A project that was one of the winners of the call for proposals for the implementation of IS4H projects promoted by the Pan American Health Organization aims to develop and implement the modules of nominal load and consolidated burden of morbidity, management of establishments and talent human using OpenEHR tools. As defined by Wikipedia, "OpenEHR is an open standard specification in health informatics that describes the management and storage, retrieval and exchange of health data in electronic health records." In openEHR, all health data of a person they are stored in an EHR centered on the person, 'of a single life', independent of the provider."
The project aims to improve the public health management of the Ministry of the Popular Power for Health (MPPS) for the monitoring and evaluation of Venezuelan health policies, guaranteeing the necessary information for decision making at central and deconcentrated levels.
Once it is fully implemented, the project expects to have consolidated morbidity information according to the levels of the national and sub national health organization; To have a technological tool that allows to identify the characteristics for the management of the network of health establishments and services; and have a technological tool to identify the geographical, administrative and characteristics for the management of human talent that makes up the country's health organization.
The project aims to improve the public health management of the Ministry of the Popular Power for Health (MPPS) for the monitoring and evaluation of Venezuelan health policies, guaranteeing the necessary information for decision making at central and deconcentrated levels in the management and implementation of health policies.
The execution of the project helps to improve the quality of health care by measuring indicators that allow correction in the quality of health care, measuring coverage, type of services and health care personnel. Among these measurements will be the number of establishments connected and recording data, the number of people trained in the use of technology, the characterization of the use of services by population groups, the level of universal coverage and vital statistics indicators.