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Publication How Social Networks Can Improve the Use of Data
Michelle Li (2017)
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Publication Getting to an Evaluation Plan: A Six-Step Process from Engagement to Evidence
Brittany S. Iskarpatyoti, Beth Sutherland, Heidi W. Reynolds (2017)
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Waves of Opportunity from Big Data, and the Wake of Questions Left Unanswered
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH. Big data was a key topic at the American Evaluation Association annual meeting, including the questions it raises.
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Publication A Notch Above: Streamlining Capacity Building for M&E in Kenya
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA (2017)
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Publication Report of the Kenya Health Data Collaborative: Resource Mapping for Health Information and Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
Republic of Kenya Ministry of Health (2017)
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Improving routine health data quality through the Data Quality Review Framework
Join a RHINO forum on Wednesday, September 28, on Data Quality Review (DQR), which provides a harmonized framework and approach to assess the quality of data reported routinely from health facilities.
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Factors that Affect Collection and Use of Sex- and Age-Disaggregated Data
MEASURE Evaluation has released three publications to help donors, governments, and groups working on health information systems to better understand factors that affect collection and use of sex- and age-disaggregated data.
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Publication Factors Affecting Sex- and Age-Disaggregated Data in Health Information Systems – Lessons from the Field
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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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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Publication Federated Health Information Architecture: Enabling healthcare providers and policymakers to use data for decision-making
Kumar M, Mostafa J, Ramaswamy R (2017)
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