PRISM Tools Help Managers Plan Stronger SINAIS

A recently published case study reveals how the PRISM framework and its tools could help policy makers and HIS managers of Guanajuato State identify the system's strengths and weaknesses and develop interventions for strengthening.

An assessment of the National Health Information System (SINAIS, by its Spanish acronym) in Guanajuato State, Mexico, was conducted in January 2010 to provide information on the SINAIS situation of the Guanajuato State Department of Health.

The findings from this assessment are going to be used by Guanajuato State health officials as an integral part of their health information system strengthening plans.

The Guanajuato SINAIS Assessment report illustrates how the SINAIS assessment in general and specifically how the PRISM framework and its tools could help policy makers and SINAIS managers to identify strengths and weaknesses of the system and develop interventions for strengthening the SINAIS. The report also includes discussion of the methodology, the systems areas of strengths and recommendations to strengthen identified areas requiring improvement.

Download the Guanajuato SINAIS Assessment report. (pdf, 1507Kb)

The 2018 version of the PRISM Series, updated and with new modules (Toolkit, User’s Kit, and Training Kit) is available here:

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