Health Informatics Public Private Partnership (HIPPP)

The Health Informatics Public-Private Partnership (HI-PPP) was formed to increase the use of information and communications technologies in providing new possibilities to solve public health problems.

Health Informatics Public Private Partnership (HIPPP)

The objective of HI-PPP is to reinforce country-led processes to build and deploy interoperable health information systems in low-resource settings to improve health access and quality of care and efficiently increase productivity. HI-PPP offers vendors and implementers, and host country governments opportunities to benefit from communal resources and knowledge sharing. For vendors and implementers, HI-PPP offers access to the Health Enterprise Architecture Laboratory reference node to identify interoperability standards and test compatibility.

The partnership aims to align current national health information system activities to HI-PPP to enhance future bids. For host country governments, HI-PPP provides direction to specify requirements to ensure HI-PPP strategies and tactics are consistent with country goals. HI-PPP also specifies interoperability standards and key proposal criteria. HI-PPP is currently implementing in Rwanda, Cambodia, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe, while research on health information solutions is being conducted in Kenya and Cambodia.


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Key Information

LocationWorldwide, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Cambodia, Mozambique
  • Start Date 2010