University of Health and Allied Sciences
The University of Health Allied Sciences has embarked on one of the most ambitious development projects in the history of West Africa. This forward-looking socially responsible initiative has been designed and built from the ground up and is emerging as a 702-acre multi-hundred million dollar Global Community.
Out4Good has long-term commitments to the University to assist it with the development of solutions to address the University’s long and short-term needs.
The need for electronic healthcare records, management, and billing systems ("EHR") is long overdue for hospitals and healthcare facilities in underserved communities throughout the world.
Inefficiencies in infrastructure, technology, and communication are major issues that prevent the administering of successful healthcare treatment to the more than one billion people inhabiting Africa. Most of the world's underserved communities' healthcare facilities still rely on paper-based medical records and outdated EHR software systems.
As part of our e-Health Initiatives,
Out4Good has fostered the deployment of the CLODS System™ for the implementation of the CLODS proprietary, fully-integrated EHR system with medical and educational institutions in Ghana, West Africa.
CLODS System™ Advantages:
The cornerstone of Out4Good’s Think Positive Initiatives is its tolerance, technology, and infrastructure based Global Community model. This model addresses the many challenges that face underserved, disenfranchised, and marginalized populations in geographic areas where most people in the world reside.
Out4Good envisions a Global Community where all humans benefit from sustainable infrastructure and cutting-edge technologies. Several of Out4Good’s Global Community projects are underway that encompass infrastructure, affordable housing, and development of educational and healthcare facilities. Out4Good’s Global Community projects utilize the CLODS System™, a regional health information exchange platform that has an integrated suite of network-enabled e-health services that facilitates the delivery of healthcare more efficiently and cost-effectively to millions of people in underserved communities throughout the world by connecting healthcare facilities region by region, generating measurable social impact. Read More >>
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Volta Regional Hospital Complex
The Volta Regional Hospital Complex, an Out4Good Global Community, is a 150-acre,
multi-use medical complex with a planned expansion of US$ 300 million ("VRH Complex").
Located in the Municipality of Ho in the Volta Region of Ghana, the hospital's existing 240-bed facility currently serves more than 100,000 patients a year. Plans for a new 600-bed hospital extension are being finalized to further its teaching hospital mandates. The hospital is a “feeder” hospital for the 30+ district hospitals and clinics in the Volta Region.