HEALTH INFORMATICS

Over the years, we have accumulated capabilities required for the effective deployment of informatics solutions across different sectors. We have a robust and dynamic team of experts with global track records.

Through several programs/projects, we provide informatics planning (system evaluation, needs assessment, baseline assessment, desk reviews, data collection, user requirement gathering, and systematic reviews) implementation (solutions deployment), and evaluation advisory to government MDAs, development partners, and donor organization. Our previous and current project support includes:

Customization and implementation of dashboards

During the outbreak of Ebola Viral Disease (EVD) in Nigeria, 2014, we developed and deployed a solution for an effective response and management of the disease. The systemwasdeveloped and deployed to provide real-time monitoring, tracking, and management of EVD cases for prompt detection of developing symptoms and to inform evidenced based decisions by the incident management team . The tool has now been scaled-up as SORMAS which has been adapted as a primary tool for surveillance and outbreak response and analysis in Nigeria.

Building of customized real-time data management platforms

During the outbreak of Ebola Viral Disease (EVD) in Nigeria, 2014, we developed and deployed a solution for an effective response and management of the disease. The system was developed and deployed to provide real-time monitoring, tracking, and management of EVD cases for prompt detection of developing symptoms and to inform evidenced based decisions by the incident management team . The tool has now been scaled-up as SORMAS which has been adapted as a primary tool for surveillance and outbreak response and analysis in Nigeria.

Short Messaging Service for real-time data reporting:

In line with the government priority of retrieving immunization data in real-time, we
developed a user centered and cost effective solution that simply requires health care workers to report daily immunization sessions via Short Messaging Service (SMS) which gets decoded into DHIS2 compatible reports using a java-based algorithm.

Big Data Tools