The Open Health Data Dictionary (OpenHDD) is a collaborative, web-based, open-source application aimed at developing and sharing common data definitions and data dictionaries. This brochure gives an overview of how OpenHDD works and who is using it.
Comprehensive, searchable, free database for health systems evidence.
The fourth Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) general meeting and conference on Measurement and Accountability for Universal Health Coverage (MA4HealthAP) was held October 26-30 in Bali, Indonesia. This year’s conference focused on investment planning and implementation of scalable and sustainable M&E systems, Health Information Systems
This report presents the results of a planning exercise undertaken on behalf of two pilot schemes for social health protectionin Bangladesh. The first scheme is a health protection scheme for the poor (Shastho Surokhsha Karmasuchi, SSK), which is fully subsidised, i.e. the Government of Bangladesh will pay the premium
Policy brief describes how UHC is gaining momentum with ICT investments.
Leveraging eHealth standards and infrastructure to serve the needs of the 4 P’s (Patients, Providers
Health information system requirements through the eyes of the 4 Ps: Patients, Providers, Payors & Policymakers.
Our partners at PATH and PharmAccess held a webinar on the Performance Based Financing (PBF) Community of Practice in Africa.
Overview of the JLN-developed openHDD tool and the process used by countries in creating and using a health data dictionary.
Interoperability relies on eHealth standards – but which standards should we use?
Study visit report from Malaysia's study visit to Taiwan
the Asia eHealth Information Network organized the IT4UHC Conference with support from the JLN and other partners.
Indonesia visited Thailand to study the Integration of National ID with Social Security Number with Health Insurance.
Final report from the Ghana delegation India study tour.
This publication describes efforts by Bangladesh’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, with support from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), to strengthen the country’s routine health information system (HIS). Despite significant health achievements in recent years, the absence of a
Connecting Health Information Systems for Better Health: leveraging interoperability standards to link patient, provider, payor, and policymaker data eBook, developed by PATH for the JLN Information Technology Technical Initiative, is a reference guide for countries wanting to link their universal health coverage (UHC) and eHealth information systems using