Tag Archives: Performance-based Incentive

Promoting the Use of Mobile Money to Strengthen Health Systems: Applications for Human Resources for Health

Resource Type: Activity Brief Authors: Health Finance and Governance (HFG) Published: 7/1/2013 Resource Description: Mobile phone-based financial transactions, commonly referred to as mobile money, promote financial inclusion and can be used to address key financial barriers to health care access for the poor. Cash payments in the health system carry security risks, increased vulnerability to fraud and leakage, […]

Can Incentives Strengthen Access to Quality Family Planning Services? Lessons from Burundi, Kenya, and Liberia

Resource Type: Report Authors: Lindsay Morgan Published: 8/1/2012 Resource Description: Can performance-based incentive (PBI) programs—programs that reward the delivery of outputs and outcomes with financial incentives—stimulate quality family planning (FP) service provision and enable women to access FP services? Or is incentivizing FP too riddled with risk, too liable to encourage providers to coerce patients or to cause […]

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 […]

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