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RELACSIS is a new and exciting web-based network for Spanish speaking professionals working to strengthen health information systems.
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RELACSIS Annual Meeting in Mexico
The Latin American and Caribbean Network to Strengthen Health Information Systems (known by its Spanish acronym, RELACSIS) held its annual meeting November 11-13, 2013 in Mexico City, Mexico.
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Strengthening ICD-10 through Virtual Courses
On Monday, March 10, 2014 the RELACSIS network launched a virtual course on medical coding using ICD-10.
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Routine Health Information Network (RHINO)
A collaboration of groups and organizations working to strengthen the role of evidence-based decision-making using routine health information.
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RHINO Workshop Participants to Advocate for Strong Routine Health Information Systems
The 4th International Routine Health Information Network (RHINO) Workshop, held March 8-12, 2010 in Guanajuato, Mexico focused on how to measure and improve routine health information system (RHIS) performance.
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RHINO Online Forum: Private Sector Participation in Health Information Development and Use
RHINO, in collaboration with MEASURE Evaluation, is hosting an online forum led by Bolaji Fapohunda, PhD, Senior Technical Advisor of MEASURE Evaluation, who will guide a focused discussion on the key issues in routine data development and use in the private sector and the linkages with the public sector.
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Research Findings Published in Several Scholarly Journals
Research findings by MEASURE Evaluation is often published in various scholarly journals. Citations and links to full articles have been provided for further reading and reference.
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Family Folders: Low-resource Health Data with a Big Impact
Community Health Information Systems in Ethiopia
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Health Systems that Can Talk to Each Other Can Respond Better to Emergencies
The Ghana Ministry of Health is hosting an international meeting on ways to improve health information systems so that countries in the region can better respond to health needs, such as the Ebola epidemic.
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The Time is Now for Improving Routine Institution-based Health Information Systems
Robust routine institution-based health information systems not only report quality data to national and international policy makers, but most importantly generate the relevant data that district managers and care providers need to make decisions that ultimately will lead to sustainable health outcomes in the communities they serve.
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