slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Orientation Norms PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Orientation Norms

Orientation Norms

114 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Orientation Norms

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Country Ownership Strategies:Asia Pacific Leadership Forum on Health Information SystemsWHO WPRO Conference Center13-16 June, 2011

  2. Orientation Norms • It is never too late to offer anything that is good. • Union is the source of success.

  3. Agenda

  4. A Collective Vision for HISProfessor AbulKalam Azad

  5. HIS Impact StoryStrengthening Vietnam’s HIS through System Design, Standards and InteroperabilityAssoc.Prof. Nguyen Hoang Phuong, Ph.D.Deputy Director, Department of Science & TrainingMinistry of Health of Vietnam

  6. HIS Challenge • Principle: Strong national HIS improves evidence-based decision-making, informs health policy and planning, enhances monitoring of public health, and can better address the continuity of care of individuals. • Reality: In many countries, HIS remains fragmented, with little emphasis on aligning various information systems within an integrated national HIS framework. Few staff have health information and health IT skills. • Goal: To improve understanding of HIS standards so as to increase timeliness, reliability and quality of information flow across systems, and to strengthen human resources for health information. • Key players: MOH DST, USAID, GIZ, CDC, WHO, Rockefeller Foundation

  7. Placement of IT within Ministry of Health Goverment State Steering Committee on IT Chair: Vice Prime Minister Nguyễn Thiện Nhân MIC MOH Steering Committee on IT in Health Chair: Minister. Nguyen Quoc Trieu MOH Dept of Science &Training (IT group) Cabinet of MOH streering Commitee IT Dept (Office of MOH) Dept of Med. Services Planning & Finance Dept Preventive Med. Dept. Other Depts CHITI (Hosps., edu. Units, Institutes) Med. Depts of 63 provinces, cities

  8. Actions Taken Organized a regional workshop in HoiAn, Vietnam 4-7 April, 2011 to: • Increase awareness of importance for adopting national HIS standards, of different types available and how they can be used, and local applicability. • Promote awareness, applicability and use of enterprise architecture (EA) approach. • Develop an inter-operability framework to support the implementation of priority HIS interventions.

  9. Impact • Vice Minister of MOH of Vietnam (Prof. Nguyen Thi Kim Tien) deemed HIS strengthening a priority for Vietnam and identified several priority issues in 2011 – 2015 on which to focus: • EMRs and Hospital Information Systems (focusing on developing an exchange data protocol based on HL7 standard). • Unique Patient Identifiers • National Medical Database • Developing remote health consultation services and examination, treatment (Telemedicine) • Health Statistics Information Systems • Health Information Technology Human Resources • HIS and IT policy and legislation • Infrastructure

  10. Impact (cont’d) • Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between MOH and key donors: USAID, WHO, CDC, Rockefeller Foundation etc. • Establising MOH working group on HIS: Technical group on IT, Policy and legation group, IT human resource group. • Identified Proof of Concept Pilots within the MOH Department on HIV/AIDS • Interoperability across LIS, PMIS ….

  11. Next Steps • Propose establishment of MOH Department of IT. • Establish IT technical group within MOH to work with donors for HIS development where DST is a coordinator . • Establish health information technology working group to help MOH with IT applications in medical sector where DST is a coordinator . • Cooperate with Asia-Pacific countries to develop the standards and inter-operability of HIS.

  12. Key Messages What to do after June’s Forum in Manila ? • Countries participating in the HIS forum should establish an international working group that organizes and implements pilot projects within our two regions that address standards and inter-operability of HIS (e.g. HIS data exchange engine based on HL7, DHIS etc.) that can be replicated in multiple countries. - Identify financial resources from governments, donors, and other organizations to support implementation of pilot projects.

  13. Thank You!

  14. Strengthening Health Information Systems:Creating an Information CultureManila, June 14, 2011Theo Lippeveld, MD, MPH,

  15. Country Ownership Strategies:Asia Pacific Leadership Forum on Health Information SystemsWHO WPRO Conference Center13-16 June, 2011

  16. Agenda