Oasis Websoft has partnered the Ghana Health Service with technical and financial support from GIZ to help prevent and manage COVID-19 in Ghana through the “Bisa App”. The Bisa App is a mobile application providing users with information on COVID-19 and direct access to health professionals. The project provides invaluable data which relevant stakeholders can study and analyze post COVID-19. The Bisa App, through this project, has the potential to become an important tool for the Ghana Health Service for information dissemination due to its multi-layered functionality, user friendliness, ease of access for both the public and the involved authorities and the potential to adapt to different and urgent situations.
WOWlogbook is a visitor identification and employee management system that enables businesses to keep track of employee attendance and monitor visitors who visit their premises. Visitors will be uniquely identified by their phone numbers and QR ( Quick Response ) codes, so they will not have to sign in every time they visit the same location. The app also allows for the tracking and management of employee attendance.
Wala means Life in the Ghanaian GA Language. Wala is a mobile application that allows hospitals in Ghana to send notification to potential blood donors and also educate the public on the importance of blood donation.
The app will also serve as a database for blood donation activities with the aim of digitizing the whole process in the long term. Wala was founded by Bisa a mobile health technology company in partnership with the National Blood Service Ghana.
Bisa means “ask” in the Ghanaian Twi language. It is a mobile application that allows users with an Android ,iphone or Windows phone to directly interact with medical practitioners without being physically present at the hospital.
“Yes Doc” is a mobile application that allows doctors to answer queries from the public on the Bisa Health Application platform. The application also allows doctors to chat with fellow doctors about certain questions before submitting a response.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Secretariat (MES) seeks to achieve its mandate through the deployment of skilled human resources and modern technology to enhance data management, information dissemination and feedback on government programmes and projects for national development.