Digital Solutions for COVID-19Response in the United States Get in Touch
Dimagi is one of the world’s largest providers of technology for frontline health workers. Our open-source technology platform, CommCare, is the world’s most widely-used mobile data collection and service delivery platform.
Currently, Dimagi and CommCare are supporting COVID-19 response efforts around the world. In the United States, we have built a Local Response System to support public health workers in counties and states across the country.
See the Local Response System in Action
Responding Across the United States
Dimagi is partnering with state and local governments across the United States. One of our projects, with the San Francisco Department of Public Health in California, University of California at SanFrancisco (UCSF), and the CDC, recently deployed a variation of the US COVID-19 Local Response System. The system was rapidly developed using CommCare, allowing Department of Public Health officials and UCSF public health officials, students, and librarians to easily track both COVID-19 cases and contacts over time.Download the case study
- Philadelphia Department of Public Health
- Mahesh Nattanmai, Chief Health Information Officer, New York State Department of Health
Government of Jamaica Launches CommCare as COVID-19 Vaccination Management Platform
In a partnership with Dimagi, UNICEF and the Private Sector Vaccine Initiative (PSVI), the Government of Jamaica has rapidly launched a digital system to manage COVID-19 vaccine delivery across the country using CommCare.
Learning from COVID-19: How Investments in Frontline Digital Tools Now Can Prepare Us for the Next Pandemic
Dimagi, Medic, & The Rockefeller Foundation have collaborated on a report to explore how investments in digital platforms for frontline workers today can help prepare for future pandemics.
A Year of COVID-19 Response With CommCare
More than a year on from the release of our first template applications for COVID-19 response, look at how our partners have been putting them to use across the globe.