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DOH conducts Advanced PowerBuilder Training Course for SysAds

San Pablo City District Hospital
August 5, 2016
 
Baguio City -  The Department of Health (DOH) organized an Advanced PowerBuilder Training Course on the Integrated Hospital Operations and Management Information System (IHOMIS) on July 26-30, 2016 at El Cielito Hotel, Baguio City. Designated System Administrators from different DOH hospitals and local government unit (LGU) hospitals including Laguna Provincial Hospital – San Pablo City District Hospital attended the said training course.

The training started with a visit at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC). Participants were welcomed by Ms. Maritess Baloran, Computer Maintenance Technologist III and head of the Management Information System (MIS) Department of BGHMC. She presented BGHMC’s best practices in implementing IHOMIS. She also took time to accompany the participants in visiting the different department of the hospital.
The Integrated Hospital Operations and Management Information System is a computer-based software developed by the Department of Health through the Health Facility and Development Bureau (HFDB) and Knowledge Management and Information Technology Service (KMITS). The primary Objective of IHOMIS is to support hospital management for effective and quality healthcare by providing timely, relevant, reliable, information and improving processes.
 

                                                                                                Article and Pictures By: Ralph Rennan C. Bundalian