An efficient and effective Health Management Information System (HMIS) is critical to both the healthcare system and to people’s health by providing the system and data central for policy planning, setting of targets and policy implementation. It requires the availability of, access to, and analysis of accurate and adequate information that address district, national and institutional development as well as implementation challenges. For sustainability, HMIS must consider local settings when designed.
EPOS works with governments and donors to help build integrated information systems aimed at addressing their needs. Other than HIS policy and strategic framework development, such needs encompass national, district and sub-district information systems integrated with human resource management systems, monitoring & evaluation systems as well as related institutional capacity building.
- Algeria – Support to the Health Sector Reform Programme (EU)
- Tajikistan – Technical Assistance to Support Strengthening of Health Information System in Tajikistan (EU)
- Malawi: Strengthening of the Malawian Health Management Information System at National and Decentralized Level (GIZ)
- Bangladesh: Development and Implementation of a Data Management and Information System (DMIS) for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (GIZ)