What can DHIS2 Tracker do?
- Enroll individuals into longitudinal and chronic programs, and improve retention by using Tracker to schedule visits, set up automated SMS reminders, track missed appointments, and more.
- Link individual persons with each other using relationships, and enroll unique records in several health programs without duplicate data entry.
- Collect anonymous or one-off (non-longitudinal) individual-level data records using the Event data model.
- Define your own case-based programs, decide what data to collect at each stage, and use program rules to simplify data entry forms. OR use DHIS2 WHO data packages for standardized Tracker configurations
- Generate daily or weekly visit schedules (work plans) for your facility or community health workers.
- Collect detailed data aligned with standardized codes (such as ICD-10) and surveys (such as WHO's SARA survey) and link them to aggregate indicators for national and international reporting.
- VIsualize and analyze your data with tables, charts, graphs, and maps, including the option to easily define custom map areas related to specific programs.
- Analyze relationships between tracked entities (such as for contact tracing during a disease outbreak) and visualize relationships on a map.
- Collect data online in a web browser, or using Android mobile devices with the DHIS2 Android Capture App in both online and offline modes.
Read more about these features--including updates in the latest software release--on the DHIS2 Tracker Feature Overview page.
Where is DHIS2 Tracker used?
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Example Use Cases: Disease Surveillance, e-Registries, and more
Rwanda used the DHIS2 Tracker package for COVID-19 combined with the DHIS2 Android Capture App to make their process for COVID-19 sample collection, lab testing, and sharing of results entirely paperless from start to finish, and to launch mobile drive-through testing sites with data capture on tablets.
The health authorities in Palestine collaborated to implement Tracker for case-based management of key health programs, from mother and child health to communicable diseases, and used this experience to quickly deploy a COVID-19 surveillance system.
Ghana uses DHIS2 tracker for several health programs, and among other valuable indicators, tracker follows patients currently on antiretroviral therapy. Changes to the data required to be registered in Tracker have eased the workload of health care workers, helping these programs function more effectively.