Digital Connected Care Coalition
Accelerating the digital transformation of healthcare in low- and middle-income countries
Healthcare is a fundamental human right.
Half of the world’s population still lacks access to basic healthcare. Digital connected care is increasingly seen as a critical enabler to help accelerate access and delivery of healthcare, especially in low- and middle- income countries.
We believe in an ecosystem’s approach. By increasing private sector engagement, facilitating cross-sector collaboration, and leveraging our complementary capabilities, we can scale up digital connected care as a strategy to ensure all people have access to quality healthcare by 2030, as set out by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 3.
Who we are
We are a diverse global coalition united in our shared commitment to accelerate the digital transformation of healthcare as a strategy for achieving universal health coverage in low- and middle-income countries by 2030.
Our growing group of members include private sector companies, public-sector entities, research institutes, non-governmental organizations, social entrepreneurs, funding organizations and other digital health initiatives.
What we do
We help enable the environment and infrastructure for digital health transformation across low-and middle-income countries by finding new ways for public and private organizations to partner.
We do this by connecting stakeholders in the digital health landscape, sharing knowledge and insights and fast-tracking on the ground digital health initiatives.
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Learn about where you can meet with the DCCC. Visit the events page to see past and upcoming events.