All ten countries in ASEAN have committed to the achievement of universal health coverage, a goal that defines and manifests the principle of health as a human right. Despite strong commitment and action, universal health coverage is difficult to achieve and sustain, with trade-offs made between accessibility, affordability, and quality. There is increasing interest in the role of digital technology to achieve universal health coverage. While many governments have created national digital health strategies, with varying degrees of success, there is an opportunity to share knowledge on contributors and barriers to successful implementation. There is also an opportunity to discuss the role of the private sector, both for profit and nonprofit, in helping goverments to avoid missteps and most effectively implement digital health programs.