Dec 6th Webinar: A Health Information Systems Learning Agenda

Join MEASURE Evaluation for a one-hour webinar focused on our Health Information System Learning Agenda. The webinar will take place December 6, 2018, at 9am EST and will be led by MEASURE Evaluation’s Emily Bobrow, Heidi Reynolds, Eva Silvestre, Ashley Strahley, and Liz Millar. Strong health information systems (HIS) are the backbone of a strong health […]

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Summary of RHINO’s Side Session Panel at HSR2018

Achieving Universal Health Coverage: The role of Routine Health Information Systems RHINO Side Session Panel, Hilton Liverpool City Centre, October 10, 2018 The Routine Health Information Network (RHINO) organized an interactive panel discussion to explore the role of routine health information systems (RHIS) in achieving universal health coverage (UHC) on Wednesday, October 10th at the […]

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Global Symposium on Health Systems Research HSR2018

Below is MEASURE Evaluation’s take on the HSR2018 conference.             Brittany Iskarpatyoti and Tariq Azim just returned from Liverpool, England, where they joined a global conversation at HSR2018 about advancing health for all in the era of Sustainable Development Goals. Brittany was inspired by her colleagues from around the world—and a […]

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Join us in Liverpool for an Interactive Panel on the Role of RHIS in Universal Health Coverage

Please join us for a panel discussion: Achieving Universal Health Coverage: The Role of Routine Health Information Systems Wednesday, 10 October 2018 Hilton Liverpool City Centre Grace Suite 3 | 3 Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool L1 8LW, UK Panel discussion begins at 17:00 Light refreshments to follow Moderated by: Jean-Pierre de Lamalle, Aedes Panelists: Tariq […]

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What Data Do National Health Management Information Systems Include?

On Wednesday, September 5, USAID and its flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) will kick off a three-part webinar series to share findings from a review from 24 countries on what HMIS information is available regarding maternal and newborn care, family planning, and child health and nutrition service delivery. This webinar, the first in […]

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2nd EAC Regional E-Health & Telemedicine Workshop – Kigali, Rwanda

The main objective of the 2nd Regional E-Health and Telemedicine Workshop, Ministerial Conference and International Trade Exhibition is to have high level dialogue with different stakeholders on how technology can enhance healthcare delivery, brainstorm on the issue of ICT regulations especially those related to e-health, how to enhance usage of e-health platforms in East Africa […]

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Save the Date: 6th AeHIN General Meeting + APAMI 2018 Conference

Mark your calendars, here are two events happening later this fall: On October 7-9, AeHIN will host its 6th General Meeting and Conference on Interoperable Digital Health for UHC. This year’s convening will take place in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Immediately following, on October 9-12, the Asia-Pacific Medical Informatics (APAMI) will host its 2018 Conference, Transforming […]

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Ethiopia Embarks on Standardizing Its Electronic Health Management Information System

By Benti Ejeta Ethiopia is revolutionizing its current health management information system by adopting DHIS2—a tool with global acclaim for transforming the way health data is collected, validated, visualized, and analyzed. Ethiopia is rolling out the eagerly awaited comprehensive health data management platform, commonly known as District Health Information Software 2 (DHIS2). By launching the […]

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Workshop Ensures Child Health & Nutrition Data is Used for Decision Making

With a focus on strengthening routine monitoring of child health services, USAID and MCSP hosted an Africa Regional Workshop in Johannesburg this September. The four-day workshop – entitled Improving Routine Data for Child Health in National Health Information Systems – was an energetic and productive affair, with more than 90 participants in attendance from 15+ countries. Presentations […]

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