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On Prioritizing Health: A Background Analysis

October 26, 2020

This knowledge product is background reading material developed during the course of the DRM collaborative’s discussions. On Prioritizing Health: A Background Analysis includes a global review of health share of public spending across 20 low, middle, and high-income countries, to identify successful cases of reprioritization. Subsequent efforts based on this analysis can focus on a […]

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Messaging Guide: Making the Case for DRM for Health

October 26, 2020

Coming soon! The Messaging Guide: Making the Case for DRM for Health.

 

Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Benchmarking Tool and Database Overview and Country Summary

August 28, 2020

This is an overview and summary of the Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation (HePRA) Benchmarking Tool administered to 10 countries in 2019, namely Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nigeria, Philippines, and Vietnam. Access related resources using these links: Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation (HePRA) Database Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation […]

 

Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Benchmarking Tool

August 28, 2020

This is the Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Benchmarking Tool. This tool includes both a questionnaire and visualization that can be used to create a HePRA Database for your country. Access related resources using these links: Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation (HePRA) Benchmarking Tool and Database Overview and Country Summary Health Priority Setting and Resource […]

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Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Database

August 28, 2020

This excel database compiles results from the Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation (HePRA) Benchmarking Tool being administered to 10 countries in 2019, namely Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nigeria, Philippines, and Vietnam. Access related resources using these links: Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation (HePRA) Benchmarking Tool and Database Overview and Country […]

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Blank HePRA Visualization Tool

August 28, 2020

Once you have filled out the Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation (HePRA) Questionnaire for your country, this interactive PDF allows users to assign benchmarks to create a visual for a country’s existing health priority setting and resource allocation scores. Don’t have an upgraded PDF reader that allows for interaction? Use this link to PDF […]

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Blank HePRA Questionnaire

August 28, 2020

This blank questionnaire can be used by you to gather responses on priority setting and resource allocation practices in your country. The Health Priority Setting and Resource Allocation (HePRA) visualization can then be used to create a visual of your country’s health priority setting and resource allocation benchmarks. Access related resources using these links: Health […]

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Leveraging Provider Payment to Achieve Health System Goals

May 8, 2020

On February 18-20, 2020, the Primary Health Care Financing and Payment collaborative hosted 60 participants from 14 countries in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to discuss and share how provider payment mechanisms support health goals in different countries. Some key takeaways from the discussions included: There is no one approach that works everywhere all the time, and […]