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WAH4Clinics

LEVEL 1: GENERAL CONSULTATION AND REPORTS GENERATION

Turning papers into pixels. Written medical records and consultations will be a thing a thing of the past as the WAH for Clinics generates electronic reports for morbidity, Primary Care Benefit Package for PhilHealth, patient services especially those focused for the poor or the National Household Targeting System (NHTS), laboratory and dental services, medicine prescription and dispending including inventory, and Philippine Package on Noncommunicable or Phil-PEN. All standard reports generated for Level 1 are compatible with the Field Health Services Information System (FHSIS) of the DOH and PhilHealth and are using standard datasets like ICD10 and Philippine Drug Formulary, just to name of few.

LEVEL 2: HEALTH PROGRAMS TRAINING

The Philippines has struggled to reduce child mortality and improve maternal health. WAH for Clinics Level 2 training design focuses on DOH-FHSIS’ Maternal Care, Child Care and Family Planning to equip local clinics with ample tools and information to reduce and eliminate maternal and child morbidity and mortality. Level 2 also inculcates Data Quality Checking (DQC) and Data Reliability Checking (DRC) standards following USAID and DOH-prescribed standards. With DQC and DRC, partners are assured of regular access to quality health data. Level 2 also allows the clinic to track and monitor teen-age pregnancies down to the barangay level.

LEVEL 3: SYNCHRONIZED PATIENT ALERTS VIA SMS (SPASMS)

SPASMS will make possible for clinics, through WAH, to provide patient alerts via SMS on follow up consultations and health programs like Maternal Care (MC), Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI), Family Planning (FP) and Tuberculosis. SPASMS also allow for sending of daily and weekly reports via SMS to Local Chief Executives (LCEs) and health managers.

WAH4M

WAH for Midwives will allow the midwives to do electronic recording of their patients at the Barangay Health Station (BHS) even without connecting to the Internet. The patient and health data recorded at the BHS are they synced with the data stored at WAH local server by connecting to the WAH4C system at the RHU. This would allow offline but on-site recording of patients enrolled in the health programs like maternal care, child care, family planning, non-communicable diseases, and PhilHealth’s enlistment and profiling for NHTS patients.