Knowledge Product Use Case Studies: Person-Centered Integrated Care in Mongolia
Mongolia’s use of the Empanelment Assessment Tool enabled a shift to a person-centered approach for PHC. Linking empanelment to a mobile technology initiative providing team-based PHC home visits has contributed to a national empanelment approach and shifts in health care seeking behavior.
December 10 | 12:30-14:00 UTC
Join policymakers and practitioners from JLN countries as we reflect on the evolution and growth of the network, the unique features and feats that have made the JLN what it is today, and the progress JLN members have made toward stronger health systems and universal health coverage.
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Launched over a decade ago, the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) has grown to be a community of practitioners and policymakers from 34 countries around the world who engage in practitioner-to-practitioner learning. Through the network, countries find practical solutions to their shared challenges in achieving universal health coverage.
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