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
Healthcare Provider Training: A Mobile Tool for COVID-19 Workers
The Healthcare Provider Training & Monitoring template application offers the frontline workers responding to COVID-19 easy access to resources for education, training, risk assessment, and symptom screening.
Facility Readiness: A Mobile Stock Tracking Aid for COVID-19 Response
The Facility Readiness template application supports facilities responding to COVID-19 to assess their readiness and keep track of vital stock.
New Template BI Tools to Support COVID-19 Response
To help our partners rapidly set up their COVID-19 data pipelines, Dimagi is developing template dashboards across our partners’ most common BI tools that can be easily connected via CommCare’s built-in integration features.
Dimagi-Supported Project Announced As Part of 2020 Audacious Project
Today, TED announced that a joint effort between the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, the African Center of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases, Dimagi, Fathom Information Design, and MASS Design will be a part of this year’s Audacious Project – a collaborative funding initiative targeting big, bold solutions to the world’s most urgent challenges.