Designing Interoperable Health Information Systems Using Enterprise Architecture Approach in Resource‐Limited Countries

The overall goal of this literature review is to identify best practices related to Enterprise Architecture (EA)‐based health information system (HIS) design, implementation, and evaluation in low- and middle-income countries. Literature identified in this review present ways in which EA frameworks have been used to facilitate data collection, examine critical elements for effective health care […]

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Improving Health Outcomes by Enhancing the Content and Use of RMNCH Data in Nigeria’s National Health Management Information System

One of the core objectives of MCSP was to strengthen health information systems to monitor and evaluate health outcomes and improve the use of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH) routine service data to inform decisions at facility, district and state levels. This objective recognized that individuals, organizations and governments rely on data to […]

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Measurement and Data Use for Action and Accountability

MCSP has contributed to better reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) health care practices and outcomes at all levels in part by improving the capacities of frontline health workers and managers in data visualization and the timely use of information. This includes information on RMNCH service coverage, quality, and equity. Over the course of […]

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Maternal Child Survival Program
Maternal and Child Survival Program