Bobby Jefferson, Senior Health     Informatics Advisor
Company Statistics•   Independent, privately owned, for-profit•   Founded in 1971•   Headquartered in Washington, DC USA• ...
Global Organizational Structure                                                      Futures Group Global, LLC            ...
Health Informatics PortfolioNigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Zambia, South Africa, HaitiGuyana, Ethiopia , 10 Cou...
Futures GroupeHealth mHealth approach  creative common approach            Use of freely available,    reusable, tools, “c...
Health IT Solutions          Collectively referred to as IQSolutions1.   Electronic medical records     1.   IQCare - Revi...
Futures Health Informatics Team• 3 Regional Software Development Offices (Kenya -7, South Africa-6, India-   12) 25 local ...
Futures Health Informatics Team
Web Browser interface IQCare is availableto all computers connected on the hospital network. No need to install or reinsta...
Physician conducts consultation with data already in IQCare
Lab scientist retrieves ordered tests from IQCare, conductstests and enters results into database
Universal registration form
Interoperability                                                                                        District Indicator...
IQCare 3.0 Beyond HIV• TB Forms• Immunization• Well Baby Indicators• Integrated HIV, TB, PMTCT• Malaria• MOH, NACA, NASCOP...
From: Duncan C. Kirui @Walter Reed ProgramSent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:24 AMSubject: Appreciation IQCareThis is to si...
IQSMS – Mobile Phone Reporting by Health Workers
M&E Electronic Reporting System                                                                     Solar Power Cell phone...
Site Capacity Dashboard
Futures Group                                                                            Southern Sudan                   ...
ICT for Development – Best PC Security Practices
IQHealth KIT• Ecosystem Provider: Futures  Group International• How Used:     – Rural Clinic, Hospital, Mobile       Field...
Futures GroupThank YouBobby Jefferson bjefferson @ futuresgroupLanette Burrows lburrows @ futuresgroupFutures SI Advisor i...
Futures health informatics briefing intel  aug 2011
Futures health informatics briefing intel  aug 2011
Futures health informatics briefing intel  aug 2011
Futures health informatics briefing intel  aug 2011
Futures health informatics briefing intel  aug 2011
Futures health informatics briefing intel  aug 2011
Futures health informatics briefing intel  aug 2011
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Futures health informatics briefing intel aug 2011

1,002

Published on

INTEL futures collaboration

Published in: Health & Medicine
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,002
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
20
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Futures health informatics briefing intel aug 2011

  1. 1. Bobby Jefferson, Senior Health Informatics Advisor
  2. 2. Company Statistics• Independent, privately owned, for-profit• Founded in 1971• Headquartered in Washington, DC USA• 467 staff worldwide• Operating in 30+ countries• Largest country presence, by staff count – USA – India – Afghanistan – Kenya – South Africa – Tanzania
  3. 3. Global Organizational Structure Futures Group Global, LLC Chris LeGrand, MS Chief Executive OfficerBusiness Development Operations Program Ops Facilities Mgmt Ed Abel, MPA Senior Vice President & IT Support Chief Operating Officer Human Resources Organizational Dev Knowledge Svcs BenefitsCorp Communications Recruiting Finance & Administration Employee Relations F&A Financial Mgmt Timothy Schur Chief Financial Officer Tax & Compliance Contracts Pricing Technical Farley R. Cleghorn, MD, MPH Senior Vice President & Chief Technical Officer Center for Policy & Center for Health Advocacy Systems & Solutions Sarah Clark, PhD Shannon Hader, MD, MPH Vice President Vice President
  4. 4. Health Informatics PortfolioNigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Zambia, South Africa, HaitiGuyana, Ethiopia , 10 Countries, 244 Hospital Facilities + 112 SatellitesClinics , 535 Antenatal Care - PMTCT sitesRural, remote, faith based mission hospitals “serving poorest of poor”No power, intermittent power, No IT staff, No internet, Sparse mobile coverageNurses, Clinicians, Adherence Counselors, need health data, M&E programdata in knowledge repositoryLack of referrals or linkage to existing technology systemsCost effectiveness and sustainability -- no funds for proprietary licenses, oryearly maintenance fees
  5. 5. Futures GroupeHealth mHealth approach creative common approach Use of freely available, reusable, tools, “coded in country”Offline Solutions, Disconnected modelReusable software and technology across countries and programsProgrammers and IT staff in countryLow costs, Inexpensive $250-$350 Netbooks Solar mobile phones, SMS
  6. 6. Health IT Solutions Collectively referred to as IQSolutions1. Electronic medical records 1. IQCare - Reviewed by CDC, WHO, USAID 2. IQChart - French language2. Visual Dashboards3. Monitoring & Evaluation Electronic reporting4. GIS and GPS related IQGeo5. Mobile Phone solution (SMS technology)6. SQL Training, Virus Remediation Training
  7. 7. Futures Health Informatics Team• 3 Regional Software Development Offices (Kenya -7, South Africa-6, India- 12) 25 local IT Programmers , Coded in-country, local support,• Agile methodology, Designing System Architecture, Apps Development, ICT4Development• Training of software programmers for sustainability and transition• Kenya HMIS prime EMR, Data Warehouse, DHIS 2.0, Mobile phone• Subcontract with ICAP Columbia University and Elizabeth Glazier Paediatric Foundation for IT and Programming support• DOD HIV AIDS Program DHAPP – accomplished EMR SQL training, virus remediation training in Lesotho Military hospital• DOD Walter Reed – MOU to support 28 Hospitals in Kenya with EMRNiche area:• HIV, TB, Orphans Vulnerable Children , (OVC), Most At Risk Population (MARPS), Maternal Child Health (MNH)• In-country local software development, Infrastructure support , training, EMR, knowledge transfer to Ministry of Health, First line support, technical help desk for regional and rural sites in 10 countries
  8. 8. Futures Health Informatics Team
  9. 9. Web Browser interface IQCare is availableto all computers connected on the hospital network. No need to install or reinstall to client computers -Scalable
  10. 10. Physician conducts consultation with data already in IQCare
  11. 11. Lab scientist retrieves ordered tests from IQCare, conductstests and enters results into database
  12. 12. Universal registration form
  13. 13. Interoperability District Indicators, Donors DHIS v2.0 software, OGAC, CDC, HRSA, USAID Next Gen MOH National Reports Indicators (NGI), Intel, (Kenya , Uganda, Nigeria,) HIV/QUAL, HEALQUAL Netbooks, low cost, low power SDMX-HD Laboratory Partners HL7 v2.5 OpenELIS Pharmacy , Supply Chain Bika Labs EMR SystemManagement Sciences Health, TherapyEdge ARV dispensing tool (ADT) IQCare , (Facility Level) Other EMR (OpenMRS,Baobab Careware Migration ) mHealth Clinical/Medical Partners School of Medicine, Faith Based Orgs Mennonite Christian Charities In-country CHAK, IMA Financial Mgmt Partners Community Mobile health solutions Health Indicators Pastel Software, Dimagi, mHealth Alliance, Tableau DashboardImmunization, Well Baby, WHO -3ILPMS CMMB Integrated HIV, TB, PMTCT
  14. 14. IQCare 3.0 Beyond HIV• TB Forms• Immunization• Well Baby Indicators• Integrated HIV, TB, PMTCT• Malaria• MOH, NACA, NASCOP Forms
  15. 15. From: Duncan C. Kirui @Walter Reed ProgramSent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:24 AMSubject: Appreciation IQCareThis is to sincerely thank you for having come to our users’ training that was held at Baraton from 1st – 5th August 2011. We had a successfulmeeting attended by 60 users from South Rift, Kisumu West and KDoD. From their feedback, they liked the IQCare because of itsrobustness, ease of use and especially the way it captures our forms. We shall be having more of this especially refresher courses in futureafter we have rolled out IQCare. As of now we are confident on the system and ready to implement the system. We shall also be calling youonce in a while especially during data migration, one site visit and commissioning of IQCare System on one site. Duncan KiruiSRV-IT Officer
  16. 16. IQSMS – Mobile Phone Reporting by Health Workers
  17. 17. M&E Electronic Reporting System Solar Power Cell phonesOrphans Vulnerable Children PDA device(OVC), Most At RiskPopulation (MARPS),Maternal Child Health (MNH) Ms Access Database Excel PMTCT MONTHLY REPORT PMTCT Antenatal Clinic (ANC) Monthly Excel Only Summary Form Web Internet 118 Desktop ANC 01. New ANC clients this month 8 ANC 02. Previously known to be HIV positive 17 ANC 03. Total number tasted 574 ANC 04. Number of new client had HIV test at ANC 277 ANC 05. Tested HIV-Positive 37 ANC 06. Post-test counseled for positive and negative 574 ANC 07. Number of partners tested for HIV 16 ANC 08. Tested HIV-Positive 4
  18. 18. Site Capacity Dashboard
  19. 19. Futures Group Southern Sudan Rwanda Intra Health International ICAP Columbia University 44 sites Intra Health International 17 sites Elizabeth Glaser EGPAF 16 sites Kenya Family Health Inter FHI 45 sites Catholic Relief Services - 32 Catholic Relief Services 13 sites Pathfinder International Gertrude Children Hospital DOD Walter Reed - 28 Nigeria Uganda Mennonite Christian Charities Catholic Relief Services Catholic Relief Services John Snow International Rakai Health Services Vaccine Research“After successful assessment, the IQ Care system developed and supported by the FuturesGroup and Catholic Relief Services came up top in terms of overall features (technical and nontechnical) and also in terms of largest number of installations “ WHO sponsored EMR Assessment Report , Kenya May 2009
  20. 20. ICT for Development – Best PC Security Practices
  21. 21. IQHealth KIT• Ecosystem Provider: Futures Group International• How Used: – Rural Clinic, Hospital, Mobile Field Worker – AIDS PMTCT, Malaria• Countries: Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Zambia, South Africa, Haiti , Guyana, Ethiopia (Total: 244 ART sites 112, Satellites 532, PMTCT sites)28
  22. 22. Futures GroupThank YouBobby Jefferson bjefferson @ futuresgroupLanette Burrows lburrows @ futuresgroupFutures SI Advisor in-countrywww.futuresgroup.comwww.iqstrategy.net
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×