A multicountry user experience analysis of e-TB Manager and an in-depth study in Ukraine were published. However, the procedural aspects of e-TB Manager implementation in each country were not documented. While facilitators and barriers for eHealth implementation in resource-constrained settings are well known, the objective of this paper is to summarize the tailored implementation approaches given local context, which is a crucial consideration. The paper summarizes the key lessons learned and implications for other electronic health information systems.
SIAPS conducted a review of the impact of the QuanTB implementation and related TB PSM technical assistance in 12 countries. The review was conducted using data collected from background documents, reports, interviews with SIAPS staff and country beneficiaries, and online satisfaction and experience surveys. Objectives of the review included determining key achievements, experiences, and perspectives of in-country and global beneficiaries and challenges and lessons learned from the intervention.
User experience analysis of e-TB Manager, a nationwide electronic tuberculosis recording and reporting system in Ukraine
Konduri N, Sawyer K, Nizova N. User experience analysis of e-TB Manager, a nationwide electronic tuberculosis recording and reporting system in Ukraine. European Respiratory Journal Open Research 3;2017: 00002-2017.
A comprehensive assessment of DPM’s medicine regulatory system was conducted September to October 2017 by SIAPS funded by USAID. The […]
A presentation by Kwesi Eghan, Principal Technical Advisor, on March 19, 2018.
According to the World Health Organization, many countries spend 30–40% of their health care budgets on medicines and medical commodities, […]