Policy brief: investing in health information systems

Hodge, Nicola, Rodney, Anna and Power, Mark (2013). Policy brief: investing in health information systems. Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, University of Queensland.

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Title Policy brief: investing in health information systems
Abstract/Summary Health information systems need to be recognised as an essential component of health service delivery in the Asia and Pacific regions, and valued for their ability to provide evidence for decision-making. Globally, there is increasing understanding of the importance of efficient and effective health information systems that underpin health services. There are increasing requirements for governments to be accountable, and thus a strong need for measuring health outputs and outcomes.
Publisher Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub, School of Population Health, University of Queensland
Series Policy Brief
Date 2013-04
Author Hodge, Nicola
Rodney, Anna
Power, Mark
Open Access Status Other
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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