Our main goal is to support the Ministry of Health, County Health Management Teams, and Service Delivery Partners in Developing and Maintaining Health Information Systems Innovations in the Republic of Kenya.
The project has been in existence since 2011 and has been implemented in three phases. The first phase (KeHMIS I) was implemented between 2011 and 2016 and was geared towards ensuring the HIV data collection paper records were digitized, the deployment of HIS to HIV Clinics and Legacy Data Migration was achieved, the second phase of the project (KeHMIS II) was implemented between 2016 and 2021 and sought to extend HIS coverage to cover the spectrum of HIV/AIDS, Scale-up of EMR sites & their use towards optimal data availability. The third phase (KeHMIS III) commenced in Oct 2021 and is expected to continue until September 2026. This phase seeks to improve HIS towards the delivery of Patient-Centered Care and improve data demand and use for individual-level data.
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In Kenya, Palladium currently implements seven (7) projects; Kenya Health Management Information System II (KeHMIS II), County Measurement Learning and Accountability Program (CMLAP) (Tupime Kaunti), Kenya Investment Mechanism (KIM), Health Policy Plus (HP+), Australia Awards Africa (AAA), New Partnerships Initiatives (NPI) Expanding Health Partnerships (NPI EXPAND) and Regional Agriculture and Market System project (RAMS). Additionally, Kenya hosts the Palladium Data Informatics and Analytical Solutions (DIAS) Regional Hub which offers informatics, technology project management, and governance support to global projects.
JKUAT is an academic institution with a unique mix of colleges that work together to deliver value on a broad set of skill areas relevant to KeHMIS III. Through JKUAT School of Computing, Geomatics, Statistics, Public Health and Medicine, JKUAT supports the KeHMIS III project with a mix of skillsets and value to the project on diverse areas including Capacity Strengthening on HIS, Data Demand, Use, analytics and in strengthening the sustenance of HIS by leveraging HIS practice areas.
HETARK is a Non-Governmental Organization registered and operating in Kenya since 2008. HETARK will be instrumental towards the delivery of KeHMIS III project by providing technical capabilities and existing organizational relationships to implement the HRH scope and in maintaining the suit of mHealth solutions supported by the Project.