Components: Human Resources


1. Workforce or manpower to develop, operate or implement the national eHealth environment such as the health workers who will be using eHealth in their line of works, health care providers, information and communication technology workers, and others.

2. Make eHealth knowledge and skills available through internal expertise and technical cooperation between the public and private health sector.

3. Build national, regional and specialized networks for eHealth implementation, management and sustainability.

4. Establish eHealth education, training programmes and other capability building initiatives for health human resources.

Critical Targets:

1. Conduct of needs assessment on human resources (information technology, engineering, business process outsourcing, among others).

2. Development of human resource eHealth capability plan.

3. Conduct of trainings and other relevant capability building activities on eHealth policies such as health data standards and privacy; solutions like electronic health record systems, and health information exchange; and other related eHealth services.

4. Update of educational programs to increase the number of health care providers knowledgeable and skilled in eHealth.

5. Push for the integration of various eHealth concerns or subject matters in the medical and paramedical curriculum, initially for data health privacy

6. Implementation of relevant eHealth educational programs.

7. Introduction to eHealth, and conduct of continuing eHealth education and evaluation.

8. Development of eHealth education and training delivery tools.

9. Provision of awareness campaigns and advocacies, training and education on telehealth/telemedicine.

10. Conduct of awareness campaign, fora, symposia, conferences and/or workshops to strengthen the adoption of eHealth.


1.Creation of the Capability Building Experts Group

2.Conduct of capability building activities on:

2.1 eHealth Systems

PHIE Lite Implementation

iHOMIS System Implementation Expansion to New Sites

Decision Makers and Users Training on iClinicSys System Implementation

Other Clinic/Hospital Information SystemRegistries

2.2 Public Key Infrastructure

2.3 Enterprise Architecture Server Repository Tool

2.4 Service Oriented Architecture Application

2.5 Terminology Service

3. Integration of the following relevant courses to current college curricula of medical/engineering degrees:

3.1 Data Privacy and ProtectionSystems

3.2ICD10 Coding







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