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Designing interoperable health information systems using Enterprise Architecture approach in resource-limited countries: A literature review

Learn more about this journal articleThis literature review of 14 articles examines the enterprise architecture (EA) approach to low-income and middle income countries (LMIC). Four themes emerged: the importance of multiple sectors and data sources, the need for interoperability, the ability to incorporate system flexibility, and the desirability of open group models, data standards, and software. Themes mapped to EA frameworks and operational components and to health system building blocks and goals. Most articles focused on processes rather than outcomes, as countries engaged in implementation.
Authors: Susan Higman, Vikas Dwivedi, Alpha Nsaghurwe, Moses Busiga, Hermes Sotter Rulagirwa, Dasha Smith, Chris Wright, Ssanyu Nyinondi, Edwin Nyella

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