Tag Archives: Jeanna Holtz

Workshop on the Flagship Learning Program for the Next Decade Summary for Dissemination

Resource Type: Event Summary Authors: Michael R. Reich and Paola Abril Campos Published: August 2018 Resource Description: The Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project, in partnership with the World Bank, organized a Workshop on the Flagship Learning Program for the Next Decade in Washington, DC on July 9-10, 2018. The purpose of the workshop was to reflect […]

Reaching the Missing Middle: Ensuring Health Coverage for India’s Urban Poor

Resource Type: Journal Article Authors:  Ramesh Bhat, Jeanna Holtz & Carlos Avila Published: March 7, 2018 Resource Description: India has seen impressive investments in government-funded health insurance but still severely underfunds the health sector. The government of India has a critical role in ensuring effective health coverage to the “missing middle”: the urban poor. The urban poor […]

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Communication and Advocacy in Action: Building Momentum for Universal Health Coverage

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Jeanna Holtz, Betty Cox, Altea Cico Published: April 2018 Resource Description: Despite strong global commitment to achieve universal health coverage (UHC), inconsistent understanding and communication about UHC hinders progress. The experience of the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project suggests that advocating for and communicating about UHC requires deliberate, tailored, context-specific strategies. […]

Webcast | Advances in Health Finance & Governance Series: Expanding Coverage through Health Insurance

On Thursday, April 26th, the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project hosted a roundtable on Expanding Coverage through Health Insurance at the Washington Learning Center in Arlington, Virginia. Listen as panelists discuss HFG project support to countries moving toward universal health coverage through strengthening national health insurance schemes, scaling up community-based health insurance (CBHI), covering the informal […]

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