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Publication Octet Stream DHIS 2 Functions and Data Use for Health Information System Strengthening Training Manual: Facilitators’ Guide
Tanzania Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (2017)
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Publication chemical/x-molconn-Z DHIS 2 Functions and Data Use for Health Information System Strengthening Training Manual: Participants’ Guide
Tanzania Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (2017)
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Publication Assessing Barriers to Data Demand and Use in the Health Sector: A Toolkit
(2018)
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Publication Data Demand and Use Curriculum – Facilitator’s Guide
(2018)
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Publication Health Information System Stages of Continuous Improvement Toolkit: User Guide
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication Community-Based Health Information System Guide: Approaches and Tools for Development
Dawne Walker (2019)
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Common Set of HIS Interventions
The most common interventions that MEASURE Evaluation is supporting across the 11 countries are described in the table below, organized by the Health Information Systems Strengthening Model subareas: (1) HIS governance and leadership, (2) HIS management, (3) data sources, (4) data management, and (5) information products and dissemination.
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Common HIS strengthening Interventions
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Health Information Systems Performance
HIS performance is measured by data quality and data use which are outputs of the larger, interrelated system depicted by the HIS Strengthening Model (HISSM).
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Defining Health Information Systems
Health information systems (HIS) provide evidence for policy and program-level decisions to support better health outcomes at both the individual and population levels. However, the meaning of the term “HIS” varies across sources, often with no clear or precise definition.
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