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Publication Engagement de la communauté dans la revue et l’amélioration des services de santé en utilisant les données du système national d’information sanitaire (SNIS)
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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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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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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Data Demand and Use
Quality data is fundamental to health systems and their programs across the board from HIV, to family planning (FP), ending preventable child and maternal death (EPCMD), malaria, reproductive health, and all areas of care that ensure public health.
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Data Quality
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Data Quality Review Toolkit
The Data Quality Review (DQR) toolkit proposes a unified approach to data quality and includes guidelines and tools that lay the basis for a common understanding of data quality.
Located in Our Work / Data Quality
Data Science Programming Library
This page presents some examples of core R code for kriging and mapping that has been used by the project to support its work in geospatial analysis with big data for global health.
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Health Informatics
MEASURE Evaluation helps at global and country levels to strengthen health information systems (HIS) by applying innovative health informatics tools and processes.
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Defining Electronic Health Technologies and Their Benefits for Global Health Program Managers
Located in Our Work / Health Information Systems