PRISM framework: a paradigm shift for designing, strengthening and evaluating routine health information systems
The Oxford Journal of Health Policy and Planning
published an article submitted by the MEASURE Evaluation project on the Performance of Routine Information Systems Management (PRISM) framework in its March 2009 issue. The article argues a need for internal mechanisms within health systems to develop performance targets, track progress, and create and manage knowledge for continuous improvement, and offers the PRISM framework (formulated by the MEASURE Evaluation) as a tool for information systems improvement.
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