Assessing the national health information system : an assessment tool, Version 4.00
Health Metrics Network. & World Health Organization. (2008). Assessing the national health information system : an assessment tool, Version 4.00. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/43932
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Assessment of national health information systems : matching services to new needs of health information : toolkit World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/06/5063184/A, 2007)How can WHO get an in-depth knowledge of users' needs in health information, especially in Member States? What are the keys to more efficient national health information systems (NHIS)? Such challenges were discussed as part of a project on the assessment of national health information systems (NHIS), launched by the Health Information unit. Systematic reviews of NHIS should be conducted at regular intervals to respond to the rapidly-evolving needs of contemporary public health. This toolkit was prepared and pilot-tested in 2003-04 in five pilot ...
Support tool to assess health information systems and develop and strengthen health information strategies Unknown author (2015)During its meeting of December 2013 the Standing Committee of the Regional Committee asked the WHO Regional Office for Europe to develop a practical support tool for Member States. This tool is intended to assist Member States in developing and improving their national health information systems through the development of a national health information strategy, in order to support them with implementation of Health 2020. It is based on existing tools developed by WHO’s Health Metrics Network. Good health information supports public health ...
Assessment of the health information system in Hungary / by Marta Bakacs, Csilla Kaposvari, Benigna Kiss, Jozsef Vitrai and Janos Vizi Bakacs, Marta; Kaposvari, Csilla; Kiss, Benigna; Vitrai, Jozsef; Vizi, Janos; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/05/5059618, 2006)This assessment of the National Health Information System (NHIS) in Hungary was conducted as part of a project of the WHO Regional Office for Europe. Its goal is to enable a better use of information in decision-making, while taking into account the other factors influencing decisions. The methodology was developed in Romania in June 2003, and then tested in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary and Poland in 2004. This report is the result of the Hungarian experience. Semi-structured interviews of high-level key-informants, both decision-makers ...