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Dimapur health workers reoriented on RCH-ANMOL App

Nagaland News

Dimapur, April 18: Batch-wise reorientation training on HMIS Reporting Format and RCH-ANMOL App for health workers in all the blocks under Dimapur District was held from April 17&18 at CMO’s conference hall.
RCH-ANMOL (Auxiliary Nurse Midwife OnLine) is the app version of Reproductive & Child Health (RCH) portal which tracks eligible couple, pregnant women and children. RCH-ANMOL facilitates to ensure timely quality service delivery, universal immunization and helps in positive impact on important health indicators like Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR).
During the training, the health workers were reoriented on the app and sample data entry was conducted to sensitize the trainees on the various interfaces of the app for accurate and timely entry of beneficiaries.
The trainees were also re-oriented on the Health Management Information System (HMIS) Reporting Format. The trainees were sensitized on the various health indicators in the format to ensure quality and accurate data is reported so as to provide the same on the HMIS portal which is the gateway of information regarding health indicators of our country.
The resource persons for the training were Esther Thirah, DPM, NHM Dimapur and Vinitoli Kezo, BPM Niuland, Melengunuo, BPM Sadar, Nungsangjungla Aier, BPM Medziphema, Nungsangmanen Ao, BPM Dhansiripar, and Senti Jamir, BPM Chumukedima. (Page News Service)

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