The objective of this Technical Cooperation (TC) is to support various operations in Brazil including BR-L1518, BR-L1568, BR-L1583, and BR-L1591 to: (i) improve the quality, efficiency and equity of health services through the adoption of digital interventions; (ii) support adoption and adaptation of regional (Latin America and the Caribbean) approaches and best practices for digital transformation of the health sector, related to the design and implementation of electronic health records, telehealth and implementation of international standards for interoperability in health in Brazil; and (iii) document lessons learned from the Brazil context.
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