Summary of Achieving Universal Health Coverage: The Role of Routine Health Information Systems

Summary Achieving Universal Health Coverage: The Role of Routine Health Information Systems RHINO Forum, January 15, 2019 As a follow up to its Fall 2018 Health Systems Research Symposium side event, the Routine Health Information Network (RHINO) organized an online forum on January 15, 2019. Tariq Azim, MEASURE Evaluation, and Theo Lippeveld, John Snow, Inc. […]

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Join us Jan 15 for a RHINO Forum

Achieving Universal Health Coverage: The Role of Routine Health Information Systems Tuesday, January 15, 2019 10:00 AM EST (GMT-5) Moderators: Tariq Azim, MEASURE Evaluation Theo Lippeveld, John Snow, Inc. As countries continue to invest and make strides toward achieving the SDGs and universal health coverage, strong routine health information systems (RHIS) are fundamental to the […]

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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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Webinaire de RHINO 30 Mai/ Upcoming webinar in French May 30

RHINO will proudly be hosting its first forum in French, discussing IT solutions at health centers and district hospitals to manage health information. Please see details below and share with your Francophone colleagues!   Centres de santé et hôpitaux de district, quels outils informatiques ? Forum  d’échange d’expériences  sur les solutions informatiques utilisées actuellement au […]

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Upcoming RHINO Forum: Improving routine health data quality through the Data Quality Review Framework

We invite you to participate in our next RHINO Forum: Improving routine health data quality through the Data Quality Review (DQR) Framework   Date:  Wednesday, September 27 10:00-11:30 AM EST (GMT-4) | 16:00 – 17:30 CAT (GMT+2)   Factors that can affect the quality of health facility data are often rooted in a system issue. […]

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Improving HIV/AIDS services through routine information—the kickoff webinar

Availability and use of quality routine health information is critical to improving how we plan for and delivery health services. Testing, care, and treatment for HIV/AIDS is no different, and there is increased awareness that HIV services need to be better linked and integrated with other health services. To dive into this important issue, RHINO […]

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