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Going Paperless
MEASURE Evaluation helps Swaziland ensure data quality as the country digitizes its health information system.
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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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UNC Awarded $48 Million D4I Project to Support Data Use and Evidence Building in Global Health
A new $48 million award, Data for Impact (D4I), begins this month. Its goal is to help low-resource countries gather and use information to strengthen their health policies and programs and improve the health of their citizens.
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Making Decisions on Data Quality
Read about new data quality tools—one is a guide to existing tools; another helps countries lead their own data quality assessments.
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MEASURE Evaluation Co-organizes the International Conference on Big Data for Health in Dhaka
The conference provided a timely platform to exchange knowledge, experiences, and expertise to discuss digital innovations and ways to harness big data for sustainable development in health service delivery.
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New Health Facility Registry Will Support Decision Making for Better Health in Nigeria
A new tool to track health facilities nationwide was just launched in Abuja, Nigeria.
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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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Tidy Data and How to Get It
By John Spencer, MA. Untidy data can undermine even the strongest health information system and introduce a barrier to effective data use.
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It’s Time for a New Question in Disease Outbreaks
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH. A new brief explores the importance of gender in monitoring and evaluation and suggests indicators that can reveal and explain gender gaps in emerging infectious disease outcomes.
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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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