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How does Odisha’s health care system perform? Part I: Financial risk protection and interaction between public and private providers

September 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The India Health Systems project, led by Dr. Winnie Yip, Professor of Global Health Policy and Economics, recently completed a systematic analysis of the performance of Odisha’s health system using new key data gathered in Odisha 2019-2020 and based on the Control Knob framework developed by GHP faculty (Roberts, Hsiao, Berman, and Reich, 2008). Novel surveys concentrated on knowledge gaps such as linking demand with supply-side characteristics; providing a more comprehensive understanding of the private health sector; collecting geospatial data to allow public-private market analyses; and going beyond physical access and quantity of service to assess quality and effectiveness of care. Survey data was collected from over 33,000 respondents including households, patients, over 2,000 individual providers, public and private sector health facilities at various levels of care, and chemist shops.

Join us for two sessions (September 23 & September 30) by Dr. Winnie Yip and team (Bijetri Bose, Jan Cooper, Annie Haakenstad, Anuska Kalita, and Liana Woskie) to learn about the system-level performance challenges in Odisha and our novel health systems analysis approach.

 

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Date:
September 23
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Calendar(s):
Public Events, School-wide Events, University-wide Events
Event type(s):
Lectures / Seminars / Forums
Website:
https://harvard.zoom.us/j/91842371673?pwd=MlRJdnJxTTZYNDFPZkZTSGl4OTdhZz09

Venue

Virtual