Health System Assessment Approach: A How-To Manual
Partners for Health Reformplus (PHRplus) and Health Systems 20/20 projects, with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Version 2.0 in 2012. available online URL: http://bit.ly/SuoePS
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The approach covers key health system functions and is organized around WHO’s six health system building blocks:
leadership and governance; health financing; service delivery; human resources for health; medical products, vaccines, and technologies; and health information systems.
HSAA Manual Version 2.0 – Full Text - Version 2.0 of the HSAA Manual by Section
Section 1. Introduction to the Health System Assessment Approach and Manual
These modules describe the technical grounding and methodological approach of the health system assessment. They also provide information on the content and use of this manual.
Section 2. Conducting the Assessment
These five modules describe a five-step process of conducting a health system assessment.
Section 3. Guidance on Assessing
The modules in this section describe the indicators that can be used to assess each of the health system building blocks. The section also includes country stories and templates. The modules in Section 3 can be downloaded separately, depending on areas of interest.
Complete Indicator Summary
Section 3 Module 1: Country and Health System Overview
Section 3 Module 2: Leadership and Governance
Section 3 Module 3: Health Financing
Section 3 Module 4: Service Delivery
Section 3 Module 5: Human Resources for Health
Section 3 Module 6: Medical Products, Vaccines, and Technologies
Section 3 Module 7: Health Information Systems
Annex 1: Section 1 Supplemental Materials
Annex 2: Section 2 Supplemental Materials
Annex 3: Section 3 Supplemental Materials
Engaging Stakeholders in Health System Assessments: A Guide for HSA Teams
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