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We support implementations of digital health interventions that utilise data in health information systems, and conduct research on the optimal design and implementation of such interventions.

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We support implementations of digital health interventions that utilise data in health information systems, and conduct research on the optimal design and implementation of such interventions.


We cooperate with partners globally to provide training and technical assistance. We co-design all systems and digital health interventions with users, and implement and work with country partners towards long term sustainability and scalability. 
 
We offer support on critical eRegistry issues including legal and ethical concerns; software considerations and the availability and the usability of adaptive applications and/or functionalities; systematic assessment of data needs; formulation of useful evidence-based indicators; training including data management and use; and dissemination strategies.  
 
Working alongside implementations, the eRegistries team develop the science for digital health interventions for health systems strengthening. We do research in real-world settings, and it includes intervention trials, implementation research, systems analysis & priority setting, and epidemiology. 
 
The following intervention trials are conducted in Palestine and Bangladesh, in collaboration with the Centre for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health (CISMAC), a Norwegian Centre of Excellence: 
 
  • eRegQual - an electronic health registry with Interactive Checklists and Clinical Decision Support for improving quality of antenatal care
  • eRegTime - Efficiency of health information management using an electronic registry for maternal and child health
  • eRegCom - Quality Improvement Dashboard for healthcare providers and Targeted Client Communication to pregnant women using data from an electronic health registry to improve attendance and quality of antenatal care
  • eRegMAT - Strengthening reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services in Bangladesh with an electronic health registry
All our work feeds into Global Public Goods. We develop tools, documentations and guidelines in collaboration with the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP), University of Oslo.