Software for Longitudinal HIV Patients monitoring: Leadership and National Ownership<br />Konan DJ-P, Kouassi-Gohou AV, Ka...
Background<br />2003: HIMS Assessment<br />2005: Integration HIV indicators in HIMS<br />Development 1st HIV tools, <br />...
Background (2)<br />CDC Mission in Côte d’Ivoire<br />Providedadvice for informatic application developement<br />Advised ...
TechnicalWorking Group<br />HIS and Monitoring & Evaluation issues <br />insufficient of quantity and qualified M&E staff<...
TechnicalWorking Group (2)<br />Initial Members :<br /> MOH<br />DIPE, PNPEC, PSP<br />PEPFAR Partners<br />CDC-Retroci<br...
TWG Missions<br />Provide technical advice to the MOH/ DIPE<br />Develop Technical specifications<br />Develop the terms o...
TWG Missions 2<br />Coordinate implementation<br />Operating Mode<br />Regular Meeting<br />Chair: MOH / DIPE<br />Consens...
Results<br />2006-2007 (CDC/PEPFAR)<br />SIGVIH TWG meetings initiated by the CDC PEPFAR team<br />Need assessment,<br />T...
Results (2)<br />Ownership MoH/HIMS department as a national tool : Setting up of the CATSIS-HIV<br />Operational unit for...
Results (3)<br />Now it’s an ongoing local Development<br />Use by non-PEPFAR partners<br />ESTHER<br />Word Bank<br />Glo...
Results (4)<br />Current membership of the TWG<br />National Party<br />DIPE<br />HIV Program, TB Program, PSP<br />PEPFAR...
Challenges<br />Availability of financial resources<br />For maintain and increase IT positions<br />For integration of ot...
Validation SIGVIH 1.3.2 version at MEASURE Evaluation Office<br />
Last validation session of SIGVIH at MoH Office<br />
Conclusion<br />Non integrated Health information system<br />Using HIV financial resources to integrate and improve the o...
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Software for Longitudinal HIV Patients Monitoring: Leadership and National Ownership

  1. 1. Software for Longitudinal HIV Patients monitoring: Leadership and National Ownership<br />Konan DJ-P, Kouassi-Gohou AV, Karcher S, Duvignac J, Traoré M, Nicoué Aimé, De Keroguen Nicolas<br />
  2. 2. Background<br />2003: HIMS Assessment<br />2005: Integration HIV indicators in HIMS<br />Development 1st HIV tools, <br />Each partner had his tools<br />News Tools based in the WHO patient monitoring systems’ tools <br />Aconda VS adaptpaperstools<br />Develop an internal application (electronic adaptation of the paper based tool)<br />
  3. 3. Background (2)<br />CDC Mission in Côte d’Ivoire<br />Providedadvice for informatic application developement<br />Advised to use Monistac (Aconda VS)<br />Monistac<br />Is software developed by Aconda VS, a local NGO and used in health facilities supported by this NGO <br />Used in a context of Research Framework<br />Mains functions: HIV Patient Monitoring and drug Management<br />MOH Request to PEPFAR<br />Financing a national electronic medical record for HIV patient monitoring<br />Existing SI TWG<br />
  4. 4. TechnicalWorking Group<br />HIS and Monitoring & Evaluation issues <br />insufficient of quantity and qualified M&E staff<br />This lead on informatic TWG setting<br />Name of the application : SIGVIH (HIV Information Management System) with regard to the general HIMS/SIGVISION<br />
  5. 5. TechnicalWorking Group (2)<br />Initial Members :<br /> MOH<br />DIPE, PNPEC, PSP<br />PEPFAR Partners<br />CDC-Retroci<br />Aconda VS / ISPED<br />MEASURE Evaluation, <br />SCMS<br />EGPAF,<br />Secretariat<br />Health Information Division <br />
  6. 6. TWG Missions<br />Provide technical advice to the MOH/ DIPE<br />Develop Technical specifications<br />Develop the terms of reference<br />Develop deployment plan<br />Validate all options<br />Coordinate users’ training<br />
  7. 7. TWG Missions 2<br />Coordinate implementation<br />Operating Mode<br />Regular Meeting<br />Chair: MOH / DIPE<br />Consensus decision making<br />Proposal to DIPE<br />
  8. 8. Results<br />2006-2007 (CDC/PEPFAR)<br />SIGVIH TWG meetings initiated by the CDC PEPFAR team<br />Need assessment,<br />TWG <br />Development of EMR specifications,<br />Development of deployments’ plan and validation documents<br />Organization of the first validations<br />Administrator Training<br />
  9. 9. Results (2)<br />Ownership MoH/HIMS department as a national tool : Setting up of the CATSIS-HIV<br />Operational unit for EMR implementation<br />Regular TWG meeting at MOH office<br />Endorsement of the document by the General Directorate of Health (DGS)<br />Training and Coaching of 216 users <br />154 facilities/354 currently use HIV EMR<br />Conducting supervision in facilities using EMR<br />
  10. 10. Results (3)<br />Now it’s an ongoing local Development<br />Use by non-PEPFAR partners<br />ESTHER<br />Word Bank<br />Global Fund<br />
  11. 11. Results (4)<br />Current membership of the TWG<br />National Party<br />DIPE<br />HIV Program, TB Program, PSP<br />PEPFAR IPs<br />MEASURE Evaluation<br />SCMS, EGPAF<br />ACONDA VS<br />ICAP, HAI<br />Non-PEPFAR partners<br />ESTHER, Global Funds (Care International)<br />World Bank<br />
  12. 12. Challenges<br />Availability of financial resources<br />For maintain and increase IT positions<br />For integration of other programs (TB, Malaria or PMTCT…)<br />Maintain trained people<br />Integrate use of national HIMS software in national pre-service training institution <br />
  13. 13. Validation SIGVIH 1.3.2 version at MEASURE Evaluation Office<br />
  14. 14. Last validation session of SIGVIH at MoH Office<br />
  15. 15. Conclusion<br />Non integrated Health information system<br />Using HIV financial resources to integrate and improve the overall HIMS,<br /><ul><li>Strong ownership
  16. 16. And Leadership
  17. 17. Improve Health Information System
  18. 18. for strengthen Health System</li>

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