Africa’s e-health start-ups rise, but not all are mobile-first based
3 November 2017
ICT use in healthcare provision in Africa is not actually mobile-first despite the number of e-health start-ups accelerating, a new report released last week shows.
This is contrary to popular assumptions that a majority of them do leverage on use of mobile gadgets to reach their target audience.
Start-ups tracked in the High Tech Health: Exploring the African E-health Startup Ecosystem Report 2017, revealed that only 44 per cent of the e-health ventures sampled are mobile-based despite popular belief in the power of the gadget to reach those in far-flung areas of the continent. Read the full article on Daily Nation here.