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DR. JOSEPHAT GACHOKA KIONGO

DR. JOSEPHAT GACHOKA KIONGO

Lecturer

Email:jkiongo@chuka.ac.ke 

School of Nursing and Public Health
Department: Nursing Sciences

Biography

Teaching

Outputs

Research/PhD

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
Health Management and Informatics
WORK EXPERIENCE
Aug 2019 to date: Lecturer, School of Nursing and Public Health
2015-2018: Adjunct Lecturer, School of Clinical Medicine, Mount Keya University
1980- 2018: Health Information Manager, Kenyatta National Hospital
EDUCATION
PhD in Health Information Management
Msc in Health Management
Bsc in Health Records and Information Management

Aug 2019 to date: Lecturer, School of Nursing and Public Health
2015-2018: Adjunct Lecturer, School of Clinical Medicine, Mount Keya University

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS
2015 Improvement of Clinical Coding in Kenya
2017 to date Improving quality of Morbidity and Mortality data reporting
SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
1. Kiongo J.G., G.O. Otieno, A. Yitambe (2018): Effects of Training on Quality of Clinical Coding at
Mbagathi County Referral Hospital, Nairobi City County, Kenya; International Journal for Innovation
Education and Research Vol: -6 No-01, 2018
2. Kiongo J.G., G.O. Otieno, A. Yitambe (2018): Quality of Clinical Coding at Mama Lucy Kibaki
Hospital, Nairobi City, Kenya; The International Journal of Science & Technoledge ISSN 2321 – 919X
3. B.N. Muchiri, Kiongo J.G. (2016): Efficiency of Medical Records Automation in Kenyatta National
Hospital, International European Journal of Science & technology Vol. 5 No. 5. July 2016
4. Kiongo, J. G (2015). State of disaster preparedness among members of staff at Kenyatta National
Hospital, Nairobi County in Kenya. International European Journal of Science & technology Vol. 4 No.
5. June, 2015
5. Kiongo, J. G (2015). Survey to determine the quality of coding of diseases and medical procedures at
Kenyatta National Hospital. International European Journal of Science & technology Vol. 4 No. 5.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
1. Health care data management
2. Reengineering health care syatems
3. Developing and adopting technology and innovations to improve quality of health crae
POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION
Adoption of of Electronic Medical Records Systems in Kenya’s health facilities: A case study of Kigumo Sub-County Hospital

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