Dr Peter Benjamin is the Executive Director of HealthEnabled, a non-profit organisation registered in South Africa seeking to align digital health policy, programs and user needs to ensure the integration of sustainable, scaled up, effective digital health tools into national health systems.
An ICT expert with over 20 years of experience leading research and policy projects and organizations, Peter has been involved in a wide range of ICT for social change initiatives, including extensive work on mobile Health. Amongst other things, he founded the LINK Centre for research and education into ICT policy at the University of Witwatersrand, was the Managing Director of Cell-life for seven years and headed up the Capacity Building arm of the global mHealth Alliance.
Rome Business School eHealth Masters
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Health Information Systems South Africa (HISP-SA)
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