Health Informatic Public Private Partnership Cambodia (HI-PPP)
October 2012 – 2015
Using a combination of a fingerprint identification system and a master patient index, clinics can track patients across multiple systems, ensuring that doctors have the most up-to-date reliable information on their patient’s unique needs.
Health Informatic Public Private Partnership Cambodia (HI-PPP) focused on first building local capacity in ICT portfolio management, architecture, and integration and then funding specific changes to health systems by using three approaches — Data Integration, a combination of fingerprint identification system and a master patient index for up-to-date reliable information on patient’s need, CQI Dashboard Indicator, collecting patients’ information in a database for Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), and HIV Patient Data Aggregation, centralizing information in a database, export, and analyze information. In addition to the in-country technology improvements, the HIPPP is funding the creation of a knowledge base of scientific evidence from rigorous evaluations of our work as well as the technological patterns, reference architectures and processes to share experiences, reduce risk, and improve the effectiveness of ICT beyond the initial reference countries.