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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 A Stronger Health Information System Means a Healthier Country
JC Thomas (2017)
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Publication Assessment Tool for Electronic Health Record Security: Guidance for Low-Resource Settings
MEASURE Evaluation (2020)
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Publication Country-Led, Holistic Data Quality Assurance: Institutionalizing Data Quality through a National Technical Working Group and the Data Quality Review
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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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 Documenting Health Data Quality Practices within USAID Supported Implementing Partners and Health Facilities Receiving MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania’s Technical Assistance
MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania (2018)
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Publication Feasibility of Integrating Social Service and Community Health Data in DHIS 2
Dawne Walker (2017)
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Publication Global Digital Health Resources and Maturity Models: A Summary
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Health data—use it or miss out. Here’s how.
Access popular tools and guidance for improving use of health data.
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Health Information System Architecture: Harmonized and Interoperable
By Manish Kumar, MPH, MS. Research in Bihar, India suggests that a federated information system architecture could facilitate access within the health sector to good-quality data from multiple sources, enabling strategic and clinical decisions for better health.
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