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Remmy Butia July 19, 2018

Health Management Information System roll out begins as new Website is unveiled.

Health Management Information Systems (HMIS) roll out picks up pace for all hospitals in the county. Stakeholder’s forum organized at Nandi Cottages introduced all attendees (doctors, nurses, administrators etc) to the new system which comes with re-engineered processes to ensure effective and efficient service delivery.

While officially opening the forum, the Deputy County Secretary Ms. Truphena Kobiro applauded the ICT and E-Government for providing the much needed solutions in the health sector. She urged the stakeholders to embrace the new system as it will ensure effective management of health informatio

The CEC Member in charge of Administration, Public Service and E-Government Hon. Teresa C. Morogo, equally supported the change resulting from transformative automation projects in which the ICT sector is helping the health sector achieve their objectives. She guaranteed support to the ICT sector as the county heads to automation of many other services in various departments in the county.

The CO Health and Sanitation Dr. Paul Lagat embraced HMIS and stated that the new system will ensure efficiency in the process of health provision.

While appreciating the efforts by the health department to enhance services through HMIS, The CO in charge of ICT and E-Government, Mr. Misoi Jonathan, emphasized on the need for automation of systems within the county for effective service delivery. He lauded Wilcom Technologies Ltd for competitively participating in a transparent tendering process by presenting the most impressive HMIS and exuded confidence that the system will meet its intended purpose.

HMIS is intended to automate outpatient, inpatient, pathology, Radiology, Procurement, inventory, financial accounting, generating of MIS reports, HR and payroll among other modules. It is majored in more efficient operations and improves patients’ well-being. The systems’ implementation will therefore enable the sector improve quality of care, patient satisfaction and reduced health care cost. Training and implementation process is set to start within the next one month so as to enable users to understand how to navigate through the system.

All these are geared towards achieving efficient and effective health provision which is one of the Tuga Tai’s Big Four Agenda in pursuit of transforming the health sector in Nandi County.

Websites and Citizen Portal

Further, Mr. Misoi took the opportunity to unveil the newly revamped website to be the source of information to the citizens. The CO mentioned that soon, the ICT section will be launching the County Official App (eNandi App) and The Nandi Central Information Portal (NCCIP) that will allow all residents of the county to login and follow everything that goes on the in the County including but not limited to Projects, jobs Board, Professionals and Academic Database, Diaspora portal, Suppliers module, Youth and Sports Module and a comprehensive dashboard that will give real time information from the county Systems.