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									HMN: Assessment and Monitoring Tools
 HMN Assessment and Monitoring Tools: An
 Iterative Process

1. Context, processes             2. Data platforms
   & resources




                    Country
                     Health
                  Information
                    System


                                3. Outputs/results
4. Data synthesis,                 for selected
   analysis and use                indicators
 Context, Resources and Processes


• Legal and regulatory issues: HIS plan and indicators
   – Consensus national HIS plan: Coordinating mechanism
     with multiple stakeholder involvement (health,
     statistics, other sectors) Defined core indicators for
     local, national, global level reporting
   – Defined standards for reporting
   – Alignment with MDGs, key programmes
• Resources: Human & Financial
• Data management and costs
   – Clear data flows across levels and between
     programmes
   – Information on costs of data collection approaches
   – Central data depository easily accessible
 Rating Context, Resources and Processes:
 Thailand 2005
                              % rating

• Legal framework
  and context
• Human resources
  availability and
  skills
• Infrastructure,
  equipment,
  information
  technology
• Data flow and
  management,
  feedback
 Rating Context, Resources and Processes;
 Thailand & Ghana 2005
                              % rating

• Legal framework
  and context
• Human resources
  availability and
  skills
• Infrastructure,
  equipment,
  information
  technology
• Data flow and
  management,
  feedback
From Data Demand to
Data Collection

                       Data collection
                         platforms
   Data demand

                          Disease
                        surveillance
  Determinants
                      Health financial
   Risk factors
                         statistics

  Health system        Health service
                         statistics

  Health services
    coverage          Household survey


          Morbidity   Vital registration
 Health
 status
          Mortality
                           Census
Data Collection in Countries
                      Data Collection in Ghana 1991-2008
                      (non-routine only)
                                                                             GHS
                                                                            report
                                                                                          Maternal
                                                                                           health
                                                                         SPA               survey

  Living                                   Living                                        Living
Standards                                Standards                    WHS              Standards
 Survey 3                                 Survey 4                                      Survey 5
                                      CWIQ                                          CWIQ




             DHS 2                          DHS 3                            DHS 4                            DHS 5
                        MICS 3                          Census




    DHS = Demographic and Health Survey; MICS = Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey; CWIQ = Core Welfare Indicators Survey;
    LSS = Living Standards Survey ; WHS= World Health Survey; SPA = Service Provision Assessment
 Criteria for Assessment of Data Collection
 Platforms
• Contents
    – Appropriate data collection method used
    – Cost efficiency and effectiveness issues considered
• Capacity
    – Country capacity to collect the data and manage and
      analyse the results
• Practices
    – Standards applied for data collection
    – Documentation available and accessible, high quality
• Dissemination
    – Analysis of results of available and disseminated
    – Micro data available for public access
    – Meta data available
• Integration
    – Results from different data collection methods compared
    – Appropriate data collection methods used for demographic,
      health and socioeconomic data collection (poverty
      monitoring) and to provide denominators for estimating of
      need and coverage
Rating Data Collection Platforms:
Thailand, 2005
Rating Data Collection Platforms:
Thailand & Ghana, 2005
Criteria for Assessment of HIS
Outputs/Indicators


 –   Data collection method
 –   Timeliness
 –   Periodicity
 –   Consistency
 –   Representativeness
 –   Disaggregration
 –   Estimation method
Rating HIS Outputs/Indicators:
Selected Countries, 2005
Rating HIS Outputs/Indicators:
Selected Countries, 2005
Rating HIS Outputs/Indicators:
Selected Countries, 2005
Rating HIS Outputs/Indicators: Mortality,
Selected Countries, 2005
Rating HIS Outputs/Indicators:
Mortality & Other Health Statistics,
Selected Countries, 2005
Rating HIS Outputs/Indicators:
MDG Indicators,
Selected Countries, 2005
 HMN Operational Framework:
 An Iterative Process of HIS Assessment,
 Development, Monitoring

1. Context, processes             2. Data platforms
   & resources




                    Country
                     Health
                  Information
                    System
                    Profiles
                                3. Outputs/results
4. Data synthesis,                 for selected
   analysis and use                indicators
 HMN Operational Framework:
 An Iterative Process of HIS Assessment,
 Development, Monitoring

1. Context, processes             2. Data platforms
   & resources



                   Country
                    Health
                 Information
                   System
                 Development
                    Plans
                               3. Outputs/results
4. Data synthesis,                for selected
   analysis and use               indicators
 Using the HMN Operational
 Framework in Countries

• Country driven and led
• Stakeholders involved, health and statistics,
  programmes and donors
• HMN provides technical support and covers
  convening costs
• Country profiles indicates gaps and weaknesses in
  health information system
• Provides basis for development of costed national
  HIS development plan
Thank you for your attention




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