Current Kenya Healthcare Reporting methods

Does anyone know where I can find some articles/journals about the current reporting methods between the government and Health centers/Dispensaries?

Eric:

This is where reporting takes place - https://hiskenya.org/dhis-web-commons/security/login.action;jsessionid=EFB6556D426E5BAC9BE11648FBB1FF78.

Generally, from all the lowest level 2 health facilities (dispensaries, etc), reporting gets aggregated at now sub-county and county levels. With DHIS2, the plan was for all facilities to key in their standard reports, and once those are approved at county level, they would then be indicated as final facility reports in DHIS2.

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Steven, I am being invited to present at an Infectious Disease conference in the next few months. I have Bill Tierney’s data accumulation in AMPATH slides-visits/patients/total data points. From your reporting are there graphics of data reporting that I could use in such a presntation? Terry Hannan

Hi Terry, I’ll check what’s relevant in my stack and her back to you. Current in hectic travel for two weeks. Please remind me if I don’t revert in 2 weeks.

Thanks.

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Hi Steven, this is not a reminder but to let you know I am travelling back to Australia over the next 4 days so I will not be accessing my emails as frequently. It has been an amazing sabbatical in Santiago Chile. Terry

Terry:

Will you be in Singapore early Dec for the OpenMRS meeting? I’ll also settle down over this weekend, so I can send you some info early next week, and if you will be in Singapore, we can also discuss some more.

Thanks.

Hi Steven, I have had to forgo the meeting in Singapore as today I fly back to Australia from Chile following a 3 month sabbatical in Santiago. There is a very active OpenMRS group here in the tertiary education centre DUOC UC where the system is used to teach in biomedical informatics. I had contacted that group to see if they could also attend in Singapore but they have end of year activities to complete. I look forwards to hearing from you. Terry

Hi Steven, here is the “reminder” from me that you requested. Terry

Dr Terry J. Hannan MBBS;FRACP;FACHI;FACMI Consultant Physician Clinical Associate Professor School of Human Health Sciences, University of Tasmania Department of Medicine Visiting Fellow, Centre for Health Informatics, Macquarie University, Sydney Launceston General Hospital Charles Street Launceston 7250 Ph. 61 3 6348 7578 Mob. 0417 144 881 Fax 61 3 6348 7577 Email terry.hannan@dhhs.tas.gov.auoutbind://21-00000000CE6891EA9693784F8369C3F9F842586007004536092D6B1A8140A17AEDB955662848000001418F68000077AB6B1EC4168B4D82A274505EB2163A0001B4192C160000/terry.hannan@dhhs.tas.gov.au Skype: thehannans

Steven, a “reminder”. Terry :slight_smile: Have a great Xmas break

Dr Terry J. Hannan MBBS;FRACP;FACHI;FACMI Consultant Physician Clinical Associate Professor School of Human Health Sciences, University of Tasmania Department of Medicine Visiting Fellow, Centre for Health Informatics, Macquarie University, Sydney Launceston General Hospital Charles Street Launceston 7250 Ph. 61 3 6348 7578 Mob. 0417 144 881 Fax 61 3 6348 7577 Email terry.hannan@dhhs.tas.gov.auoutbind://21-00000000CE6891EA9693784F8369C3F9F842586007004536092D6B1A8140A17AEDB955662848000001418F68000077AB6B1EC4168B4D82A274505EB2163A0001B4192C160000/terry.hannan@dhhs.tas.gov.au Skype: thehannans

Hi Terry, my sincere apologies. I have been caught up responding to RFAs leaving no time for anything else. I’ll probably get to this in the coming week if it’s not already too late.

Thanks.

Take your time I have several months to prepare. I always prepare well in advance. A lesson I learnt from my first presentation in front of Tierney and Einterz😳