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Insurance Guide and Mock Test Available. Principles of Insurance IC Practice of Life Insurance IC Practice of General Insurance IC Regulations of Insurance Business IC Life Insurance Underwriting IC Direct Recruitment Examination. Insurance Brokers Mock Test. Get a Chance to. No adequate and functional surveillance systems are developed. To achieve success in health care in this modern era, a system well grounded in routine surveillance and medical intelligence as the backbone of the health sector is necessary, besides adequate management couple with strong leadership principles.

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Health facilities health centers, personnel, and medical equipments are inadequate in this country, especially in rural areas. Hence, inadequate tracking techniques in the public health sector can lead to huge health insecurity, and hence endanger national security, etc.

Today it is possible to track outbreaks of diseases and step up medical treatment and preventive measures even before it spreads over a large populace. Hence, there is immense need to tackle the problem.

To give up-to-date recommendations for the Nigerian health care system, the dynamics of health care in the United States and Europe with regards to methods of medical intelligence and surveillance MIS are also reviewed.

In this article, MIS systems are suggested to be integrated into Nigerian health care system to serve the needs the health care system of the modern era.

Materials and Methods Search strategy Search for literatures for this review was conducted throughout the period of the study to track new developments and published reports and articles. The search period was from June to January This study adopted a qualitative approach, so as to adequately describe the study aims and objectives. The study was based on both primary and secondary data.

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The primary data for this study were collected through scientific database sources and web engine searches. Secondary data were based on direct observation and relevant documents from the Nigerian Ministry of Health. Sources of literatures Scientific databases: the following databases were included in the search process—PubMed and African Journals Online.

Search design Searches in peer-reviewed databases, Google, and Search Nigeria were conducted in the following phases [ Table 1 ]. Using an analytical and ancestry approach, the articles chosen were scanned for further relevant articles.

The following techniques[ 25 ] were applied to further retrieve relevant articles for the review process. Table 1 Open in a separate window Backward references search: The references of high-quality articles were searched to retrieve important information about the state of the Nigerian health care system.

The backward and forward searches were terminated when no new idea was found. The reference list represents part of the literatures retrieved during the data collection process.

Keyword search parameters This study was limited to keyword searches that resulted in the most relevant results. A keyword combination search was used since in this way the study aims and objectives are better attained.

The following keyword combinations were used in all cases of the literature searches. The keyword searches were performed in three phases: First phase keyword search Nigerian health care, Nigerian health care system, and Nigerian primary health care system. Some of the literatures retrieved in this search phase are listed in the reference list.

The third phase keywords combination included the following: Medical Intelligence, Medical Intelligence systems, Public health surveillance systems, Nigerian medical intelligence, Nigerian surveillance systems, and Nigerian health information system.

Backward and forward reference searches were carried out in all phases of the keyword search. Literature selection process Inclusion criteria Original communications, review articles, reports, and web page documents that report on the aim of this study were included for the review process.

The articles were selected based on their relevance to the topic of this study.Satyam Kumar All defects in a notice of loss, or in preliminary proof thereof, which the insured might remedy, and which the insurer omits to specify to him, without unnecessary delay, as grounds of objection, are waived.

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