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The Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) makes a variety of resources available to practitioners and policymakers that are making reforms to achieve universal health coverage (UHC). 

    • Financing Universal Health Coverage in the Post - 2015 Agenda

      Achieving universal health coverage (UHC) means implementing policies to ensure that all people receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship. Most importantly, UHC is a critical and often cost-effective element in any strategy to address poverty and...
    • Asia Pacific Observatory on Health Systems and Policies: Policy Brief on Quality of Care

      LMIC's in the Asia Pacific region have directed attention to the problem of low quality care, and the need for strategies to improve and regulate Quality of Care (QOC). The implementation of the number of discrete strategies to improve the provision of ambulatory is growing...
    • Social Franchises: The Bridge between Private Healthcare Providers and National Insurance Programs

      The Bridge Between Private Healthcare Providers and National Health Insurance Programs is a case study report on how social franchises are linking private providers to the national health insurance program in the Philippines. This case study focuses on programs in the...
    • JLN Population Coverage Technical Initiative Workshop Summary (December 2014)

      The Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) Population Coverage Technical Initiative organized a three-day workshop in Manila, Philippines from December 8-10, 2014. The workshop convened representatives from nine JLN member countries to share experiences and...
    • A Simple Simulation Model as a Tool to Assess Alternative Health Care Provider Payment Reform

      Vietnam is currently considering a revision of its 2008 Health Insurance Law, including the regulation of provider payment methods. This study uses a simple spreadsheetbased, micro-simulation model to analyse the potential impacts of different provider payment reform scenarios on...
    • Costing of Commune Health Station Visits for Provider Payment Reform in Vietnam

      This paper aims to estimate the unit costs of primary care visits at commune health stations (CHS) in selected areas in Vietnam. Expanding effective coverage in Vietnam will require better use of available resources and placing higher priority on primary care. The way providers...
    • WHO Southeast Asia Journal of Public Health: Universal Health Coverage in the Southeast Asia Region

      This special issue of the WHO South-East Asia Journal of Public Health documents original research, as well as country experience, analysing these for broader application. Importantly, most studies have been developed in collaboration with ministries of health, in a direct effort...
    • Primary Health Care and Public Health: Foundations of Universal Health Systems

      The aim of this review is to advocate for more integrated and universally accessible health systems, built on a foundation of primary health care and public health. The perspective outlined identified health systems as the frame of reference, clarified terminology and examined...
    • A Quiet Revolution: Strengthening the Routine Health Information System in Bangladesh

      This publication describes efforts by Bangladesh’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, with support from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Develop- ment (BMZ), to strengthen the country’s routine health information system (HIS). ...
    • Connecting Health Information Systems for Better Health

      Connecting Health Information Systems for Better Health: leveraging interoperability standards to link patient, provider, payor, and policymaker data is an eBook that was developed by PATH for the JLN Information Technology Initiative, is a reference guide for countries wanting...

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