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Hmis

  1. 1. H.M.I.S.HEALTH MANAGEMENTINFORMATION SYSTEM
  2. 2. HMIS A System that provides specificINFORMATION SUPPORT to the DECISION MAKING process at each Level of an Organization
  3. 3. Essentials of HMIS INPUT - The data on selected activities or happenings that will produce information PROCESS - Data is transformed into information--- Collection, Aggregation, Analysis & presentation on time in a legible & understandable format. OUTPUT - Processed information to satisfy one or more user needs.
  4. 4. Essentials Contnd…. RELEVANCE STANDARDIZATION(uniformity in definitions of variables collected e.g.IMR) Data Collecting & Aggregation Instruments Data Presentation
  5. 5. ESSENTIALS----Contd. Flow of Information Use of the Information Filtration of Information Feedback Indicators (Variables which measure the changes e.g. IMR)
  6. 6. USES OF HMIS Measurement of Health status of people To quantify their Health problems & Medical & Health care needs Comparison of Health status (Local, National, International)
  7. 7. USES----Contd. Planningand administration Management of Health Services and Programmes Assessment of Health Services
  8. 8. USES----Contd. Assessment of the attitudes & degree of satisfaction of the beneficiaries Surveillance of Diseases Research
  9. 9. SOURCES OF COLLECTIONOF HEALTH INFORMATION
  10. 10. Sources----Contd. THE CENSUS VITAL EVENTS(Births & Deaths) A.---- In Rural Areas B.---- In Urban Areas (Municipal Registration Office within 4 Days) In Sind (Revenue Officials) In Medical Institutions (Local Health Authorities- To DDO(H),DO(H), Civil Surgeon) INFECTIOUS DISEASES (Only 18 Priority Health Problems are to be reported)
  11. 11. Sources Contnd…. HOSPITAL & DISPENSARY RECORD:a. OPD Registerb. Indoor Registerc. Abstract Register (Daily Tabulation of Diseases)d. Annual Return (Daily, Monthly, Quarterly Reports)
  12. 12. Contnd……. HEALTH MANPOWER : STATISTICS(PMDC, Nursing Council) POPULATION SURVEYS : (Morbidity, Mortality, Nutritional Surveys) EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVIELLANCE : ( Malaria, T.B.)
  13. 13. DEFINITIONS Health InstitutionsA. First Level Care Facility (FLCF) A facility where there is first contact between a Client / Patient and a health care provider.1. Basic Health Unit (BHU)2. Rural Health Centre (RHC)3. Dispensary (Disp)4. Sub Health Centre (SHC)5. First Aid Post (FAP)6. MCH Centre (MCH)7. OPD of Hospital
  14. 14. Cotnd……..B. Referral Level Care Facility (RLCF) Care Providera. For Curative Careb. For Preventive Care Patient / Client
  15. 15. INDICATORS Variables which help to measure CHANGESFunctions / Activities Achievment Objectives Indicator
  16. 16. Data Collection HMIS / FLCFFor Patient / ClientManagement : ------------- 11 Record CardsFor Facility ManagementAggregation : --------------- 19 Registers
  17. 17. Use of Information1. Immediate Feedback• Use by data Collector2. Feedback From Higher Levels
  18. 18. Data Collection Instruments (Facility Based) REPORT FORMS Immediate Report Monthly Report Yearly Report
  19. 19. Transmission of Monthly & Yearly FLCF Reports FEDERAL PROVINCE DISTRICT FLCF

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