Development assistance and health financing
Monday 27 May 2013
PB5Regulating the quality of health care: Lessons from hospital accreditation in Australia and Indonesia
Regulation of the quality of health care is a key challenge for governments, compounded by the complexities of defining and measuring quality, as well as the need to engage health providers in regulating their own behaviour. With the growing adoption of national health insurance schemes and other strategies to promote universal health coverage, there is increasing recognition of the need to address quality of care as part of these reforms.
Tuesday 13 November 2012
This working paper explores how much of health sector spending in Pacific Island countries comes from donors and how this relates to the health agenda.
Saturday 20 October 2012
WP21Development assistance in health - how much, where does it go and what more do health planners need to know?
What role does development assistance for health play in setting public health agendas?
Thursday 01 December 2011
Policy-makers need data on preferences of health service providers and clients to build stronger health systems. How can discrete choice experiments be used to collect this data?
Thursday 01 September 2011
Fee charging by PNG health services is common, creating barriers to health care for those who cannot afford it. If government mechanisms haven’t eliminated fees, what will?
- Flagship Course on health systems strengthening and health financing - August 2012
- Technical Review meeting - October 2011
- The Australian Association for the Advancement of Pacific Studies Conference - September 2010
- Flagship Course on health systems strengthening and health financing - August 2011
- Flagship Course on health systems strengthening and health financing - August 2010