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Determining factors contributing to slow adoption of district health information system application programme on health services in Tanzania case of: Chamwino district.

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dc.creator Kulanga, Victor Methusela
dc.date 2019-09-06T08:06:35Z
dc.date 2019-09-06T08:06:35Z
dc.date 2014
dc.date.accessioned 2019-12-06T12:20:31Z
dc.date.available 2019-12-06T12:20:31Z
dc.identifier Kulanga, V. M. (2014). Determining factors contributing to slow adoption of district health information system application programme on health services in Tanzania: case of Chamwino district (Master's dissertation). The University of Dodoma: Dodoma.
dc.identifier http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1794
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/16502
dc.description Dissertation (MA Computer Science)
dc.description This study entitled “Determining factors contributing to slow adoption of District Health Information System Application programme on health services in Tanzania” was conducted in Chamwino District Dodoma region. Specifically, the study was done at Buigiri, Iringa Mvumi, Chamwino, Haneti, Handali and Mpwayungu health centers were selected. Results from this study indicated that; the impact of DHIS Application programme on health services in Tanzania is increasing. The contents of this report offer powerful insight facts, strategies, tools and tips that can be used as a basis for impact assessment to the continuous development of organizations, management and practitioners. The recommendations suggests to reframe the problem in health sector rather than management as one of overcoming DHIS impact application programme to take a purposeful action, rather than adopting from the management. Moreover, doctors and nurses should improve the delivery of DHIS services, greater co-ordination of activities within organizations and improvements in administrative efficiency. Having said the above, Government must introduce a modernized statutory definition towards improving health sector strategically, because heath sector and administrative efficient are interdependent to each other. The conclusion made in this study relies on the research findings. The government to introduce new professional ideal resource design available to the regional and national evidence on the impact of DHIS application programmes on health services in Tanzania rather than depend on donor’s initiatives policy context.
dc.language en
dc.publisher The University of Dodoma
dc.subject Health information
dc.subject Chamwino
dc.subject Dodoma
dc.subject Health services
dc.subject Impact assessment
dc.subject DHIS Application
dc.subject Tanzania
dc.subject Health System
dc.subject Buigiri
dc.subject Haneti
dc.subject Iringa Mvumi
dc.subject Handali
dc.title Determining factors contributing to slow adoption of district health information system application programme on health services in Tanzania case of: Chamwino district.
dc.type Dissertation


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