Welcome to the RHEA Project Wiki.
The Rwandan Ministry of Health together with Jembi Health Systems, InSTEDD and the Regenstrief Institute are creating and implementating an integrated health information system that will improve maternal and child care in Rwanda at health centre level. The creation of the system includes the development and implementation of a number of core national components that together with a point of care system combine to create an overall health information exchange that makes client information and medical histories easily accessible to health care providers. The components include the creation of national registries for clients, providers and facilities, the creation of a national Shared Health Record and an Interoperability layer that facilitates the transfer of knowledge between the registries and the point of care system.
The diagram below illustrates how the national level components and the point of care systems interact through the interoperability layer. For more information about each of the project’s components please follow the on the right hand side of the diagram.
A list of documents and supporting material for the administration of the project / programme can be found here.
The following diagram shows the components of Rwandan HIE. For more details about how each of these systems work together see the RHIE Architecture Documentation page.
For details about each component click the links below.