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Field Health Services Information System

Field Health Service Information System

It is a network information.
It is intended to address the short term needs of DOH and LGU staff with managerial or supervisory functions in facilities and program areas. It monitors health service delivery nationwide.

Ultimate Goal of a Health Information System

To enable various health system stakeholders to make transparent and evidence-based decisions.

General Objective

To produce relevant and quality information in support of health system interventions.

Specific Objective:
To provide data on health service delivery and selected program accomplishments at local levels; To provide data which, when combined with data from other sources, can be used for program monitoring and evaluation; To provide a standardized, facility level database which can be accessed for more in - depth studies; and To minimize the burden of recording and reporting at the service delivery level in order to allow more time for patient care and promotive activities.

FHSIS Importance
Helps local government determine public health priorities Basis for monitoring and evaluating health program implementation Basis for planning, budgeting, logistics and decision making at all levels Source of data to detect any unusual occurrence of a disease Needed to monitor the health status of the community Helps midwives in following up clients / patients Documentation of the midwives / nurses day to day activities

Uses of Information
Policy formulation Planning Implementation Monitoring Control Further studies/researchers ACTION

Sources of Information
Epidemiological Investigation and Surveillance System National Health Survey
Ad-Hoc Survey/Studies, ex. EPI Cluster Survey Field Health Service Information System

Demand for Information

Program Coordinators Researchers Politicians Municipal Health Officers, PHN, Midwives, etc.

Components of FHSIS
Recording Tools
Individual Treatment Record (ITR) Target Client List (TCL) Summary Table > HPA > Morbidity Disease Monthly Consolidation Table (MCT)

Reporting Forms
Monthly Form M1 Program M2 - Morbidity

Quarterly Form Q1 Program Q2 - Morbidity

Annual Forms A-BHS A1 Vital Statistics Envi/Demographic A2 - Morbidity A3 Mortality

Uses & Importance of each Recording Forms

1.Individual Treatment Record (ITR) - foundation/building block - piece of paper - patient consultation record a. Complaints/presenting symptoms b. Diagnosis c. Treatment given d. Date, name, address of patient, etc.

2.Target Client List (TCL)

- To plan and carry out patient care and service delivery Targets/Eligibles - Facilitate the monitoring and supervision of service delivery activities - Record services delivered - Provide a clinic-level data base accessible for further studies - TCLs to be maintained are: TCL for Prenatal, TCL for Post-partum Care, TCL for Family Planning, TCL for Under One year old children and TCL for Sick Children

FHSIS History
1987 conceptualization stage 1988 consultative meetings 1989 pilot implementation (Regions 4 and 7) 1990 nationwide implementation 1993 devolution 1996 1st modification (Modified) 2008 - 2nd modification (FHSISv2008)

Health Programs Supported

Child Care Dental Care Family Planning Maternal Care Malaria Filariasis Leprosy

Schistosomiasis Tuberculosis Environmental Health Natality Morbidity Mortality Demography