iHRIS Data Result in Savings for Kenya’s Kilifi County Health Sector

December 15, 2017 The county is now saving over $150,000 per year, thanks to data discrepancies revealed by iHRIS. In Kenya, the health workforce data provided through the integrated human resources information system (iHRIS) is turning fortunes around. When Kenya decentralized its health system management from one national hub to 47 individual county governments in 2013, young county departments of health found themselves struggling. They needed to identify, track, and monitor their workforces while facing looming staff shortages, labor disputes, and high recurrent expenditures in the form of salaries and allowances. Kilifi County was no exception

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iHRIS Data Result in Savings for Kenya’s Kilifi County Health Sector