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Webinar | Power, Politics, Resilience: Health Reforms in El Salvador and Guatemala

There is growing recognition that policy reform for resilient health systems and universal health coverage requires more than sound technical solutions. The policy process is equally important in determining the success of any health reform initiative. On Thursday, January 19th, 2017, the HFG Project presented an independent comparative policy analysis exploring the post-conflict health reforms of […]

Webinar | Translating Evidence to Policy: Who? Where? Why? And what does it mean for my research?

On October 26, from 9-10 AM EDT, Health Systems Global’s Translating Evidence to Action Working Group hosted a webinar introducing the Baseline Inventory of Global Initiatives for Knowledge Translation. The inventory, compiled in collaboration with the SHAPES TWG, covers 75 initiatives (aimed at everything from banning baby walkers to reducing hospital acquired infections) from 45 […]

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Webinar | The Joint Learning Network in Action: Spotlight on Ghana

More and more countries are implementing complex health systems reforms to achieve universal health coverage. The Joint Learning Network (JLN) is a country-driven network of practitioners and policymakers who together develop knowledge products to bridge the gap between theory and practice, with the goal of extending health care coverage to more than 3 billion people.

How Can Health Accounts Inform Health Sector Investments? Lessons from Country Applications

Resource Type: Presentation Authors: Karishmah Bhuwanee, Heather Cogswell, Tesfaye Ashagari Published: June 29, 2016 Resource Description: On June 29, 2016, the HFG project hosted a webinar on the topic of resource tracking, featuring technical experts Karishmah Bhuwanee, Heather Cogswell, and Tesfaye Ashagari. Countries must have a firm grasp on their health financing landscape in order to ensure sufficient and effective […]

Follow the Money: Making the Most of Limited Health Resources

Worldwide, health systems are being asked to do more with less. In many countries, donor funds have stagnated or are declining. Policymakers can influence public and private health spending to improve efficiency, quality, equity, and expand access to life-saving health services. To succeed, however, governments need evidence around their health financing landscape. More and more, […]

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Webinar | How Can Health Accounts Findings Guide Health Sector Investments?

On Wednesday, June 29, 2016, the HFG project hosted a webinar on the topic of resource tracking, featuring technical experts Karishmah Bhuwanee, Heather Cogswell, and Tesfaye Ashagari. Countries must have a firm grasp on their health financing landscape in order to ensure sufficient and effective use of resources. Health Accounts—an internationally standardized methodology that allows […]

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Webinar | The Role of Health Insurance in UHC: Learning from Ghana and Ethiopia

On Wednesday, March 2nd, the HFG project hosted a webinar featuring technical experts: Hailu Zelelew (Senior Associate/Health Economist, HFG Project), Chris Lovelace (Senior Health Governance Expert, HFG Project), and Jeanna Holtz (Health Insurance Specialist, HFG Project). USAID’s Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project works with partners around the world to support their progress towards universal health […]

Webinar | Translating Evidence to Policy – UHC reforms in Francophone Africa

On October 28 at 10:00 am EDT, Health Systems Global (HSG)’s Translating Evidence into Action Working Group hosted a webinar on a regional initiative to empower public and private leaders in Francophone Africa with evidence and research related to universal health coverage (UHC). In response to calls for UHC reforms in the region, the African […]

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