JULHAS SUJAN

DEVELOPER, SOLUTION ARCHITECT & ENTREPRENEUR

I'm a challenger as well as a driver so I prefer discipline to set work hours, meet deadlines, pursue new clients and avoid tempting distractions. Feel free to take a look around my activities.

  • Mohammad Julhas Sujan
  • julhas08
  • julhaspustcse@gmail.com
  • www.julhas.com

Employment

Education

  • Master's in Public Health (MPH)2020

    North South University (NSU)
  • B.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering2009 - 2013

    Pabna University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh
    CGPA 3.81- First Class Second Position

Health Informatics

  • Antimicorbial Registance (AMR)

  • AMR, AMU, AMC

  • EPICOLLECT

  • DHIS2

  • OpenMRS

  • Bahmni

  • OpenELIS

  • OpenLMIS

  • D2LMIS

  • WHONET

  • Odoo

Entrepreneurship Skills

  • Curiosity

  • Time management

  • Strategic thinking

  • Efficiency

  • Resilience

  • Communication

  • Networking

  • Branding

  • Sales

Programming Skills

  • Java / J2EE

  • Node JS / Express JS

  • React JS / Redux

  • PHP / Laravel

  • Microservices

  • ReST API

  • MySQL

  • Postgresql

  • Oracle

ERP Skills

  • SAP ABAP

  • ISPERP

Open Source Platform

  • DHIS2

  • OpenMRS

  • OpenELIS

  • SHR

  • D2LMIS

New Technologies

  • Blockchain

  • Bigchain DB

  • Bigdata

Few of my developed projects

  • Project name: Interoperability between WHONET Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and DHIS2

    Summary: Currently in DHIS2 application, the programs are created as per organism groups. When the data needs to be imported from WHONET, it will be difficult to identify the program since it will need to first look at organism isolated and then identify the respective program which does not look feasible.
    An easier way out will be to create a single program for all the organisms containing all antibiotics. All the data to be imported can be imported in this single program and then the same aggregation logic can be used to aggregating data as is followed for organism group specific programs. Thus the columns heads in WHONET file will need to be mapped to the attributes and data elements in 'AMR data import' program.

    Client: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), Under HISP India, India
    Duration: April-2019 to February-2020

  • Project name: Automation of Pharmacy Council of Bangladesh (PCB) & Database and interlinking with DGDA

    Summary: A potential solution to addressing this challenge lies with the most commonly used source of medicines in many developing countries-the private sector drug sellers. Accreditation of drug sellers was not present in Bangladesh until DGDA took the initiative during the implementation of HPNSDP. With the support from JDTAF, MSH worked with DGDA and other sector stakeholders to develop the first standards for retail medicine outlets and design and implement an accreditation program for two new levels of pharmaceutical outlets-Model Pharmacy and Model Medicine Shop. Accreditation standards for retail medicine outlets in Bangladesh have been approved by the competent authority. MSH also developed several strategies to support implementation of the standards. Realizing the importance of the continuation of the activity and the extensive relevant experience, MOHFW has included the piloting of the approved model for accreditation of retail medicine outlets. DFID Bangladesh is supporting the 4th HNPSP, through the, 'Better Health in Bangladesh' program for a period of five years.
    Pharmacy Council of Bangladesh (PCB) is an autonomous organization, considered as the controlling authority of pharmacy education and practice in the country. The council provides registration for all grades of pharmacists. The main objective of the Pharmacy Council of Bangladesh is to regulate the practice of Pharmacy throughout Bangladesh. As a counterpart, The Directorate General of Drug Administration (DGDA) under the MOHFW is the Drug Regulatory Authority of Bangladesh. DGDA has an efficient web portal with live data availability. PCB hence requires a web site that will commensurate with DGDA to further strengthening their partnership in dealing with pharmacists and retail drug outlets efficiently.

    Client: Pharmacy Council of Bangladesh, Under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Duration: August-2019 to December-2019
    Project live link: http://pcbapps.com.bd/
    Client website: http://pcb.gov.bd/
    Company: JBRSOFT
    Funded by: BHB/MSH, UKAID

  • Project name: Pharmacy Management Software for Model Pharmacy and Model Medicine Shop

    Summary: Improving access to quality medicines and pharmaceutical services is an essential component of the health services strategy to improve clinical care. Most leading causes of death and disability in developing countries can be prevented, treated, or at least alleviated with cost-effective essential medicines. Despite this fact, hundreds of millions of people do not have regular access to essential medicines and many of those who do have access are given the wrong treatment, receive too little medicine for their illness, or do not use the medicine correctly. Ensuring the availability, affordability, accessibility, and appropriate use of quality medicines are thus crucially important in order to improve health status of the population. This is a challenge for many countries, including Bangladesh.
    A potential solution to addressing this challenge lies with the most commonly used source of medicines in many developing countries-the private sector drug seller. Accreditation of drug sellers was not present in Bangladesh until DGDA took the initiative during the implementation of HPNSDP. With the support from JDTAF, MSH worked with DGDA and other sector stakeholders to develop the first standards for retail medicine outlets and design and implement an accreditation program for two new levels of pharmaceutical outlets-pharmacies and medicine shops. Accreditation standards for retail drug shops in Bangladesh have been approved by the competent authority. MSH also developed the several strategies to support implementation of the standards. Realizing the importance of the continuation of the activity and the extensive relevant experience, DFID included the piloting of the approved model for accreditation of drug store sellers DFID Bangladesh is supporting the 4th HNPSP, through the, 'Better Health in Bangladesh' program for a period of five years.
    The DGDA under the MOHFW is the competent drug regulatory authority of Bangladesh. This DGDA supervises and implements all prevailing drug regulations in the country and regulates all activities of, but not limited to retail drug stores. To strengthen monitoring and supervision of DGDA and also to provide a sustainable incentive for the medicine outlet owners, BHB project has a provision to develop a pharmacy management software. This pharmacy management software is a pre-requisite for the Model Pharmacy, according to the newly developed standard. In model medicine shops, this management software is preferred but not a must.

    Client: Directorate General of Drug Administration, Under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh
    Duration: July-2019 to January-2020
    Project live link: http://demo.pharmacyerp.org
    Client website: http://dgda.gov.bd/
    Company: JBRSOFT
    Funded by: BHB/MSH, UKAID

  • Project name: National Nutrition Services (NNS) Logistics Management System development background study, supply follow design, software solution framework and roll-out plan development, training and logistics budget plan

    Background: Prevalence of malnutrition among children and mothers is alarmingly high and calls for action to achieve food security, mainly for the rural population of Bangladesh, is an utmost need. The National Nutrition Programme (NNP) is one of the success stories of GO-NGO partnership effort to assist people specifically children and women affected by malnutrition in Bangladesh. The success of the Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project (BINP), undertaken by the Government of Bangladesh in a large but limited area with the World Bank and other donors has demonstrated that community mobilization and community nutrition services delivered by NGOs can bring rapid and sustainable reductions in severe malnutrition among children. NGOs are able to deliver targeted food and micronutrient supplements to reproductive women who are suffering chronic energy and micronutrient deficiency.

    Project Goal: To improve nutrition status of women & children so that malnutrition is no longer a public health problem.

    Objectives to develop NNS eLMIS:

    1. To ensure adequate, timely and uninterrupted supply of nutrition logistics and commodities.
    2. Feasibility study for NNS logistics management information system
    3. Workflow design for NNS eLMIS/LMIS
    4. Group work on medicine supply follow, medicine selection, expected outcomes
    5. Based on the above mentioned points NNS wants to develop an integrated logistics management system with DGHS and DGFP.
    6. DGHS is managing priority 34 medicines information through DHIS2, so NNS wants to incorporate their medicines and commodities/ logistics in DHIS2 and DGHS eLMIS dashboard.

    Client: National Nutrition Services, MoHFW, Bangladesh

  • Project name: DHIS2 TB Tracker and Custom Application Development

    Summary: The USAID-funded TB Platforms for Sustainable Detection, Care and Treatment project aims to support the National Tuberculosis Control Program (NTP) towards achieving the Department of Health's commitment to find and treat 2.5 million Filipinos with tuberculosis and reach 90% TB treatment coverage by 2022. DHIS2 Installation, Configuration and Implementations for NTP, Philippine's.

    Client: Ministry of Health, Philippines. Funded by: URC, Canada
    Duration: June-2019 to September-2019
    Website: http://178.128.89.106:8080

  • Project name: DHIS2 Implementation for Activity Tracking including budgeting and expenditure

    Summary: To design and develop custom application to track each facility quarterly budget and expenditure. This custom app has integrated with DHIS2. The DHIS2 org units and users are automatically synchronized with the custom app as well as all types of permission has been managed by utilizing DHIS2 permission resources.

    Client: APTMIS, Ondo State, Nigeria
    Duration: June-2019 to September-2019
    Website: www.aptmis.org

  • Project name: DHIS2 User's Activity Capture and Research App

    Summary: The user activity capture dashboard widget can be embedded into any dashboard, and captures information on how long a user is using a dashboard, how much time is spent on a dashboard. Those data on user activity are then sent to the data store. When a user lands on the dashboard with this widget, the widget text shows a welcome message, reminding him when he last visited this dashboard.
    A separate user activity widget then aggregates these data for all users, and is designed to help different level managers to analyse the dashboard activity of the user. It presents, the username, start time, and end time, organizational unit, dashboard detail for every time a user visited a dashboard. The data can be downloaded by a manager in the form of an Excel Sheet, or analysed individual user activity directly within the app. This app is generic so the community can easily download from app store and use this app with any DHIS instance v2.27 and above.

    Platform: React JS, DHIS2 Web API
    Client: Ministry of Health, Palestine and ICDDRB, Bangladesh
    Duration: December-2019 to March-2019
    Website: https://ps.dhis2.site/hr-pal/

  • Project name: DHIS2 Validation Results App

    Summary:Every week, e-Registries implementations in Palestine and Bangladesh run validation analysis on aggregated tracker data. Triggering validation rules will persist and send tailored notifications (validation rule instruction) to user's dashboards. For example, a validation result may inform a user their clinic did not provide proper screening of pregnant women for diabetes last month, and link to detailed instructions on how to do so. Users can then interact with each notification as thumbs up/down or comment. This app builds on earlier efforts by allowing custom sorting and filtering of the various validation notifications. It is possible to sort validation results with newest first, validation rule priorities, validation rules group and feedback type.

    Platform: React JS, DHIS2 Web API
    Client: Ministry of Health, Palestine and ICDDRB, Bangladesh
    Duration: June-2019 to September-2019

  • Project name: Master Health Facility List (MFL) Map Visualization

    Summary: Four levels of facilities visualization in DHIS2 MFL app. To integrate the service, resource and administrative domains with DHIS2 based master facility visualization app.

    Platform: React JS, MapBox, DHIS2 Web API
    Client: Ministry of Health, Central Jakarta, Indonesia
    Duration: November-2018 to April-2019
    Website: https://mfl.dhis2.org/

  • Project name: DHIS2 Middleware Apps and Interoperability between Facility Registry and DHIS2

    Summary: New facility management that extracted by DHIS2 Middleware app, updated and deleted facilities management, DHIS2 blank filed facilities management, Notification center, GIS Map for facility location.
    Interoperability between Multiple DHIS instances, Human Resource Information System (HRIS) and DHIS2, Automatic and Manual mode based data transaction, Multiple DHIS2 instances integration, Real time log monitor.

    Platform: React JS, AJAX, Pug Engine, Bootstrap, Material UI, Node JS, Postgresql
    Client: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh
    Duration: September-2017 to February-2019
    Website: http://middleware.dghs.gov.bd:8082/

  • Project name: Routine Health Information System (RHIS) for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh

    Summary: Routine Health Information System (RHIS) is the complete health automation system for Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) with the modules: Birth and Death Registration, Child Care e-Registration, EPI for Women and Children, IMCI Case Management, Mother and Newborn Register, Health Assistant and CSBA.

    Platform: Java, JSP, JSF, JavaScript, AJAX, ReST API, cURL, HTML, CSS, PostgreSQL.
    Client: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh
    Duration: July-2015 to August-2017
    Website: http://www.rhis.net.bd/

  • Project name: Khulna Shishu Hospital Automation System

    Modules: Patient record management, Follow-up management, Auto prescription generate, Patient Shifting, Death certificate, HRM, Billing, Inventory/store management, Bed management, Indoor Activities Management, Doctors Management.

    Platform: PHP Laravel Framework, JavaScript, AJAX, ReST API, cURL, HTML, CSS, PostgreSQL.
    Client: Khulna Shishu Hospital Authority, Khulna, Bangladesh
    Duration: July-2015 to August-2017
    Website: http://ksh-his.org

  • Project name: Nationwide supply chain management system (eLMIS) design, development and implementation for DGHS, MoHFW, Bangladesh

    Summary: Maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH) holds one of the biggest focuses in Bangladesh national health care system. Since the Millennium Development Goals were set in 2000, Bangladesh made notable progresses in curbing maternal mortality and child mortality. Between 1990 and 2015, the maternal mortality ratio (MMR) and under-5 mortality ratio (U5MR) in Bangladesh fell by an impressive 69.1% and 73% respectively1. Priority MNCH medicines help to avert these unnecessary deaths thus and tracking its availability in various health centers is crucial. DHIS2 is a flexible, web-based open-source information system with visualization features including GIS, charts and pivot tables. DHIS2 is being used in Bangladesh for collecting logistics data for priority maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH) from different levels like District Hospital (DH), Civil Surgeon Office (CSO) which covers District Reserve Store, Upazila Health Complex (UHC), Union Sub Center (USC), Community Clinic (CC) and other health related NGO's/Facilities. We have developed an interoperable mechanism through which data on these MNCH medicines is entered into DHIS2 and populated to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Bangladesh owned Supply Chain Management Portal (SCMP) where interactive dashboards are visible.
    So far, we have implemented DHIS2 based eLMIS in 19 districts in around 4000 facilities by successfully exporting DHIS2 data through server side language with MySQL and PostgreSQL database. As a result, we are now able to track various variants like reported, non-reported facilities, national level stock, monthly stock, stock out facilities, number of days stock out, data monitoring, timeliness, nearest expiry medicines, nearest expiry quantity and data upload statistics. Due to the system, from 2015 to 2018the data reporting rate has increased from 60% to 97%, the average reporting rate has increased from 70% to 97%, which is remarkable. The government can now take necessary steps for stock out facilities and ensure the availability of these lifesaving medicines. They are planning to procure MNCH medicines based on the data made available from the system. Timely procurement and ensuring the availability of the medicines using this platform can help to minimize maternal, newborn and child health mortality.

    Platform: Java, Spring, JavaScript, AJAX, ReST API, cURL, HTML, CSS, PostgreSQL.
    Client: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh
    Duration: July-2015 to August-2017
    Website: https://scmpbd.org/dghs-elmis/

  • Other Projects Distributed Supply Chain Management System (D2LMIS), Internet Service Providers Automation System (ISPERP), Interoperability between RHIS and DHIS2, DHIS2 MiddleWare Application for Ministry of Health, Interoperability between Electronic Tuberculosis Manager (e-TB Manager) and DHIS2, Restaurant Management System with PoS (Online Based), Dashboard and Website for ICT Division, Inventory Management System, Custom BI for SAP

Organizations

International Vaccine Institute

University of Oslo

DHIS2

USAID-MTAPS

MSH

Bashundhara Group

JBRSOFT



Research and Publications

  • Systems interoperability in Nigeria: improving health systems through integration of financial dataJanuary 9, 2020

    Accepted by the BAO SYSTEM, DHIS2 Symposium
    Washington D.C., USA

  • User Activity Capture Research Widget: behavior change for routine data use & Validation Results Widget: make 'validation rule notifications' more adaptable for different contextsApr 22, 2019

    Accepted by the DHIS2 Expert Academy-2019, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
    Oslo, Norway

  • Multiple DHIS2 Instances and HRIS Interoperability: Creating a Stronger Digital Health System in BangladeshMar 10, 2018

    Published by the DHIS2 Expert Academy-2019, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
    Oslo, Norway

  • DHIS2 based electronic logistics management information system (eLMIS) for priority maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) medicinesOct 17, 2017

    Published by Euro Nursing 2018 at Valencia, Spain

  • DHIS2 and e-TB Manager Interoperability: Creating a Stronger Digital Health System in BangladeshAug 16, 2016

    Published by MSH/ USAID Head Quater, USA

Research Areas

  • MNCH

  • eHealth

  • Supply Chain

  • Blockchain

  • Tuberculosis

  • Antimicrobial resistance

  • Bioinformatics

  • HIS Interoperability

  • Internet Providers



Academies & Conferences

  • APMIC-48

    Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre
    Chiang Mai, Thailand
    September-2019

  • DHIS2 Expert Academy-2018

    Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
    Oslo, Norway
    June-2018

  • Asia Electronic Health Informatics Network, AeHIN

    HISP Sri Lanka
    Colombo, Sri Lanka
    November-2018

  • Assessment and Interoperability Visualization of DHIS2

    Ministry of Health, Indonesia
    Central Jakarta, Indonesia
    October-2018

  • CEBIT Asia

    Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority, ICT Division
    Bangkok, Thailand
    September-2018

  • DHIS2 Level-1 Academy

    HISP Bangladesh and Ministry of Health
    Dhaka, Bangladesh
    July-2018

  • DHIS2 Level-2 Academy

    HISP Tanzania
    Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania
    November-2017

Topics

  • DHIS2

  • Apps Development

  • AeHIN

  • CEBIT

Contact info

  • Email: julhaspustcse@gmail.com
  • Phone: +8801989-442856
  • Skype: julhas08
  • Website: www.julhas.com

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