Health Data Analytics and Management Training is clearly an important contribution toward the development and maintenance of health worker competencies for delivering quality services. Approaches to make training more effective, efficient and sustainable are, therefore, of paramount importance.

The Heath Data Academy (HDA) provides an approach to training with a focus on the competencies and skills of Healthcare providers (HCPs) to manage health data in Kenya. The main aim is to bridge the gap required by some of the deficiencies in the training curriculum, as well as some gaps occasioned by changes in policies and procedures in the management of healthcare in the country.

The main areas covered include:

  • Training on KEPH
  • Terminology services
  • Shared digital utilities
  • Health information systems
  • Data analytics and visualization
  • Health data governance

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Upcoming events

Digital End to End Report Launch

A report on assessing the use of digital tools for COVID-19 management in the country was unveiled. August 5, 2021, in Nairobi. Dr. Amoth receives the report from Prof. Karanja…

Utilization of Digital Tools to enhance COVID-19 and TB Testing and Linkages to care among Boda- Boda Riders in the Nairobi Metropolis Project

Boda-Boda Project Dr. Patrick Amoth receives findings of the study from Prof. Simon Karanja (2nd left). Looking on Prof. Joseph Mathu Ndung’u (right) and Principal COHES, Dr. Reuben Thuo (left).…


DHARC Gives Insights into Antimicrobial Resistance in 10 Kenyan Counties

DHARC Gives Insights into Antimicrobial Resistance in 10 Kenyan Counties Prof. Simon Karanja hands over the findings from the assessment to Dr. Patrick Amoth, Ag. Director General of the Ministry…

Launch of the UHC Tracker to Enhance Healthcare Access

Diagnostic Network Optimization Report Launch on 22nd August 2023 at Norfolk the Fairmont, Nairobi Prof. Simon Karanja hands over the report of the project to Ag. Director General, Ministry of…