Honest C. Kimaro

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The introduction of Information Technology (IT) typically comes with the promise of helping to manage scarce resources, increase efficiencies, reduce workload, and increase work productivity. In the context of developing countries, the lure of these promises is magnified given the existing conditions and inefficiencies. International donors for example the(More)
Most of donor supported information technology (IT) based projects developed or implemented in Less Developed Economies (LDEs) end up as a complete or partial failures or unsustainable. Notably, a number of intraorganizational and external factors are associated with this problem including inadequate infrastructure and human resource capacity, fragmented(More)
Health is crucial for development, and well-working health information systems are required for sound decision making and effective use of resources. However, establishing working information systems in developing countries is truly a challenge. Moreover, strategies for the development and integration of large and growing collections of information systems(More)
Information Technologies (IT) have been described as offering tremendous opportunity to improve health services as well as in meeting broader developmental goals which have an impact on health. Through the use of IT, healthcare sectors can potentially plan, monitor and evaluate health services as well as communicate more effectively within and across(More)
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