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Research hmis

  1. 1. Functioning of HMIS in districtRawalpindi in public healthsector in 2006 A situation analysis
  2. 2. Presented by Ammara Tasawar 06 Breeha Elahi 27 Saba Zubair 81 Saira Tufail 90 Shehla Akbar 208 Sidra Bokhari 214 Irum Hussain 234
  3. 3. AIM OF STUDY Overall health information system in Rawalpindi district at the level of Primary health care
  4. 4. OBJECTIVESTo do a situational analysis of the healthmanagement information system {HMIS} inRawalpindiHighlighting strenghts and weaknesses inthe systemTo study the data collection systemTo analyse the dataTo study the transmission of dataTo review the present status of healthinformation system in Rawalpindi
  5. 5. SITE OF STUDYEXECUTIVE DISRICT Office [health]KHAYABAN-E-SIRSYED RAWALPINDI
  6. 6. INTRODUCTIONWhat is HMIS?HMIS stands for HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  7. 7. HISTORICAL BACKGROUNDThere has been a need to establishan efficient information systemresponding to the information needsof various decision making levels ofhealth care delivery system,thereforebetween june 1991 n july 1992 HMISdesign was finalized with activeinvolement of the future users of thesystem.
  8. 8. National program managers, provincialdirectors, district health officers, medicalofficers in charge, and representatives ofthe paramedical staff were consultedthrough the organization of workshops andmeetingsHMIS was started with the actual functionsof first level care facilities, later on datacollection procedures, information flowsand data processing mechanisms weredefined
  9. 9. Data processing for the new system has beencomputerized at provincial, divisional and on anexperimental basis, at district levelIts overall structure has been approved by thefederal ministry of health and provincial healthdepartments during two national HMISworkshops held in islamabad in january and injuly 1992
  10. 10. The ultimate objective of HMIS is nottherefore “to gain information” but to“improve action”
  11. 11. TEHSILS IN DISTRICTRAWALPINDI GUJAR KHAN KAHUTA KOTLI SATTIAN MURREE RAWALPINDI TAXILLA KALLAR SYEDAN
  12. 12. LIST OF HEALTH INSTITUTIONSIN DISTRICT OF RAWALPINDIS. NO TYPE OF NUMBER HEALTH FACILITIES1. THQ hospitals 042. RHCs 103. BHUs 98Total 112
  13. 13. DATA REPORTING IMMEDIATE REPORT [Disease early warning system {DEWS}] MONTHLY REPORT YEARLY REPORT
  14. 14. FLOW OF DATA*** BHU DISTRICT OFFICER ( HEALTH ) STATISTICAL OFFICER (EDO) DIRECTOR GENERAL HEALTH OF PUNJAB FEDERAL DG HEALTH BUREAU OF STATISTICS ANALYSIS OF DATA PLANNING OF DATA
  15. 15. PRIORITY HEALTH PROBLEMS1. Diarrhea2. Dysentery3. Acute respiratory infections4. Fever5. Cough more than 2 weeks6. Suspected cholera7. Suspected meningococcal meningitis8. Polio9. measles
  16. 16. 10. Neonatal tetanus11. Diphtheria12. Whooping cough13. Goiter14. Suspected viral hepatitis15. Suspected AIDS16. Snake bite17. Dog bite18. Scabies
  17. 17. RECOMMENDATION HMIS should b associated with teaching hospitals GP Records should be collected quality of data should be checked timely reporting and feedback adequate information usage universal launch of HMIS
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