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STRENGTHENING FHSIS

ACTIVITIES

Strengthening FHSIS

In the National Objectives for Health 2005-2010 (www2.doh.gov.ph/noh/toc.htm), FHSIS is


recognized as one of the major sources of Philippine Health Information of the Department of Health.
The following objectives are mentioned:

Objectives Indicator Target Baseline

Quality, timely and relevant Standardized and harmo- Standardized definitions of Begun later part of 2004
health information at all levels is nized health data require- health indicators nationwide and finalization 2005
ensured ments and indicators
Standardized health data NEC, 2004
requirements for every level
of health facilities

Harmonized system of
health data generation
among different government
agencies Table continued on next
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STRENGTHENING FHSIS
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Objectives Indicator Target Baseline

Compliance to a standard 80% of LGU and private All health facilities ran by
health information reporting sector facilities with accu- LGU and/or government
system of all public and rate and complete FHSIS agencies are submitting
private health facilities reports complete reports except
ARMM
80% of LGU and private
sector facilities with timely For timeliness, only 50%
reports are submitting reports on
scheduled date

NEC, 2004
Health systems performance Data generated for, stan-
measures among LGUs are dard health indicators util-
institutionalized ized for measuring LGU
performance

In order to meet this objective, the National Epidemiology Center through the FHSIS continues
to conduct activities not only to strengthen the collection of data but to advocate evidence-based decision
-making. One of the FHSIS reforms priorities is to identify indicators that will be helpful for the local
stakeholders. On September 26-28, PHOs, MHOs, CHO, nurses and midwives from all over the country
were selected for such workshop.

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FHSIS Final Indicators after Consultations with PHOs,


CHO/MHOs, nurses and midwives
Demographics 1. Population
2. No. of Baranggays
3. No. of Baranggay Health Stations
4. No. of Households
5. Health to manpower ratio
Natality/ Mortality 1. Crude Birth Rate
2. Infant Mortality Rate*
3. Prevalence of low birth weight
4. Maternal Mortality Ratio
5. Births attended by skilled health personnel
6. Deliveries by type and place
7. Births by type of pregnancy
8. Perinatal mortality rate
9. Child mortality rate

Environmental Health 1. % HH with access to safe water


2. % HH with sanitary toilets
3. % of households with satisfactory disposal of solid waste
4. No. of Food Establishments
5. No. of Food establishments with sanitary permits
6. No. of Food Handlers
7. No. of Food handlers with health certificates
8. No. of HH with complete basic sanitation facilities
Child Health Program 1. % of infant given BCG vaccine
2. % of infants given DPT1,DPT2, DPT3
3. % of infants given OPV1, OPV2, OPV3
4. % of infant given hepatitis B1 within 24 hours after birth
5. % of infant given hepatitis B1 more than 24 hrs after birth
6. Infants given Hepatits B2/ Hepatitis B3 vaccine
7. % of Fully Immunized Children
8. % Completely Immunized Child (12-23 mos)
9. Measles coverage of children under one year of age
10. Infants 0-6 mos old exclusively breastfed
11. % newborns initiated breastfeeding within 1 hour after birth
12. % of 6 mos old infants started complimentary feeding**
13. % of 6-9 mos old infants who are breastfed and received CF
14. % of 20-23 month children who are still on Breastfeeding
15. Diarrhea cases 0-59 mos old given ORT
16. Children Protected at birth (CPAB)
17. Pneumonia seen in 0-59 mos given treatment
Nutrition Program 1. Proportion of children (6-71 mos) with measles/ pneumonia/ diarrhea
given Vitamin A capsule
2. Proportion of children given Vitamin A supplementation
3. Proportion of children with normal, above normal, below normal, very
low normal
4. Proportion of infants 6-23 mos old with LBW given iron supplementa-
tion
5. Pregnant women given complete iron with folic acid supplementation
6. Post partum women given complete iron supplementation
7. Post partum women given Vita A supplementation
8. Post partum women given complete iron supplementation
9. Post partum women given Vitamin A supplementation
Maternal Health 1. Pregnant women with 4 more prenatal visits
2. Pregnant women given TT2
3. Pregnant women given TT2 plus
4. Non-pregnant women (15-49 yo) given TT2 plus

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*underlined indicators are added by the local stakeholders
**Locals find unnecessary in their level and difficult to collect
STRENGTHENING FHSIS
ACTIVITIES
Family Planning Contraceptive prevalence by methods
Dental Health 1. Orally Fit Children (12-71 mos old)
2. Children 12-71 mos old provided with BOHC
3. Adolescent and youth (10-24 yo) provided with BOHC)
4. Older persons (>=60 yo) provided with BOHC
5. Pregnant women provided with BOHC
Filariasis Program 1. Prevalence rate of microfilaria per 1,000 population in endemic provinces
2. Microfilaria (MFD) in endemic municipalities
3. % coverage of target population in endemic provinces
4. No. of adenolymphangitis
Leprosy Program 1. Prevalence rate
2. Case detection rate
3. Proportion of leprosy cases below 15 years of age
4. Proportion of newly detected cases with grade two disability
5. Cure rate
Malaria Control Program 1. Morbidity rate per 100, 000 population
2. No. of lab confirmed malaria cases by species
3. Mortality rate
4. No. of ITN given
Schistosomiasis Program 1. Prevalence rate
2. Proportion of intensity infection
3. Proportion of Sj with clinical signs and symptoms
4. Proportion of schisto cases treated
5. Proportion of cases referred to hospitals
Tuberculosis Program 1. Total no. of TB symptomatics who underwent DSSM
2. Case notification rate (of new cases)
3. Total PTB cases initiated to treatment
4. No. of new smear (+) cases initiated treatment
5. Cure rate new smear-positive cases
6. No. of smear positive retreatment cases (relapse and treatment failure)
who got cured

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The groups in intelli-


gent conversations/
discussions/ arguments


 The participants and facilitators before all the hard work...

 Group reporting

Lectures as primer… 

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