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dc.contributor.authorMEASURE Evaluation
dc.descriptionWho Should Use this Registry HIS managers and other personnel can use the registry to search by column for indicators that meet their needs. Information on each indicator was drawn directly from the document source, and information on scoring mechanisms and potential data sources are only provided if this information was explicitly stated in the source document for the indicator.en_US
dc.description.abstractThe Health Information System Indicator Registry is a repository of indicators that are used to evaluate the performance of health information systems (HIS). Indicators listed here have been drawn from existing tools, reports, and guidance. The indicators range from national to facility level and are categorized by: * Areas and subareas of the Health Information System Strengthening Model (HISSM) * Method of collection (e.g., data mining, data source review, etc.) * Scoring mechanism (numerical or nonnumerical)en_US
dc.subjectHealth Information Systemsen_US
dc.subjectHIS Strengtheningen_US
dc.titleIndicators on the Status of a Health Information Systemen_US

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    In an effort to document what works to strengthen HIS, MEASURE Evaluation developed a validated, standard set of metrics and description of methods for use in HIS evaluation and strengthening.

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