ScanForm generates timely analytics by eliminating manual data entry and auto-calculating summaries from patient-level data
ScanForm improves the data quality of summary statistics because human calculation errors are eliminated.
In Malawi, three scannable MOH registers with ScanForm will be scaled nationally in 2022 and 2023
to capture data for all HIV testing services (HTS).
External donor reporting requirements include HTS data finely disaggregated by 19 testing modalities, 13 age groups, sex, and summary results with over 800 data elements for each monthly facility report (Source: PEPFAR Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting v2.6). It is impractical to manually abstract all this data from paper registers. With ScanForm, summaries are auto-calculated with a smartphone picture.
From August 2020-21, six scannable routine MOH registers with ScanForm were piloted in 93 facilities in Migori and Homa Bay counties (Kenya) to increase the availability, analysis and quality of malaria data.
Tracking the spatio-temporal effects of Attractive Targeted Sugar Baits and
Tracking clinical trail enrolment in Kenya and Burkina Faso to study the relationship between malaria and antimalarial drugs on COVID-19.
With ScanForm, vaccination data is rapidly digitized to produce a list of defaulters, informing reminders for the next dose and track progress towards targets.