Data hubs enable institutions to consolidate data from multiple sources into a secure online platform that facilitates collaboration with internal and external partners. They are ideally suited to managing health data.
Our international collective of software engineers and data scientists have years of specialist experience in the integration, management and visualisation of public health data.
A social enterprise working with UN field experts, Ministries of Health, and other local partners across the globe, especially in low and middle income countries.
A data hub is a web-based application for the consolidation and secure sharing of quality-controlled data. It does not replace existing data collection and management systems, but sits alongside them, providing a single unified gateway to the data.
We cover a huge range of data-related tasks and we're always happy to have a chat to see what you need. If you have something in mind that you can’t see listed, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do.
Many of our partners use DHIS2 to collect public health data. Data from DHIS2 and/or other systems is exported, combined, cleaned and analysed for reporting purposes. The finalised data is stored on private computers and mannually distributed to partners via unencrypted email. A data hub improves on this by providing a centralised platform to store, manage and access the data, as well as to automate parts of the data management process.
Many governments and institutions use data hubs to manage, share and publish their data. Examples include data.gov.uk and data.nhm.ac.uk. Fjelltopp has built a data hub for UNAIDS Geneva to support their HIV estimates process, called The AIDS Data Repository and has other data hubs in the early stages of development.
Fjelltopp provides consulting time at discounted rates for projects that align with our social mission. The total cost of the project is dependant on the scope of the requirements laid out by the client. We have assembled a fully costed proposal detailing how the first phase of the project might proceed.
We would build your data hub with CKAN, a popular open-source Python project used by governments and NGOs worldwide. Our open-source software is free for your IT team to use and build upon without need of a license - there is no vendor lock-in.
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