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Effective Programme Management aims to deliver health services that are safe, accessible, high quality, people-centred, and integrated to ensure universal health coverage.
Health service delivery systems should consider the whole spectrum of care from promotion and prevention to diagnostic, rehabilitation and palliative care, as well all levels of care (eg: hospital and home care) in order to provide integrated health services.
Resilient and sustainable systems for health focuses on the need to support countries in moving towards universal health coverage, through improving the efficiency and effectiveness of their health service delivery systems.
Framework for Effective Programme Management
- The relevant design of programmes (based on gap analysis and needs assessment).
- That appropriate country policies are followed.
- That key stakeholders are involved.
- That appropriate management and governance structures exist.
- That information is gathered and analysed to inform decision making.
- That programmes are designed to be rigorous in delivering quality results against a plan, but sufficiently flexible for continued renewal of focus and adaptation to change.
Programme management in line with human rights principles
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