15 May 2013
IB 9: Using the concepts of governance and stewardship to strengthen regulation of mixed health systems in LMIC
In recent years, the health systems in many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) have become more complex, more decentralised and more difficult to regulate. These trends, increasingly witnessed across the Asia-Pacific region, create new challenges for governments in the stewardship and governance of their health systems..
Story of Change
15 May 2013
SoC 2: Lessons in change: Adapting the World Bank’s‘Flagship’ training course for the Pacific region
Over the past three years, the Health Policy and Health Finance Hub has collaborated with the World Bank Institute (WBI) and the Harvard School of Public Health to develop a world-class training program to strengthen cohesively health systems and policy making capacities across the Pacific region. Piloted in Fiji in June 2010, the WBI’s Flagship Program on Health Sector Reform and Sustainable Financing aims to give health officials a conceptual framework for analysing the performance of their health systems and for identifying the tools, policies and financing options that best meet their needs..
7th May 2013
WP 27: Examining the degree and dynamics of policy influence: A case study of the policy outcomes from Hub-funded research into not-for-profit hospitals in Indonesia
This paper presents a case study examining the policy influence of research and related activities on not-for-profit (NFP) hospitals in Indonesia, undertaken by the Health Policy and Health Financing Hub at the Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne in collaboration with the Centre for Health Service Management (CHSM) at the University of Gadjah Mada in Indonesia.