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Access

Resources related to improving access to preventive and promotive primary health care services.

41 Resources

Data Analytics

Effectively use data to inform decision-making.

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Delivery System Reform

Implement delivery system reforms to improve access.

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Earmarking

The practice of targeting new or existing streams of revenue for health systems, programs, priorities,

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Equity

How do we ensure equity?

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Health Workforce

Mobilizing human resources to support universal health coverage.

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JLN 2016 Global Meeting: Building Strong Systems to Achieve UHC (Putrajaya, Malaysia)

Access materials from the JLN 2016 Global Meeting: Building Strong Systems to Achieve UHC (Putrajaya, Malaysia).

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JLN Steering Group

Find past resources relating to the JLN Steering Group.

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Knowledge Management

Identifying, documenting and disseminating knowledge to support progress towards universal coverage.

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Leadership and Governance

Plans and policies, effective oversight, regulation, motivation, and partnerships for integrated health systems.

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Management Information Systems

Data and information exchange is fundamental to running a successful healthcare system.

23 Resources

Member Resources

Find current resources for JLN members.

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Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring progress and evaluating results are key functions to improve the operations of health systems.

9 Resources

Policy

Technical and policy guidance for health systems reforms.

38 Resources

Pooling Funds

Revenue collection is how health systems raise money.

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Post-2015/Sustainable Development

Information related to the post-2015 development agenda.

8 Resources

Primary Health Care

Resources related to primary health care as the path to achieving universal health coverage.

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Priority-setting and Benefits Design

Priority-setting tools to support benefits design.

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Provider Payment Mechanisms

Resources to help design appropriate provider payment systems.

27 Resources

Public-Private Partnership and Engagement

The private sector complements and reinforces the services delivered by the public sector.

14 Resources

Reaching Target Populations

Equitably expanding health coverage to the poor and near-poor, and other disadvantaged or underserved groups.

64 Resources

Revenue Mobilization

Resource mobilization for health systems and interventions from domestic resources.

16 Resources

Strategic Communications

Effective communications plans help educate key stakeholders, build buy-in among different actors, and ensure transparency.

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Strategic Purchasing

Strategic purchasing aims to increase health system performance through the effective allocation of financial resources.

7 Resources

Assessments

Health systems performance assessments.

37 Resources

Case Studies

In depth studies of health systems from around the globe.

67 Resources

Collaborative Learning Summaries

Synthesis documents from Joint Learning Network collaborative learning activities.

6 Resources

Evaluation Frameworks

These resources provide sample frameworks for evaluating programs.

13 Resources

Evaluations

Evaluations of health systems and health systems reform efforts from around the globe.

7 Resources

JLN Governance Documents

Find all of the Joint Learning Network's governance documents including our charter and meeting minutes.

11 Resources

JLN Guides & Toolkits

Joint Learning Network resources designed to bridge theory and practical experience.

28 Resources

Joint Learning Fund Reports

Learn about Joint Learning Fund supported activities.

13 Resources

Policy Briefs

A collection of documents that outline the rationale for choosing various health system reforms.

16 Resources

Presentations

Select presentations from global events related to universal health coverage.

6 Resources

Promising Practices

The Joint Learning Network documents programs or initiatives that are helping to expand coverage.

18 Resources

Toolkits and Guides

Step-by-step resource toolkits and guides.

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Videos

Videos that document progress towards universal health coverage.

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Webinars

Links to learning webinars from the JLN and our partners.

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Websites & Databases

Links to useful databases and websites.

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Myanmar Strategic Purchasing Brief Series 1 & 2

Myanmar Strategic Purchasing Brief Series - Package of Services This is the first in a series of briefs examining practical considerations in the design and implementation of a strategic purchasing pilot project among private general practitioners (GPs) in Myanmar. This pilot will start developing the important functions of, and provide

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Governing Quality in Health Care on the Path to Universal Health Coverage

As countries work to promote and achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC), maintaining and improving quality in health care is emerging as a priority. While research has been conducted on service delivery and financing schemes for UHC, little consolidated knowledge or guidance is available on institutional arrangements and their impact on

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Health at a Glance: Europe 2016 State of Health in the EU Cycle

This publication is the result of a renewed collaboration between the OECD and the European Commission under the broader "State of Health in the EU" initiative, designed to support EU member states in their evidence-based policy making.

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The global shortage of health workers—an opportunity to transform care

There is a worldwide shortage of health-care workers and the situation is worsening. WHO has forecast an 18 million shortfall by 2030, over twice the 7 million shortfall estimated in 2013.1 The alarm about insufficient staffing levels was raised a decade ago in the World Health Report 2006: Working Together for Health, which described the then global shortage as a “crisis”.2 The situation is even more critical today. What can be done?

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Accelerating Progress Towards UHC for Women & Children in South Asia, East Asia & the Pacific

A thematic paper shared by Unicef/Chatham House on Accelerating Progress Towards UHC for Women & Children in South Asia, East Asia & the Pacific.

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Essential medicines for universal health coverage

The report shared by the Lancet Global Health on Essential Medicines discusses the priority health-care needs of the population. It examines the essential medicine policies that are crucial to promoting health and achieving sustainable development. 

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Scaling up for universal health coverage

The report on essential medicines for universal health coverage (UHC) by the Lancet Commission on Essential Medicines Policies provides a timely contribution to discussions about how improving access to medicines can help achieve UHC.

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Achieving Universal Health Coverage - Technology For Innovative Primary Care Education

A report shared by iheed termed "Achieving Universal Health Coverage - Technology For Innovative Primary Care Education". With the many challenges faced on the road to achieving universal health coverage, the report examines how ICT can facilitate the education of PHC Professionals worldwide in order to address the challenges

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eHealth in the Region of the Americas: breaking down the barriers to implementation…

In 2005, all WHO Member States committed to working to achieve universal health coverage (UHC), in a collective expression of the belief that all people in need should have access to health services without risk of financial ruin or impoverishment. Working for universal health coverage is a powerful mechanism for achieving

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Health workforce requirements for UHC and Sustainable Development Goals

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 sets out the policy agenda to ensure a workforce that is fit for purpose to attain the targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This background paper analyzes the quantitative implications of and requirements for its implementation.

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Improving the health and welfare of people who live in slums

In the first paper in this Series on Improving the health and welfare of people who live in slums, the writers assess theoretical and empirical evidence and conclude that the health of people living in slums is a function not only of poverty but of intimately shared physical and

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Global Report on Urban Health

The report by the World Health Organization (WHO) presents major urban health challenges that would need to be tackled in order to realize a vision for healthier cities. It presents evidence of deprived and high-risk populations within cities as well as possible solutions to control preventable ill-health within them.

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Health as the Pulse of the New Urban Agenda: United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable..

Health as the Pulse of the New Urban Agenda: United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development, Quito, October 2016 This paper was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) with a focus on why health is important for 21st century cities and why urban development is

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Rethinking Development and Health: Findings from the Global Burden of Disease Study

The GBD 2015 study shows that, from 1990 to 2015, the world as a whole has been undergoing an epidemiological transition. The nature of that transition is discussed in a brief overview of some key GBD 2015 results. Since the GBD 2015 study’s results consist of over 2 billion estimated data points, this report

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Health Systems Research Training Resources

Health systems face constant new challenges. They must maintain a focus on health improvement even as they absorb unexpected shocks, respond to emerging needs and take advantage of new opportunities. This November, Health Systems Research hosts the HSR2016 in Vancouver to push the boundaries of health systems

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