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Publication Production and Use of Estimates for Monitoring Progress in the Health Sector: The Case of Bangladesh
Ahsan KZ, Tahsina T, Iqbal A, Ali NB, Chowdhury SK, Huda TM, Arifeen SE (2017)
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Publication Using census data to measure maternal mortality: A review of recent experience
Kenneth Hill, Peter Johnson, Kavita Singh, Anthony Amuzu-Pharin, Yagya Kharki (2018)
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Publication “Every Newborn-BIRTH” protocol: observational study validating indicators for coverage and quality of maternal and newborn health care in Bangladesh, Nepal and Tanzania
Louise T Day, Harriet Ruysen, et al. (2019)
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Publication Facilitators, best practices and barriers to integrating family planning data in Uganda’s health management information system
Stephen Ojiambo Wandera, Betty Kwagala, Olivia Nankinga, Patricia Ndugga, Allen Kabagenyi, Bridgit Adamou, and Benjamin Kachero (2019)
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Demand and Readiness Tool for Assessing Data Sources in Health Information Systems (HIS DART)
The purpose of the Demand and Readiness Tool for Assessing Data Sources in Health Information Systems (HIS DART) is to guide a systematic review of the demand for HIS data sources and the readiness of these sources to generate comparable data to monitor health system performance.
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Weekly Malaria Monitoring Helps Mali Track Potential Outbreaks on a Web-based Database
The USAID mission in Mali requested MEASURE Evaluation to support the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) to expand its malaria data reporting system to some of the health facilities in the region and to ensure timely and accurate malaria case reporting as a way to identify and head off any outbreak. MEASURE Evaluation responded by setting up a Malaria Epidemic Surveillance System (MESS) for early detection of malaria outbreaks.
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Learning, to Prevent the Next Outbreak
Guinea was ground zero for the 2014 outbreak of Ebola virus, and health experts were concerned that other critical health issues such as routine care for maternal and child health, might suffer because of clinic closures or fears of contracting the virus. MEASURE Evaluation conducted a rapid assessment to understand better the effects of Ebola and published a journal article on the results.
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Privacy, Security, and Confidentiality of EHRs
Use of electronic health records (EHRs) can improve quality of care, reduce costs, enhance patient mobility, improve reliability, and enable evidence-based medicine. However, to realize these benefits, privacy, security, and confidentiality of EHRs must be ensured.
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Gender Data Sheds Light on Vulnerable Populations in Zambia
When policymakers get access to gender-related data to inform national health strategies, as well as program development and implementation, health outcomes for vulnerable populations improve.
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Transforming Rural Health Workers' Jobs through Digitization
Effective use of digital information and communication technologies is poised now to change the way rural health workers work and to offer them an increased level of efficiency. In Bangladesh, a pilot program has begun transforming the rural health workers’ jobs and the accuracy of the data they gather.
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