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Welcome to the new and improved JLN Knowledge Platform for Universal Health Coverage.What does the site offer you?
Developing a national health financing strategy should begin with a thorough analysis of the country’s existing health financing arrangements. Such an analysis aims to provide detailed insights into where the existing system is performing well or poorly, a diagnosis of the reasons why, and the challenges that the country faces in moving towards UHC. This document offers users...Read More
The Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) Information Technology Technical Initiative is focused on building a global network of practitioners and developing common, re-usable tools and resources that can be adapted and used by countries implementing insurance information systems. Managing Health Information Systems to Support Health Systems Globally, countries are...Read More
Overview of Kenya’s National Hospital Insurance Fund The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) is the primary provider of health insurance in Kenya with a mandate to enable all Kenyans to access quality and affordable health services. NHIF was restructured by the repeal of the National Hospital Insurance Act (CAP 255) and the enactment of the National Hospital Insurance Fund Act...Read More
Well folks, the time has come. We announced earlier this year that we would be launching a new Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage Knowledge platform. And in just 2 weeks, that platform will be accessible to all 600 members of the JLN - UHC community!
In this blog, we hope to address the following questions:WHAT does the new site offer you? WHY did Read More
This post was published in the Lancet Global Health Blog. Universal health coverage (UHC) and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are high priorities in global health—just look at the proposed post-2015 development goals. The increasing burden of NCDs is widely recognised, and a growing list of countries have joined the UHC movement. But what’s less widely understood is why a...Read