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eBook Improving Health Service Delivery in Developing Countries: From Evidence to Action (Directions in Development) ePub

by David H. Peters,Sameh El-Saharty,Banafsheh Siadat,Katja Janovsky,Marko Vujicic

  • ISBN: 0821378880
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: David H. Peters,Sameh El-Saharty,Banafsheh Siadat,Katja Janovsky,Marko Vujicic
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Bank Publications; 1 edition (May 19, 2009)
  • Pages: 328
  • ePub book: 1320 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Directions in Development;Human Development

Peters, David . El-Saharty, Sameh; Siadat, Banafsheh; Janovsky, Katja; Vujicic, Marko. Improving Health Service Delivery in Developing Countries : From Evidence to Action. Directions in Development;Human Development;. Washington, DC: World Bank.

PDF On Jan 1, 2009, David H. Peters and others published Improving Health Service Delivery in Developing Countries .

1 In the global health context, particularly in developing countries, strengthening health services has been recognised as a priority to meet the basic health needs of populations. 2 Improving health service delivery is an essential part of strengthening health systems and requires context specific adaptions. 3 One ongoing controversy is the tension between centralised and decentralised organisation and management of the health system.

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Start by marking Improving Health Service Delivery in Developing . Reliable information on how health service strategies affect the poor is in short supply. The book's findings are clear and hopeful: There are many ways to improve health services.

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Directions in Development;Human Development

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Registered: Abstract. This type of information is intended to help decision makers in LMICs learn from others and from their own experiences, so that they may develop and implement strategies that will improve health services in their own setting.

Reliable information on how health service strategies affect the poor is in short supply. The authors also explore how changes in coverage of different health services affect each other on the national level. Finally, the authors explain why setting international targets for health services.

In an attempt to redress the imbalance, Improving Health Service Delivery in Developing Countries presents evidence on. .

In an attempt to redress the imbalance, Improving Health Service Delivery in Developing Countries presents evidence on strategies for strengthening health servi.

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Reliable information on how health service strategies affect the poor is in short supply. In an attempt to redress the imbalance, 'Improving Health Service Delivery in Developing Countries' presents evidence on strategies for strengthening health service delivery, based on systematic reviews of the literature, quantitative and qualitative analyses of existing data, and seven country case studies. The authors also explore how changes in coverage of different health services affect each other on the national level. Finally, the authors explain why setting international targets for health services has been not been successful and offer an alternative approach based on a specific country’s experience.The book’s findings are clear and hopeful: There are many ways to improve health services. Measuring change and using information to guide decisions and inform stakeholders are critically important for successful implementation. Asking difficult questions, using information intelligently, and involving key stakeholders and institutions are central to the “learning and doing” practices that underlie successful health service delivery.