This article presents the results of an action research project which tested the hypothesis that a community-based process for selecting beneficiaries of user-fee exemptions is feasible.
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As African countries move toward universal health coverage, it is clear there is a shortage of African experts with applied research skills in health financing such as fiscal space analysis, needs-based resource allocation methods, and benefit inc
In the 1980s, as recommended by the international organizations, almost all African countries adopted direct payment for healthcare services as the principal means of financing their health systems.
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Advancing the application of systems thinking in health : realist evaluation of the Leadership Development Programme for district manager decision-making in Ghana
This paper seeks to address how and why the Leadership Development Programme (LDP) works when it is introduced into a district health system in Ghana, and whether or not it supports systems thinking in district teams.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00