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Decentralization of health services

Decentralization of health services

the case of Mexico.

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Published by s.n. in [Mexico? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Social medicine -- Mexico.,
    • Community health services -- Mexico.,
    • Public health administration -- Decentralization -- Mexico.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA418.3.M6 D43 1980z
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40 p. ;
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2261648M
      LC Control Number89143801

      While health system decentralization is often associated with federations, there has been limited study on the connection between federalism and the organization of publicly financed or mandated health services. Federalism and Decentralization in Health Care examines eight federations that differ in terms of their geography, history and constitutional and political development. Looking at. We estimate the impact of decentralization of the health services on infant and neonatal mortality using a natural experiment: the devolution of health care decision making powers to Spanish regions. The devolution was implemented gradually and asymmetrically over a twenty-year period (–).Cited by: 3.

      health services. Federal states appear less effe ctive at providing public health services and (at least among developing countries) at lowering adult illiteracy. The Tieboutian idea that decreasing the size of government units will strengthen competition between governments for File Size: KB. Its focus is on education, health, and agricultural advisory services, as well as the management of natural resources in Uganda. Although enlightening, a review of the broader decentralization literature is beyond the scope of this work. The analysis revealed that results in terms of attaining the objectives of decentralization are mixed.

      highest attainable standard of health, which includes the right to health care services, including reproductive health care! (1) Every child has the right––(c) to basic nutrition, shelter and health care! The State shall put in place affirmative action programmes designed to ensure that minorities andFile Size: 2MB. In the health sector, progress has been slower and incom-plete, and diff erent models and approaches are competing, leading to fragmentation of structures and regulations. This book brings together the fi ndings from diff erent analyses of the Ghanaian health sector decentralization process and a review of the lessons learned from interna-File Size: 5MB.


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Contributors point out opportunities, caveats, and controversies as they: Clarify the relationships among decentralization, politics, and policy Differentiate between political, fiscal, and administrative decentralization in health care systems Consider public/private partnerships in health systems.

Decentralization and health services in Nepal: Perspectives from health services users and practitioners: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Books shelved as decentralization: The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations by Ori Brafman, The Sovereign Individua.

decentralization in health services. In the South-East Asian Region, vertical and horizontal differentiation of health-related institutions in the form of district, region, hospital boards, community level health units can be considered as a precursor to decentralization of health services.

Steps haveFile Size: 76KB. decentralization of health systems. These frameworks could be applied to fu ture research on decentralization and reproductive health. In a book, Health System Decentralization: Concepts, Decentralization of health services book and Country Experience, Dr.

Anne Mills outlines the important institutional differences of four. evidence collected directly from the field. The book also assesses the appropriateness of management processes within health systems for implementing a successful decentralization strategy. Decentralization in Health Carewill appeal to health policy makers, postgraduates taking courses in health services management, human resources.

Decentralisation of Health Systems The differences in experiences may be the result of greater community involvement in local level decision-making in the Philippines. Decentralization. Background Decentralization of health systems is a common pillar of health sector reform initiatives and is often viewed as a means to improve efficiency and quality of services as well as promoting accountability and local governance of the health system.

This book explores the dynamics of health system decentralization and recentralization, investigating why and how the territorial organization of health systems changes or remains stable over time. The explanatory framework revolves around the role of ideas, discourse and institutions.

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Decentralizing Health Services explores a variety of applications of decentralization to health care delivery in both the developing and developed worlds. Outfitted with principles, blueprints, and examples, this ambitious text clearly sets out the potential role of decentralized care as a major player in public health.

The principal question in the discourse of decentralization in health hinge on whether or not decentralized governance accomplishes stated goals of efficiency, equity and quality of health services [6, 58, 59].

In the absence of conclusive evidences, increasing the depth of ‘decision space’ at local level in financial allocation Cited by: Decentralization in health care: lessons from public economics 1.

Introduction The most appropriate decentralization of policy making powers is an important unresolved policy question for most health systems. At one extreme lies the English National Health Service, in which most policies are set by the central authority, and. Decentralization has been promoted by advocates of health sector reform for decades.1 Viewed initially as an administrative reform which would improve efficiency and quality of services, and later as a means of promoting democracy and accountability to the local population, decentralization was seen by many advocates as a major reform in and of.

Decentralization is understood as part of a wider reform of the state and the health sector, which seeks to improve accessibility, efficiency, effectiveness, equity and quality of services.

31,65 Effectiveness of decentralization on heath services determines if local people, especially poor, women and marginalized groups, are involved in the Cited by: It then explores the implications that follow from fiscal decentralization to the health sector in particular.

The most common indicators of fiscal decentralization used in the research literature are discussed, together with their benefits and by: 1. The book reviews the situation in the country under the lens of the principles of health financing: revenue mobilization for health, risk pooling, and purchasing services.

The book also estimates the fiscal space in health that is, looking at options that can increase resources for health within a. Decentralization in healthcare refers to a system in which most decisions in healthcare are handled by lower levels in the government. Instead of the federal government making all healthcare.

The book also assesses the appropriateness of management processes in health systems for implementing a successful decentralization strategy. Decentralization in health care will appeal to health policy-makers, postgraduates taking courses in health services management, human resources, health policy and health economics, and human resources.

decentralization just in the donor domain alone (e.g. project documents, evaluations and reviews, etc.). When decentralization is broadened to incorporate such concepts as devolution, alternative services delivery, privatization and so on, then the resource base on the subject would undoubtedly be massive.

Decentralization is not the same as delegation. In fact, decentralization is all extension of delegation. Decentralization pattern is wider is scope and the authorities are diffused to the lowest most level of management.

Delegation of authority is a complete process and takes place from one person to another.Decentralisation of health care and its impact on health outcomes Dolores Jiménez1, Peter C. Smith1,2 January Abstract This paper explores the impact of health care decentralisation on a characteristic of human development: the overall level of a population’s health.

While much of the literature on decentralisation in health care.The aim of this book is to introduce the subject of decentralizing health services and management, and to illustrate how various countries are attempting to do this.

The book is divided into 3 parts. In part 1 the historical experience of decentralization in a variety of countries is reviewed and the different forms decentralization can take are defined.