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Six key components ,QIRUPDWLRQ SURGXFWV 7KURXJKZLGHVSUHDG HEALT METRICS NETWORK Framework and Standards for Country Health Information Systems SE OND ED ON A guide to the HMN Framework Components of a strong health information system Better Information. Better Decisions. Better Health.
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1. HIS resources there are several physical and structural requirements that need to be put in place before a strong system can be built Inputs 2. Indicators to monitor the system’s eectiveness, it needs measurable sets of data that reect

change over time 3. Data sources a combination of sources, both periodic and continual, provides the best quality information most eciently. 4. Data management to get best collection, storage, quality-assurance, processing, compilation and analysis Processes 5. Information products data transformed into information that can be used to by decision makers to improve health care 6. Dissemination and use the value of information is enhanced by being accessible to decision makers and by providing incentives for information use Outputs Legislative, regulatory & planning framework. t

Personnel, nancing, logistic support, IT and communication systems. *OEJDBUT NFBTVF EFUFNJOBOUT of health, health system, and health status. *OEJDBUT OFFE U F WBMJE reliable, specic, sensitive and feasible to measure. 1QVMBUJOBTFE TVDFT – population surveys, civil registration, censuses. *OTUJUVUJOBTFE TVDFT individual records, service records, resource records. "  NJOJNVN EBUBTFU  TJNQMJńFT collection and improves the quality of data.  "O JOUFBUFE EBUB FQTJUZ combines data from dierent sources, and both collects and manages information, and enables wide

distribution of data. $VOUZ JOGNBUJO DBO F made a core part of day-to-day management of health systems. This can be achieved by placing a greater value on information collection, management and use. " DZDMF G WBMVF BEEJO through compilation, analysis, interpretation, presentation, inuence and implementation results in a strengthened HIS and a more eective health system. Resources include everything the system needs, from oce supplies to computer systems, the sta and their capabilities, and the policies that allow the system to operate. Each country’s HIS needs

to be designed to make use of the resources that are available, and to best meet the country’s needs. WHO has produced a compendium of standard denitions and measurement issues for 40 key core indicators World Health Statistics 2009. This is a good reference for developing indicators. "O JOUFBUFE )*4 QVMMT UFUF data from a range of sources, and integrates them into meaningful information products that can be readily accessed and used. Once data has been collected and stored, it needs to be processed and compiled in such a way that the data can easily be compared and collated with

information drawn from other sources, so that data is not duplicated, mistakes are identied and corrected, and accuracy and condence levels can be measured. User dashboards, reports, queries, and alerts give ready access to the results of the value-added information resulting from the analysis of the data. By connecting data production with its use, the HMN Framework empowers all those who contribute to strengthening the system. HIS Components
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Monitor (Planners and policy-makers) stakeholders (HIS) Better information Better decisions Better health indicators

for change (HIS) Integrate interpret and evaluate (HIS) mana ge and analyse (HIS) and decisions ormat for presentation to planners and Data Knowledge Evidence Impact Decisions Information Compile Implement decisions (System) Ethiopia - lightening the burden Health care workers in Ethiopia have found that an eective and standardized HIS helps to improve health service delivery. Proper data collection and interpretation has helped to inform decision- making right in the health facility. Before the introduction of our new health information system, there were various health data-gathering

forms: one developed by the Federal Ministry of Health and regional health bureaus and others introduced by partners. All the forms served the same purpose but left health care providers having to duplicate eorts. The forms lacked uniformity and were modied by every health care provider at their convenience. Furthermore, few health managers used the information collected.... The introduction of the new HMIS forms was initially received unfavourably by health care providers who mistakenly anticipated more paperwork. In truth, the forms lighten the burden through the use of a

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Further information: Health Metrics Network World Health Organization, Avenue Appia 20, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland Tel.: + 41 22 791 5494 Fax: + 41 22 791 1584 healthmetrics@who.int www.healthmetricsnetwork.org A four-page overview of how and why countries should invest in improving HIS The Need for Strong Health Information Systems — is available from the HMN. 51 promoted by PARIS21 in its support for the integrating of sectoral components into national

strategies for the development of statistics (NSDS). 3.2.2 Phase 1 – Leadership, coordination and assessment The leadership, coordination and assessment phase is essential both for the successful launch of the process and for subsequent support. Many diverse actors have key roles to play, and consensus is needed to determine priorities and to agree upon the methods for addressing them. eadership Practical success in health information system strengthening depends largely upon the personal commitment and dedication of those involved, in particular senior decision- makers such as government

ministers and managers. To ensure this, it is vital to make the case that health information makes a difference. ART 3. S TRENGTHENING H EALTH I NFORMATION SY STEMS Fig 14. R oadmap to applying the H MN Framework and standards for country health information systems Phase 2 Priority-setting and planning Phase 1 Leadership, Coordination and Assessment Leadership Coordination Assessment Vision Strategic Plan Implementation Plan and Budget Secure Funding Phase 3 Implementation of Country Health Information System Strengthening Activities Data Sources Integrated Health Information System

Standards-Compliant Data-Collection Activities Extract and Integrate Data Health Information System Actors Using Evidence for Decision-Making Integrated Data Repository Dashboard, Reports, Queries, Events and Alerts Senior Country Official National Public Health Official International M&E Officer District Health Manager Senior Country Official Facility Health Officer Etc. Policies, Resources and Processes Censuses Population- based Individual Records Institution- based Civil Registration Service Records Population Surveys Resource Records The HMN roadmap to building an integrated HIS Rationale

for the HMN Framework HEALT METRICS NETWORK Framework and Standards for Country Health Information Systems SE OND ED ON HEALTH METRICS NETWORK The need for strong health information systems Better Information. Better Decisions. Better Health. HEALT METRICS NETWORK Assessing the National Health Information System An Assessment Tool VERSION 4.00 HEALT METRICS NETWORK Framework and Standards for Country Health Information Systems SE OND ED ON