Sana Nominated as INDEX: Design to Improve Life Finalist

On the 9th of June, INDEX announced it’s 2011 Design to Improve Finalists. We are pleased to announce that SANA was nominated as a Finalist in the ‘Work’ category. INDEX: Award is the world’s largest monetary prize for design. What sets the INDEX: Award apart from other design awards is its focus on “Design to Improve […]



Sana Featured on ‘TEDx Talk’

On the 2nd of June Sana team member, Dr Radhika Chigurupati, delivered a talk about the Sana project and the Open Source software platform at a TEDx event in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. See what she had to say below:

Sana Partners with dotPH in the Philippines

According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death worldwide. To transform the way cardiovascular disease is identified in remote populations living in resource-poor settings, the Sana Philippines team is designing and implementing a cell phone based telemedicine system that will improve the identification, management, and treatment of hypertension, […]



First eHealth Class

Last Friday, we had a great first meeting of the eHealth class (HST.184: Health Informations Systems to Improve Quality of Care in Resource Poor Settings). We had 25 students! Dr. Joia Mukherjee, medical director of Partners in Health, gave an inspirational talk about the challenges of healthcare in the developing world. With a powerful combination […]

Sana (Moca) Publishes in the JHIDC

Sana (formally known as Moca) recently published an article in the Journal of Health Information in Developing Countries on using mobile technology in remote areas for early medical diagnosis and screening. The article lends insight into Sana’s telemedicine approach and how our OpenMRS software is making health care more accessible in recourse poor-settings. To download a copy […]