Routine Data Systems. Data Use for Program Monitoring. Learning Objectives. Differentiate between routine and non-routine data Understand parameters and influences of HIS via the PRISM framework Recognize & use tools available to improve RHIS function. Session Overview.
Data Use for Program Monitoring
1MEASURE Evaluation, Data demand and information use in the health sector: strategies and tools
2 WHO, http://www.euro.who.int/observatory/Glossary/TopPage?phrase=H
1Hurtubise R (1984). Managing Information Systems. Kumarian Press, West Hartford.
strategies & interventions
Attitudes, motivation, values
leadership, structure, culture, roles/responsibilities, resources
*Performance of Routine Information System Management
1MEASURE Evaluation. 2006. Data demand and information use in the health sector: Strategies and Tools
Data collection forms
DeterminantsHIS Quality & Use Influences
RHIS Overview & Facility/Office Checklist
Attitudes & values
Sense of responsibility
Organizational and Behavioral Questionnaire
Health sys. structure
Roles & responsibilities
RHIS Management Assessment Tool
More effective information systems lead to better health status for more of the population
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ICF Macro, John Snow, Inc., Management Sciences for Health,
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evaluation in population, health and nutrition worldwide.