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Table 1 Performance of routine information system management (PRISM) conceptual framework components

From: Barriers and enablers to routine register data collection for newborns and mothers: EN-BIRTH multi-country validation study

Type Category Content
INPUTS
RHIS Determinants
Technical Factors Complexity of reporting forms, procedures
HIS design
Computer Software
Information technology complexity
Organisational Factors, Governance
Planning
Training
Supervision
Quality
Finance
Promotion of culture of information
Availability of resources
Behavioural factors Level of knowledge of content of HIS forms
Data quality checking skills
Problem solving for HIS tasks
Competence in HIS tasks
Confidence levels for HIS tasks
Motivation
Demand
PROCESS
steps
RHIS processes Data collection
Data transmission
Data processing
Data analysis
Data quality check
Feedback
OUTPUT desired Improved RHIS performance Data quality/information use
OUTCOME
desired
Improved Health System performance  
IMPACT
desired
Improved health status Improved health status
  1. References: PRISM framework and monitoring framework for ending preventable maternal mortality [23, 24]