Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/215979
Title: ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS BEST PRACTICES IN PATIENT DATA MANAGEMENT FOR EFFECTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICE DELIVERY IN HOSPITALS A CASE OF SOME SELECTED TERTIARY HOSPITALS IN KANO AND JIGAWA STATES OF NIGERIA
Researcher: Sani Nasiru
Guide(s): R.K. Manohar, Sudhinder Singh Chowhan, Ibrahim Yahaya
Keywords: Health Information Management, Data Management, Patients Records, Effective Health Care Services
University: Nims University Rajasthan
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: The research aimed at assessing health information management system, best practices for newlineeffective health care delivery in the selected tertiary hospitals. It began with introductory aspect newlineas well as the review of related literature on health information management. The research is newlinebased on two theories Technological Acceptance Model (TAM) and Theory of Motivated newlineInformation Management or TMIM. Similarly, the objective of the study is to assess the newlinemanagement of patient information for effective health care service delivery in some selected newlinetertiary hospitals in Kano and Jigawa States of Nigeria. Patients were interviewed and newlinequestionnaires were administered to all medical personnel. Moreover, the study was conducted newlinethrough cross- sectional design and study population was shown. It also showed how data was newlinecollected, analyzed and discussed. A total population of 4000 respondents in the selected newlinedepartments of the hospital, a sample of 1000 respondents were selected using sloven,s newlineformular. The demographic data of the respondents and research questions were analyzed newlineusing descriptive statistics (frequency, percentage and charts) while inferential statistics (Chi newlinesquare and correlation) were used to test hypothesis 1-4. Chi square was used to test hypotheses newline1-3 while correlation was used to test hypothesis 4. One thousand (1000) copies of questionnaire newlinewere administered but nine hundred and nine-five (995) copies were retrieved, making 99.6% newlinereturn rate. The results were presented in tables and discussed according to the research newlineobjectives, questions and hypotheses. Based on the findings, it was concluded that the use of newlineelectronic health record will increase the efficiency of healthcare but on the other hand there newlinearemany factors like cost, lack of ICT expert, unwillingness of the hospital management to newlineadopt electronic health record, poor management that stops healthcare practitioners to implement newlineelectronic records and recommendations were also made such as need for government to newlineconsiderer data management
Pagination: 1-16, 1-195
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/215979
Appears in Departments:Department of Public Health



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