2020 to present | MALAWI
Registers: HTS initial, HTS confirmatory, ART referral, self test, hep B, syphilis
2021 to 2024 | KENYA
Registers: ANC, OPD <5 and OPD >5
2021 to present | KENYA
DIFFCOVIn Kisumu County, ScanForm is being used to non-disruptively capture accurate data about pregnant women during every ANC visit throughout their pregnancy. This data is part of a study to compare the efficacy of having 4 ANC visits (MOH standard) vs. 8 ANC visits (WHO recommendation).
2020 to 2024 | KENYA
ATSBAttractive Targeted Sugar Bait (ATSB) is a vector-control method that kills mosquitoes to reduce malaria infections. The performance of ATSB and LLINs are being monitored at the village level in 70 facilities in Siaya County via ScanForm-based facility and CHV registers. The simplicity of ScanForm was reviewed highly by CHVs who needed a tool adaptable to the challenges of fieldwork. ScanForm data from the facility and community are used to auto-calculate PMI indicators and produce dashboards that track the spatio-temporal effects of malaria interventions.
Registers: ANC, OPD <5, OPD >5, Household, Service Delivery Log, CHV Activity Register
2020 to present | BURKINA FASO & KENYA
2020 to 2022 | KENYA
Registers: ANC, IPD, Maternity, OPD >5, Household, Service Delivery Log, and CRFs for pregnancy outcomes and infant assessment
2020 to present | KENYA
HIV CBS/RHIV Case-Based Surveillance (CBS) and reporting for HIV/AIDS requires capturing key testing and treatment information from the patient throughout the duration of their illness. While facilities in Kenya using EMRs can capture this data electronically, 40% of PLHIV in care have only paper records due to limited infrastructure. ScanForm was successfully piloted in 66 paper-based facilities to aggregate data from multiple registers, and links with KenyaEMR patient records for deduplication. All data is stored locally and leverages the state-of-the-art in computer security.
Registers: ANC, ART, HEI, HTS, TB, Viral Load, Treatment Preparation and Individual Clinic Record
2020 to 2021 | KENYA
Tupime KauntiScanForm was used in health facilities county-wide across the counties of Migori and Homa Bay, as part of a USAID-funded effort named Tupime Kaunti ("Check the County" in Swahili) to improve health data quality. Multiple facility registers were upgraded to ScanForm. MOH staff were responsible for all data entry and photo capture, receiving DHIS2-compliant statistics from ScanForm on a regular basis. After one year, 84% of CHMT officers voted for ScanForm as a superior solution for routine data collection and timely malaria surveillance.
Registers: ANC, CWC, DAR, IDSR, OPD <5 and OPD >5
2019-2022 | KENYA
INFLUENZAFor the first time in Kenya, influenza vaccines are being distributed to children under two years of age outside of private health facilities, and ScanForm is supporting data collection. Facility and sub-county summaries are automatically generated to show vaccine coverage and identify clients who missed their second dose. The evaluation of vaccine delivery strategies, cold chain capacity, and wastage will inform future policies for national influenza vaccination program.
2019 to 2021 | KENYA & MEXICO
2019 to 2020 | MEXICO
FronteraTechA vast proportion of refugees with legitimate claims to asylum cannot obtain the legal representation they need. Lawyers that wish to assist often do so under highly adversarial conditions, such as detention centers, where no electronics are permitted --- only pen and paper. ScanForm is a versatile solution that helped digitize a backlog of over 3,000 refugee cases in Mexico, in refugee camps, jails, churches, and rural legal clinics.
2019 to present | KENYA & MALAWI & TANZANIA
IMPROVE-2Current chemoprevention strategies for malaria are losing efficacy as the parasite becomes more resistant to treatment options. The aim of this two-arm multi-site clinical trial is to evaluate malaria prophylactic regimens combined with different prevention strategies in pregnant women in Africa. ScanForm collects all study data to monitor pregnancy and birth outcomes in HIV positive women. The results will provide evidence for WHO to determine clinical guidance for improving pregnancy outcomes in high parasite resistance and high malaria transmission areas.
2019 to present | KENYA
2018 to 2020 | KENYA