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Our new supplement: District decision making for health in low-income settings- a new model for data platforms

By Rhys Williams (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine).

This blog is cross posted on the IDEAS website here.

An IDEAS supplement in the Journal of Health Policy and Planning

Information systems and health planning are relatively neglected areas of health policy and system research.

Collecting high quality routine…

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Physician salaries: one ingredient in the cake of retention

By Kate Tulenko

With the global migration of health workers increasing and population growth outstripping the training of new health workers in more and more countries, there is increasing emphasis on finding effective ways to retain health workers in country. In an effort to add light to this issue Edward…

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Is there a reason to scale up public-private engagements in the South African health system?

By Lucy Gilson

The South African health system is a plural health system, with a strong private sector – encompassing private-for-profit providers of various forms of health care, private health insurance companies, commercial companies providing a range of services to all parts of the health sector, and others, such…

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