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Wednesday, June 19 • 10:30 - 12:00
Strengthening Date Use in DHIS 2: Bottleneck Analysis dashboards

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Bottleneck analysis is a systematic way of analyzing health systems constraints that inhibit the coverage and quality of health interventions. It has been used by district management teams to support annual health sector planning. For a given health intervention, bottlenecks in the operation of the service are identified, constraining factors responsible for such bottlenecks are analyzed, and local solutions for improving services are developed.

In our session, we will provide an overview of participatory design in the development of a bottleneck analysis application for DHIS2 to support enhanced use of routine data for subnational performance monitoring and planning, do a live demo of the application, and discuss the future app development roadmap, plans country implementations and opportunities for collaboration.

Below is an outline of the session:
  • Introductions and Overview
  • Bottleneck Analysis Application Demonstration
  • App Development and In Country Implementation Roadmap
  • Commentary: Bottleneck Analysis for Health System Strengthening
  • Discussion: Q&A , possible synergies and future collaborations

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Maria Muñiz

Health Specialist (Systems Strengthening), UNICEF ESARO
Maria is based in Nairobi, Kenya working as a Health Specialist, System Strengthening with the UNICEF Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa. She supports health information systems strengthening and use of evidence to support data driven equity focused health strategic... Read More →
avatar for Eric Munyambabazi

Eric Munyambabazi

HISP Uganda
DHIS2 Implementation and Support for Health and Environment. data use and Systems Strengthening applications (Scorecard, Bottleneck analysis, and action tracker), Systems Integration and electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30 - 12:00
Logo Ole-Johan Dahls hus - Room Logo (2438)

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