A methodological framework for the improved use of routine health system data to evaluate national malaria control programs: evidence from Zambia

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BACKGROUND Due to challenges in laboratory confirmation, reporting completeness, timeliness, and health access, routine incidence data from health management information systems (HMIS) have rarely been used for the rigorous evaluation of malaria control program scale-up in Africa. METHODS We used data from the Zambia HMIS for 2009-2011, a period of rapid… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12963-014-0030-0

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@inproceedings{Bennett2014AMF, title={A methodological framework for the improved use of routine health system data to evaluate national malaria control programs: evidence from Zambia}, author={Adam Bennett and Joshua O Yukich and John M. Miller and Penelope Vounatsou and Busiku Hamainza and Mercy M Ingwe and Hawela B. Moonga and Mulakwo Kamuliwo and Joseph A. Keating and Thomas A. Smith and Richard W. Steketee and Thomas P. Eisele}, booktitle={Population health metrics}, year={2014} }