NewsAccelerating progress in Maternal and Newborn Child Health
How do we scale-up high impact service packages that will accelerate progress in maternal and newborn child health towards the 2030 Sustainable...
Journal articleLinkages between public and non-government sectors in healthcare: a case study from Uttar Pradesh, India
A study of the links between the public health system and two NGOs in Uttar Pradesh, showing frequent interaction and some reciprocity in information and resource flows, but weak participation in policy and planning.
ReportData Informed Platform for Health Feasibility Study Report, Uttar Pradesh, India
Report from a feasibility study for a Data Informed Platform for Health in Uttar Pradesh State, India
Research briefA content analysis of district level health data in Uttar Pradesh, India
A content analysis of the different types of public health data maintained by the Health Department, the Department of Women and Child Development, and the private for profit and not for profit health sectors and the links that exist between them in terms of data sharing.
ReportEngaging the public & private sectors in data sharing to improve maternal and newborn health in Uttar Pradesh, India
The private for-profit health sector in India delivers around 80% of outpatient treatment and 60% of hospitalisations, and includes more than three quarters of human resources for health. Limited information is shared with public health information systems.
ReportData Informed Platform for Health Feasibility Study Report, Gombe State, Nigeria
Report from a feasibility study for a Data Informed Platform for Health in Gombe State, Nigeria.
ReportData Informed Platform for Health Feasibility Study Report, Amhara and Oromia Regions, Ethiopia
This report contains the findings of a study undertaken by IDEAS, looking at whether a Data Informed Platform for Health could be implemented in Ethiopia.