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Performance-based contracting for health services in developing countries

a toolkit

by Benjamin Loevinsohn

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Published by World Bank in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical care -- Contracting out -- Developing countries,
  • Performance contracts -- Developing countries,
  • Public-private sector cooperation -- Developing countries,
  • Contract Services -- organization & administration,
  • Health Services -- economics,
  • Developing Countries,
  • Private Sector -- organization & administration,
  • Public Sector -- organization & administration

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBenjamin Loevinsohn.
    SeriesHealth, nutrition, and population series
    ContributionsWorld Bank.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA410.55.D48 L64 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16638453M
    ISBN 100821375369
    ISBN 109780821375365
    LC Control Number2008009421

    Recent experience. Performance-based financing in health is now being widely and actively tested at several levels of the health care system. Here are some examples: (1) developing country governments pay health care providers in nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector for delivering essential health services to poor households; (2) central .   Since the late s, contracting has been employed in Cambodia in an attempt to accelerate rural health system recovery and improve health service delivery. Special Operating Agencies (SOA), a form of ‘internal contracting’, was introduced into selected districts by the Cambodia Ministry of Health in This study investigates how the SOA model was Cited by: 4.

    Title(s): Performance-based contracting for health services in developing countries: a toolkit/ Benjamin Loevinsohn. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, c A Free Toolkit: Performance-Based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries This toolkit provides practical advice to anyone involved in, or who is interested in becoming involved in, performance-based contracting of health services with nonstate providers in the context of developing countries.

      Book Detail Edition: Release: Publisher: World Bank Publications Binding: Paperback ISBN/ASIN: Format: hardcover, kindle, PDF, EPUB Performance-based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries pdf Description In many countries the delivery of health services is inadequate and one way of improving the . Introduction. Performance-based contracting (PBC) has been promoted in both high and low income health systems as a means of delivering improved performance from providers – both institutions and individual health workers, and hence better outcomes from health service provision (, ; Loevinsohn & Harding, ).PBC is a tool that links Cited by:


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This toolkit provides practical advice to anyone involved in, or who is interested in becoming involved in, performance-based contracting of health services with non state providers in the context of developing countries. It addresses many of the issues that may be encountered.

Despite the existence of effective interventions, there are many developing countries which are not on track to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for health.

In many countries the delivery of health services is inadequate and one way of improving the situation is to contract with non-state providers. Contracting is a mechanism for. This 'Toolkit' draws on a review of 14 real-life examples of health services contracting in different developing countries to conclude that performance-based contracting can rapidly secure improvements in the coverage and quality of publicly financed health services.

Contracting is a mechanism for a financing entity to procure a defined set of Cited by: Performance-Based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries: A Toolkit This book was written to help bridge the yawning gap between many developing countries and the Development Goals for health.

Right now, that gap looks daunting. But we can narrow the gap significantly by contracting, especially using non-state providers. Performance-based contracting for health services in developing countries: a toolkit (English) Abstract.

This book was written to help bridge the yawning gap between many developing countries and the Development Goals for health. Right now, that gap looks by: This toolkit provides practical advice to anyone involved in, or who is interested in becoming involved in, performance-based contracting of health services with non state providers in the context of developing countries.

It addresses many of the issues that may be by: Get this from a library. Performance-based contracting for health services in developing countries: a toolkit. [Benjamin Loevinsohn; World Bank.] -- Of the toolkit -- What is performance-based contracting.

-- How to contract -- Checklist for contracting -- Whether to contract. Downloadable. This toolkit provides practical advice to anyone involved in, or who is interested in becoming involved in, performance-based contracting of health services with non state providers in the context of developing countries.

It addresses many of the issues that may be encountered. Input from experienced contracting professionals will give newcomers increased confidence as.

Get this from a library. Performance-based contracting for health services in developing countries: a toolkit. [Benjamin Loevinsohn; World Bank.] -- Despite the existence of effective interventions, there are many developing countries which are not on track to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for health.

In many countries the.Performance-based contracting for health services in developing countries: a toolkit / Benjamin Loevinsohn World Bank Washington, D.C Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Book Detail Edition: Release: Publisher: World Bank Publications Binding: Paperback ISBN/ASIN: Format: hardcover, kindle, PDF, EPUB Performance-based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries pdf Description In many countries the delivery of health services is inadequate and one way of improving the situation.

• Performance-Based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries APPENDIX B Intellectual Content. Using the criterion of whether a reason-ably intelligent person, with no special training in the particular fi eld, could do a good job in providing the services, cleaning is.

The practice of performance-based contracting in developing countries’ public procurement: The case of Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Public Procurement 17(3). Performance based contracting (PBC), also known as performance-based logistics (PBL) or performance-based acquisition, is a product support strategy used to achieve measurable supplier performance.A PBC approach focuses on developing strategic performance metrics and directly relating contracting payment to performance against these metrics.

Common metrics include. 10 • Performance-Based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries SECTION 2 purchaser (rather than the NSP) that defi nes what services will be provided, where, and how they will be evaluated while leaving to.

This toolkit provides practical advice to anyone involved in, or who is interested in becoming involved in, performance-based contracting of health services with nonstate providers in the context of developing countries. It addresses many of the issues that may be encountered.

Performance-based approaches to service contracting are also generally known or referred to as performance-based or output-based procurement. In this chapter, we refer to these contracting modalities collectively as performance-based procurement, or PBP.

The Bank has been and currently is assisting its client countries so theyCited by: 1. THE PRACTICE OF PERFORMANCE-BASED CONTRACTING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES’ PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: THE CASE OF ETHIOPIA Baynesagn Asfaw Ambaw and Jan Telgen * ABSTRACT.

Performance-Based Contracting (PBC) is widely accepted as a useful tool. It is believed that the use of PBC can assist the efficient utilization of the public resources.

This toolkit provides practical advice to anyone involved in, or who is interested in becoming involved in, performance-based contracting of health services with non state providers in the context of developing countries.

It addresses many of the issues that. There is increasing interest in contracting with the private sector for the delivery of health primary health care services in developing countries.

This paper describes the experience with contracting under two large projects in Bangladesh and explores some of. Contracting NGOs for the management of primary health care delivery has been suggested to be an effective way of increasing the use and quality of health care in .Performance-Based Contracting Dr.

Dan Lessler, MD, Chief Medical Officer, HCA Alice Lind, BSN, MPH, Section Manager, Medicaid Program, HCA David Mancuso, PhD, Director, Research & Data Analysis Division, DSHS Carla Reyes, Assistant Secretary, Behavioral Health Administration, DSHS 1 Senate Human Services, Mental Health & Housing Committee Work.His particular interests are in monitoring and evaluation (M&E), contracting for health service delivery (he is the author of a book on contracting entitled “Performance-Based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries – A Toolkit”), results-based financing, and health system strengthening in post-conflict settings.