Health Financing – Results-Based Financing
Incentivizing behaviors and practices to achieve results is a useful mechanism within the health sector. Results-based financing is a tool designed to link incentives with performance, which in turn, stimulates behavior change and can help achieve health targets. Stimulating demand for health service utilization, as well as rewarding performance of health providers, can improve utilization and quality of healthcare services.
Deloitte works with government and non-governmental organizations to implement and evaluate results-based financing mechanisms to improve performance within the health system. We help stakeholders determine whether results-based financing mechanisms might help achieve specific health objectives, as well as work with them to determine the most effective strategies for implementing results-based financing programs to help strengthen health systems, achieve health targets, and increase access to and quality of priority health interventions.
|Exploring the impact of Conditional Cash Transfers in Afghanistan to improve maternal and child health
Deloitte is evaluating a conditional cash transfer (CCT) program’s effectiveness in encouraging mothers to utilize institutional delivery and obtain vaccinations for their children.
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