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    Improving Urban Cardiovascular Health through Multisector Partnerships

    Innovative multisector partnerships are changing how cities approach hypertension care. This is critical because hypertension is the leading cause of the world’s deadliest noncommunicable disease – cardiovascular disease.

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    Can a Nurse-led Community-based Model of Hypertension Care Improve Hypertension Control in Ghana? Results from the ComHIP Cohort Study

    The key objective of the article regarding Ghana is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Community-based Hypertension Improvement Project (ComHIP) in increasing hypertension control.

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    Digital Health / Publication
    Towards Improved Health Service Quality in Tanzania: Appropriateness of an Electronic Tool to Assess Quality of Primary Healthcare

    The article shows that the electronic assessment tool demonstrates a feasible option for routine quality measures of primary digital healthcare in Tanzania.

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    Hypertension / Publication
    Making Digital Technology and Data Work for Better Hypertension Management in Vietnam

    The lack of a hypertension case management system to track patients over time and across health facilities leads to loss of follow-up between screening, diagnosis, and care.

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    Hypertension / Publication
    From Traditional to Disruptive: Utilizing New Partners to Promote Early Detection of Hypertension in Vietnam

    Utilizing new partners to promote early detection of hypertension in Vietnam to improve cardiovascular health.

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    Attacking Hypertension from All Sides: Improving Hypertension Prevention and Control in Vietnam through a Holistic Multi-stakeholder Approach

    Improving hypertension prevention and control in Vietnam through a holistic multi-stakeholder approach in the fight against cardiovascular disease.

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    Digital Health / Publication
    The Promise of Digital Health: Addressing Non-communicable Diseases to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage in LMICs

    Digital health solutions promise to change the way healthcare is provided, driving progress toward universal health coverage and transforming outcomes for patients with NCDs.

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    Digital Health / Publication
    The Promise of Digital Health: Addressing Non-communicable Diseases to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage in LMICs – Spanish- Executive Summary

    Digital health solutions promise to change the way healthcare is provided, driving progress toward universal health coverage and transforming outcomes for patients with NCDs.

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    Digital Health / Publication
    The Promise of Digital Health: Addressing Non-communicable Diseases to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage in LMICs – French - Executive Summary

    Digital health solutions promise to change the way healthcare is provided, driving progress toward universal health coverage and transforming outcomes for patients with NCDs.

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    Digital Health / Publication
    The Promise of Digital Health: Addressing Non-communicable Diseases to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage in LMICs - Executive Summary

    Digital health solutions promise to change the way healthcare is provided, driving progress toward universal health coverage and transforming outcomes for patients with NCDs.

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    Malaria / Publication
    Targeted Parasite Elimination for Malaria Elimination in Namibia

    The objective is to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of reactive focal interventions for malaria transmission reduction in the setting of Zambezi Region, Namibia.

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    Health System Strengthening / Publication
    Towards Improved Health Service Quality in Tanzania: An Approach to Increase Efficiency and Effectiveness of Routine Supportive Supervision

    The research article concludes that compared to routine CHMT supportive supervision, the e-TIQH supportive supervision approach increased healthcare providers' knowledge and skills.