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The implementation of the Millennium Goals was discussed by Adelaide de Carvalho, including that until the referred date the respective countries will have information and communication technologies integrated in their national health information systems and infrastructure.
They should accelerate the implementation of the WHO framework convention on tobacco control and strengthen national health information systems to collect and provide all surveillance data required for planning and evaluating interventions on NCDs.
The new office is staffed with over 40 employees comprising IT professionals and experts from Spain and Bahrain who are currently working on the implementation of the National Health Information System (iSeha) which is considered to be the first integrated healthcare system in the region.
Making information technologies more accessible and more flexible, says the report, involves: * enhancing measurement and improvement infrastructure; * improving linkages across systems of care; and * participating in the national health information system.
The panel also suggested that Congress consider tax credits, subsidized loans or grants to assist development of a national health information system.
Frenk said the institute will work closely with international partners, including the Health Metrics Network, a WHO-hosted initiative to strengthen national health information systems.
This funding is being used to strengthen the national health information system - a necessary mechanism for monitoring the incidence of malaria and ultimately, when transmission has been effectively eliminated, for providing an early warning of any potential resurgence in malaria transmission that would necessitate targeted control measures.