During this RHINO forum, we’ll discuss critical considerations in visualizing routine health data, examples of effective data dashboards and decision support systems, and opportunities for innovation around information design in RHIS looking forward. This forum is open until April 7 and your moderators are: Amanda Makulec; Michael Edwards; and Tiana Jaramillo
- 1 year ago
Improving routine health data quality through Data Quality Review (DQR) Framework
During this RHINO forum, we will first provide an introduction to the DQR framework and recommended metrics to measure data quality. We will also discuss country implementation, challenges, and the way forward. This DQR forum will be led by a trio of experts: Kavitha Viswanathan, Bob Pond and David Boone.
- 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Interoperability: Linking RHIS and Other Data Sources
This forum looks at the strategies for the development of interoperability for data found in patient-based systems as well as interoperability between aggregate, facility-based systems including HMIS, human resource systems, logistic management systems, population-based data (surveys) and financial management systems.
- 1 year, 6 months ago
Health Worker Information Systems
This forum will be moderated May 10-19 by Amanda Puckett BenDor and Carl Leitner from Intrahealth
- 1 year, 10 months ago
mHealth and RHIS
How can cell phones and other mobile technologies strengthen your Routine Health Information Systems?
- 2 years, 6 months ago
Gender and HIS
A basic introduction to gender concepts and integration into RHIS.
- 2 years, 9 months ago
Assessing and improving RHIS
Methods applied to assess or monitor RHIS performance, types of information generated through such assessments, and on how the assessments have been used to create change.
- 3 years, 4 months ago
Private Sector Participation on Health Information Development and Use
A robust routine health information system (HIS) that incorporates the private sector is crucial to health sector performance and sustainability.
- 5 years, 5 months ago
- Data Visualization