Global Observatory for eHealth surveys
The Global Observatory for eHealth, based in Geneva, periodically issues a global survey to assess the status of e-health development at the national level. From this, a number of thematic publications and country profiles are produced to provide an overview of global trends in e-health.
Atlas of eHealth country profiles (2015)
The 2015 Atlas of eHealth country profiles provides data on e-health collected from 125 of the WHO Member States around the world. Data on 47 of the 53 Member States in the European Region is available.
National eHealth Strategy Toolkit (2012)
This toolkit is a product of collaboration between WHO and the International Telecommunication Union. It provides descriptions, components, and processes which can be used to develop, implement and monitor a national e-health strategy.
Be He@lthy, Be Mobile
Be He@lthy, Be Mobile is a global initiative using mobile technologies to prevent and treat noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Through toolkits for different disease areas, the initiative supports governments in utilizing m-health programmes as part of their broader health services and provides technical advice to countries for adapting the toolkit to their specific needs.