 response, CommCare is being used by several governments and organizations arou...
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Dimagi’s technology platform, CommCare, is an offline-first, open source mobile data collection and service delivery platform that is used by 700,000 community health workers around the world. Cumulatively, these frontline workers have registered over 400 million people with CommCare mobile applications. For COVID-19 response, CommCare is being used by several governments and organizations around the world as well as in the United States as the primary contact tracing system of the Department of Public Health in San Francisco, California. CommCare has been used by hundreds of organizations and is considered a leading digital health tool and Global Good. CommCare is the most researched mobile data collection platform for low-resource settings, and has an evidence base of over 65 peer-reviewed studies including eight randomized controlled trials. Together, these studies have demonstrated CommCare’s positive impact on strengthening frontline healthcare systems, frontline worker capabilities (FLWS), and client results.
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Stage 5: Scaling

Used in more than 80 countries, CommCare is the most widely adopted and technically advanced mobile platform for data collection and service delivery. Currently, governments around the world are using CommCare to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
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Focus Areas:

Agriculture, Infectious & Vector Diseases, Maternal Newborn and Child Health and 10 MoreSEE ALL

Agriculture, Infectious & Vector Diseases, Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Health, Communication with Communities, Data Collection/Needs Assessments, Response Technologies, Digital Development, Digital Inclusion & Connectivity, Human Centered Design, Data/Analytics, Monitoring & Evaluation and TechnologySEE LESS

150
Employees
Verified Funding
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Milestone

Sep 2020
Funds RaisedVERIFIED
$1,500,000
TITLEUsing Predictive Analytics to Improve Care
TYPEGrant
FOCUS AREAS
Data/Analytics and Health
Implemented InIndia
Apr 2020
Recognition ReceivedVERIFIED
Date Unknown
Recognition ReceivedVERIFIED
Profiled Innovation - Silver