Better Data, Better Patient Tracking and Product Management

Kyetume Community Based Health Care Programme (KCBHCP) strives to improve the general health of underserved rural people in Mukono District, Uganda.

Two years later, a second team was asked to help improve KCBHCP’s ability to measure program impact and client health outcomes in order to build strategies for continuous improvement and increase organizational learning. By mapping the patient registration, treatment, and funding agencies’ data requirements for the HIV/AIDS program, the team identified major inefficiencies and streamlined the medical data process. The team also designed a data-collection tool for the orphan and vulnerable children care program and proposed a dashboard framework and sample outputs covering the entire program portfolio of Kyetume. Later that year, Kyetume was already using the data-collection tool and patient-tracking system.


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