Status and Strategies for the Utilization of the Health Management Information System (HMIS) in Uganda – A Study Conducted by METS IntroductionRead more
RASS system was successfully piloted
RASS system was successfully piloted in Rwenzori and West Nile regions, spanning a total of 261 ART accredited health facilities including both PNFPs and Government sites, with average reporting rates at 70%. The pilot focused on report submissions through the RASS system as well as monitoring ARV stock status using the RASS Dashboard.
In attempt to increase the availability and management of ARV supplies across all ART accredited sites, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has scheduled a phased rollout plan to extend the coverage of the RASS system in all the districts in Uganda. In partnership with METS Program, MOH has organized a training on the RASS monitoring system for all the districts in the Soroti Region.
19 (Monday) 9:00 am - 24 (Saturday) 3:00 pm
Following last year’s (2017) joint
Following last year’s (2017) joint UgandaEMR sites situation assessment for Mildmay supported districts, it was found that health facilities are running different versions of UgandaEMR while most of the facilities did not have UgandaEMR installed and used. The teams recommended that Mildmay install and maintain the latest UgandaEMR version (UgandaEMR version 2.0) across all facilities to benefit from key features. Mildmay has therefore, organized trainings for UgandaEMR targeting facility Health Information Assistants, in-charges and HMIs volunteers in fulfillment of action points agreed on during the assessment
The main objective is to train facility Health Information Assistants, in-charges and HMIS volunteers on UgandaEMR 2.0 version
26 (Monday) 9:00 am - 30 (Friday) 3:00 pm