These courses have been developed by the Health Information Systems Program team in South Africa (HISP-SA) in collaboration with the South Africa National Department of Health (NDoH).
HISP-SA is a Non-Profit Company (NPC) that specialises in the development and maintenance of health information systems. We also support the development of people who work at all levels in the health system hierarchy, focusing on strengthening their health information management skills. In order to produce valid, reliable data and information required for decision-making and management purposes. HISP is an accredited Education and Training provider with the Health and Welfare SETA (HWSETA) (accreditation number: HW591PA149543).
Funding is provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Khuphukani Project. The Khuphukani Project was initiated as a program to provide technical assistance and build capacity of the South Africa National Department of Health and Provincial Departments of Health to strengthen the National and Provincial Departments of Health.
We thank the Free State Province Department of Health for allowing its provincial data to be used for demonstration and training purposes. It is important to note that the data does not represent the current state of affairs in the province and therefore cannot be used to infer the quality of information or health care services provided by the Free State Province Department of Health.