The World Health Organization has published a set of guidance documents and standards to optimize the analysis and use of data collected through routine health information systems. Through collaboration with the University of Oslo, disease-specific modules for DHIS2 have been developed and can now be downloaded from the WHO website.
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DHIS2 is the world's largest health management information system (HMIS) platform, in use by 67 low and middle-income countries. 2.28 billion (30% of the world's population) people live in countries where DHIS2 is used. Read more in the factsheet.
DHIS2 is typically used as national health information systems for data management and analysis purposes, for health program monitoring and evaluation, as facility registries and service availability mapping, for logistics management and for mobile tracking of pregnant mothers in rural communities.
Runs on everything
With DHIS2 you can capture data on any type of device, including desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones and feature phones. Most solutions work-offline, enabling improved reach in locations with poor connectivity. DHIS2 provides a wide range of solutions based on HTML5, SMS and Java.
DHIS2 development is coordinated by the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP) and is an open and globally distributed process with developers in Vietnam, India, Tanzania, Norway, Ireland and United States of America. The community includes monitoring and evaluation specialists, medical doctors, information technology experts, software developers and many others.
Do you want to join the community? Become a member of the DHIS2 Community of Practice and subscribe to the mailing list to receive our monthly DHIS2 newsletter. You can request more information about the software at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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