Public Health Informatics: Designing for Change – A Developing Country Perspective – eBook

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  • Authors: Sundeep Sahay, T. Sundararaman, Jorn Braa
  • File Size: 3 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 290 pages
  • Publisher: OUP Oxford
  • Publication Date: February 9, 2017
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0198758774
  • ISBN-13: 9780198758778


Product ID: 113071 SKU: public-health-informatics-designing-for-change-a-developing-country-perspective-ebook Categories: , , , , , Tags: ,

Over the final three many years big effort has gone into strengthening public well being info programs (HIS). They at the moment are a major component of well being sector reform initiatives, however are rising in complexity. This is pushed by the rising range of expertise platforms, the multitude of actors concerned, rising calls for for info, and the necessity for information privateness and safety. Initiatives like Universal Health Coverage and Prevention of Non-Communicable
Diseases are anticipated to position extra burdens on all well being programs. Though, they’ll pose specific challenges in useful resource-constrained settings, like low- and center-earnings nations (LMICs), the place well being programs have struggled to provide high quality care.

Public Health Informatics, (PDF) discusses the trials that exist within the design, improvement, and implementation of HIS. Key drawback areas, like sub-enough information and issues of inter-operability, are evaluated intimately and the ebook appears at attainable approaches to addressing these challenges in LMICs. Case research critically assess the experiences of nations and well being programmes within the constructing of HISs, to find out the failures and successes of various approaches. Finally, the ebook explores how future programs in creating nations may be formed.

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