Session IV – Using Data for Decision Making

Session IV will focus on MEASURE Evaluation’s experience in developing tools and approaches to improving the use of health data and information.

May 22, 2014 | 10:30 – 11:30am EST 

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Overview – Scott Moreland

Session IV focuses on MEASURE Evaluation’s experience in developing tools and approaches to improving the use of health data and information. An overview of progress over the last 10 years from Phase II through the end of Phase III in data demand and use (DDU) highlights the changing paradigm, development of conceptual frameworks, strategies, tools, training materials and results. 

The New Data Demand and Use Conceptual Framework – Tara Nutley

This presentation focuses on the new DDU conceptual framework which links monitoring and evaluation data to the building blocks of a health system. The presenter will also describe the project’s 8-part intervention approach with examples of the 8 intervention activity areas.

The Cote D’Ivoire Experience - Leontine Gnassou

Leontine Gnassou will present a case study of her country’s experience in applying the 8-part intervention approach as a comprehensive intervention and describe the data use outcomes in Cote D’Ivoire as measured by a PRISM assessment.

At the end of this session Scott (Trebek) Moreland will challenge participants to a JEOPARDDU! quiz competition!

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