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Reliability of Predictions Using Hybrid Models: The Case of Malaria Incidence Rates in Uganda
(Journal of Health Informatics in Africa, 2020)
Background and purpose: Reliability of estimates emanating from predictive independent data mining techniques is a complex problem. This could be attributed to cross-cutting weaknesses of individual techniques such as ...
Using Data Analytics to Strengthen Monitoring and Surveillance of Routine Immunization Coverage for Children under One Year in Uganda
(In HEALTHINF, 2021)
Immunization coverage is a traditional key performance indicator that enables stakeholders to monitor child health, investigate gaps, and take remedial actions. It is continuously challenged by validity due to the neglect ...
An Exploratory Study on the Evaluation of eHealth Interventions in Uganda: Practices, Challenges and Insights
The application of information and communication technology is becoming more popular in healthcare management evidencing improvement of effectiveness, access, quality, and efficiency of the healthcare systems. With increased ...
On the Goodness of Fit of Parametric and Non‑Parametric Data Mining Techniques: The Case of Malaria Incidence Thresholds in Uganda
(Health and Technology, 2021)
To identify which data mining technique (parametric or non-parametric) best fits the predictions on imbalanced malaria incidence dataset. The researchers compared parametric techniques in form of naïve Bayes and logistic ...
Towards Adoption of Standards for Communication Infrastructure/Technologies in Healthcare Systems in LMICs: Theories, Practice and Evaluation
(In HEALTHINF, 2020)
While electronic health offers great promise to improve healthcare in low and middle-income countries (LMICs), the communication infrastructure/technologies (CI/T) requires standards to improve the current state of none ...