The Open Health Data Dictionary (OpenHDD) is a collaborative, web-based, open-source application aimed at developing and sharing common data definitions and data dictionaries. This brochure gives an overview of how OpenHDD works and who is using it.
The Primary Health Care (PHC) Measurement for Improvement Collaborative was launched in partnership with the Primary Health Care Performance Initiative (PHCPI) in April 2016, with the goal of developing practical tools and approaches to improve country-level measurement of PHC performance, address priority measurement gaps, and develop strategies for better utilization
At this year's global meeting in Malaysia, the JLN launched the first two modules of its newest resource, Engaging the Private Sector in Primary Health Care to Achieve Universal Health Coverage: Advice from Implementers to Implementers. This interactive PDF, co-developed by members of the JLN Primary
What is it? Advice from Implementers to Implementers is a practical manual that contains step-by-step guidance along with real-world examples and case studies to help facilitate public-private sector engagement around primary health care (PHC). The first two modules of the Manual provide practical guidance on Initial Communications and
In recent years, the World Health Organization’s “Cube Diagram” has been widely used to illustrate the policy options in moving toward Universal Health Coverage. The Cube has become a globally recognized visual representation of health system reform choices, with its axes deﬁned by: (1) the services
This table characterizes the policy instruments for earmarking revenues for the health sector
Funding health sector priorities like moving towards UHC can be challenging, especially when a country’s budget is already straining to meet multiple demands across sectors. R4D is collaborating with the World Health Organization (WHO) to collect and synthesize qualitative country experience mobilizing revenue for the health sector
This folder contains all of the course materials required to organize a 5 day workshop on costing, including quizzes, homework and exercises.
Effective user experience starts with a deep understanding of the end-user, what they need, what they value, their abilities, and also what challenges they face utilizing essential health services. Creating a “people- centered” approach in health systems requires practitioners to gain a deeper understanding of the subscriber experience
Funding health sector priorities like moving towards UHC can be challenging, especially when a country’s budget is already straining to meet multiple demands across sectors.
This workbook is a companion to the main guide titled Assessing Health Provider Payment Systems. It contains a set of sample data tables and interview tools to be adapted and used by the Analytical Team to assemble key background data and information, conduct interviews, and carry out the main analytical
Step-by-step guide designed to help countries find answers to their provider payment policy questions through a country-led participatory process that draws on real world, practitioner experiences with designing, implementing and managing the consequences of payment systems design.
The tool, referred to as the “UHC-PHC Self-Assessment Tool,” is a multi-stakeholder survey that helps accomplish the following: Document and assess how health insurance or financial coverage institutions interact with other PHC actors and programs; Identify key areas of improvement and opportunities to align the health financing
Comparative database of country case studies.
The assessment was conducted to help inform the design and implementation of Mongolia’s provider payment systems going forward. After providing a brief overview of Mongolia’s health financing and service delivery system, this report describes the provider payment assessment and summarizes the main findings. It discusses the positive aspects and shortcomings of the current mix of payment systems and compares the design and implementation with international good practices. The chapter concludes by providing a roadmap for refining and realigning Mongolia’s provider payment system going forward.