Quality improvementDay: August 15, 2017

Strengthening Hospital Management in South Sudan To Improve Service Delivery

Improving hospital management structures to improve the quality of health service delivery. In any health system, hospitals are increasingly complex and costly organisations. Effective and efficient management of hospitals pose huge challenges in both developed and developing countries. However, the positive impact of an effective Hospital Management Committee and Hospital Advisory Board on hospital operations […]

Result Based Financing Part 1: From revolutionary to routine

Once considered “revolutionary innovation,” Results Based Financing in health is rapidly moving into “routine operations.” With hundreds of millions of dollars invested in establishing its “proof of principal,” questions remain about whether and when Results Based Financing is really better than more conventional input-based health financing. This is the first of a three-part blog series […]

Insights from a controlled trial on results based financing

There is a growing body of experience in a range of RBF-related programmes, but there remain key gaps in the evidence including how cost-effective programme approaches can be adapted to circumstances of fragility, poor governance and weak systems, where unmet need in reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health is often greatest. With the launch of […]