We have a shortage of qualified health informatics professionals in our country. There needs to be proper academic programs or universities offering health informatics graduate education to healthcare professionals. A strong partnership between the Myanmar health ministry and international academic programs is needed to provide online education to the existing government-sector workforce, particularly in remote areas. While some non-governmental organizations have attempted to develop health information systems to record patient information and share it among clinics, poor internet connectivity and error-prone processes make it challenging to maintain sustainability, negatively impacting the workforce. Lastly, the high initial cost of implementing eHealth or Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems is a significant challenge for small organizations, who must balance their budgets to hire qualified health informatics professionals and invest in IT resources.