Peru Consultancy in Quality Assurance and Improvement - The Health and Basic Nutrition Project (PSNB)
Improved quality of primary health care services and established decentralized health service networks.
Improved quality of maternal and newborn services, increased access to high quality reproductive health services, and increased demand for these services among the population. Supported service restructuring and provider training to incorporate evidence-based clinical guidelines in maternal and infant health care, improve other aspects of quality in these services, and increase access to and demand...
Developed reorganization plan to improve health care quality, increase access, deliver services more efficiently, and meet legislative mandates.
PHR and PHRplus brought together the expertise of leaders in international health care development in a joint global health reform initiative. As the principal subcontractor to Abt Associates, URC provided overall leadership through its participation on the Senior Management Team, coordination of field activities and leadership of critical project technical areas including National Health Accounts, decentralization, infectious...
Developed quality assurance program for the Egyptian national acute respiratory infection program.
Provided technical and logistical support for development of a self-sustaining primary health care system and establishment of the MaxSalud Institute for High Quality Health Care as a legal entity.
Executed a three-phase quality assurance evaluation: assessment of existing quality assurance systems, training to implement Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), and development of a written quality assurance plan for the Office of Medical Services.
The Quality Assurance Project (QAP) I, II, and III supported USAID-assisted countries with the development, refinement, and institutionalization of practical approaches to improve the quality of basic health services...
Developed infrastructure for a family health system. Strengthened capabilities of institutions to promote, coordinate, and sustain family health programs.
The PRICOR Project was established to help less developed countries apply practical, decision-oriented research to identify and solve operational problems in the delivery of primary health care, particularly health services vital to child survival...