Tag Archives: Pay for Performance

Mobile Money for Health

Resource Type: White Paper Authors: Sherri Haas, Marilyn Heymann, Pamela Riley, and Abeba Taddese Published: 11/1/2013 Resource Description: Mobile money provides unique opportunities in the health sector. It can be integrated into existing activities—replacing cash flows—to improve efficiency, accountability, and transparency in financial transactions. It also opens up potential to improve scalability of subsidy and incentive schemes and […]

Eight Strategies that Strengthen Health Systems Worldwide

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Health Systems 20/20 Published: 11/1/2011 Resource Description: Countries need strong, resilient health systems that are able to provide high-quality health services to their citizens, especially the most vulnerable. Health Systems 20/20 collaborates with our counterparts to develop lasting solutions to strengthen their health systems. For the countries where we work, USAID, and the global […]

Health Systems 20/20 and Pay for Performance (P4P)

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Health Systems 20/20 Published: 10/1/2011 Resource Description: Pay-for-Performance (P4P) programs link compensation to results and serve as potentially powerful catalysts for strengthening health systems and achieving health targets. Many developing countries are piloting and scaling-up P4P programs to improve health results and meet health Millennium Development Goals. Health Systems 20/20 provides global leadership, builds […]

Using Supply-side Pay for Performance to Strengthen Health Prevention Activities and Improve Efficiency: The Case of Belize

Resource Type: Case Study Authors: Michelle Vanzie, Natasha Hsi, Alix Beith, and Rena Eichler Published: 7/23/2010 Resource Description: Supply-side pay for performance (P4P) in Belize consists of monthly capitation payments, discounted based on achievement of monthly performance indicators by contracted public and private primary health care clinics, plus annual performance awards to the clinics. The goal of the […]

Paying for Performance: The Janani Suraksha Yojana Program in India

Resource Type: Case Study Authors: Vikas Dagur, Katherine Senauer, and Kimberly Switlick-Prose Published: 7/7/2010 Resource Description: The pay-for-performance (P4P) Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) program in India consists of supply-side payments to individual community health workers and demand-side payments to women accessing a continuum of maternal and newborn health services at government or accredited private institutions. Its overall goal […]

Pay for Performance for Improved Health In Burundi

Resource Type: Case Study Authors: Dr. Jean-Francois Busogoro, MDPH, and Alix Beith Published: 6/11/2010 Resource Description: To increase utilization of health services and improve maternal and child health outcomes, Burundi is in the process of rolling out a publicly funded supply-side pay-for-performance (P4P) program nationwide consisting of payments to health facilities. Interesting features of this program include use of […]

Pay-for-Performance in Brazil: UNIMED-Belo Horizonte Physician Cooperation

Resource Type: Case Study Authors: Paulo Borem, Estevão Alves Valle, Monica Silva Monteiro De Castro, Ronaldo Kenzou Fujii, Ana Luiza de Oliveira Farias, Fabio Leite Gastal, and Catherine Connor Published: 5/24/2010 Resource Description: This case study presents the initial results of the pay-for-performance (P4P) experience of UNIMED-Belo Horizonte (UBH), a private, nonprofit organization in Brazil. UBH is both […]

Pay for Performance in Tanzania

Resource Type: Case Study Authors: Lindsay Morgan and Rena Eichler Published: 9/1/2009 Resource Description: Pay for performance (P4P) is being implemented in the United Republic of Tanzania with the goal of improving maternal and child health outcomes; strengthening information systems and the use of information for management decisions; and motivating health care providers. After discussions between the government […]

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