Tag Archives: Stephen Musau

Unit Cost and Quality of Health Services in Namibia

Resource Type: Publication Authors:  Altea Cico, Claire Jones, and Stephen Musau Published: October 2017 Resource Description: The Government of the Republic of Namibia (GRN) has prioritized identifying sustainable financing options for the provision of health services and the achievement of universal health coverage (UHC). Critical decisions needed to achieve UHC require substantial information and evidence, including […]

Effects of Malaria Control on the Health Facility: Changes in Costs and Hospitalizations in Two Hospitals in Zambia

Resource Type: Presentation Authors: Alison Comfort, Philip Thuma, Janneke van Dijk, Sungano Mharakurwa, Kathryn Stillman, Rose Gabert, Sonali Korde, Nancy Nachbar, Yann Derriennic, Stephen Musau, Petan Hamazakaza, Khozya Zyambo, Nancy Zyongwe, Busiku Hamainza. Published: April 2018 Resource Description: Presentation for the Multilateral Initiative on Malaria conference (Durban, South Africa) on the impact of malaria control efforts on the health […]

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Advances in Health Finance & Governance: Knowledge and Learning Briefs

  The Advances in Health Finance & Governance Knowledge & Learning Brief Series is designed to highlight learning and lessons from the HFG project in nine core areas: domestic resource mobilization, strategic health purchasing, health financing strategies, expanding coverage through health insurance, financial data for decision making, governance, institutional capacity building, workforce and efficiency, and building […]

Beyond Production: Using Health Financing Information to Inform Decisions that Improve Health Systems

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Karishmah Bhuwanee, Stephen Musau and Heather Cogswell Published: April 2018 Resource Description: Health financing information, such as information on a country’s health spending, health costs, and efficiency, is vital to making informed decisions about national health systems. Yet, while good-quality information is available to many ministries of health, there is great variability among […]

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