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Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2011, Volume 377, Issue 9775, pp. 1421 - 1428
Journal Article
Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2013, Volume 382, Issue 9908, pp. 1898 - 1955
Journal Article
2011, World Bank working paper, ISBN 9780821385999, Volume no. 209., v, 50
This report discusses and analyzes labor market dynamics and outcomes (including unemployment, worker shortages, and urban-rural imbalances of categories of... 
Medical personnel | Supply and demand | economics | Delivery of health care | Rural health services | Medical economics | Government policy | RURAL DIFFERENCES | BIRTH RATES | NURSES TRAINING | LABOR MARKETS | INEQUALITY | LOCAL COMMUNITIES | POOR | LIVE BIRTH | REMOTE RURAL AREAS | REMOTE AREAS | EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF RESOURCES | PHYSICIANS | VILLAGES | HEALTH SECTOR | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | RURAL MEDICINE | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | MEDICAL SCHOOL | NURSES | LABOR SHORTAGES | MIDWIVES | BURDEN OF DISEASE | HEALTH PROVIDERS | IMMIGRANT | WORKFORCE | INJURIES | RURAL HEALTH CARE | CASH TRANSFERS | WORKERS | HEALTH EDUCATION | MEDICAL SUPPLIES | HEALTH SYSTEMS | HUMAN RESOURCES | GYNECOLOGY | FEMALE | RURAL SERVICE | CLINICAL GUIDELINES | HEALTH WORKERS | HEALTH WORKFORCE | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | DISSEMINATION | EQUILIBRIUM | HEALTH OFFICIALS | HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | NATIONAL LEVEL | HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | INSERVICE TRAINING | MORTALITY | PUBLIC HEALTH | RURAL REGIONS | PATIENTS | POLITICAL INSTABILITY | PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTIONS | ECONOMIC POLICIES | RURAL HEALTH | RURAL PEOPLE | RURAL CLINICS | POOR AREAS | RURAL WORKERS | HOMES | WORKING CONDITIONS | DESCRIPTION | INCOME | MORTALITY RATE | HEALTH CARE FACILITIES | HEALTH POLICY | COUNSELING | RURAL SERVICES | LIVE BIRTHS | HIV/AIDS | IMPORTANT POLICY | PRIVATE DOCTORS | COST-EFFECTIVENESS | TRANSPORTATION | RURAL POLICY | LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE | LOCAL GOVERNMENTS | FORMAL EDUCATION | HEALTH INSURANCE | HEALTH TRAINING | MATERNAL MORTALITY | MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS | MEDICAL CARE | CLINICS | RURAL | PROBABILITY | RURAL MARKETS | HIV | RURAL AREA | URBAN AREA | LEGAL STATUS | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | COMMUNITY HEALTH | PATIENT | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | HEALTH CENTERS | USER FEES | HOUSEHOLDS | INDEXES | SURGERY | MIDWIFE | PHYSICIAN | EXISTING RESOURCES | SAFETY | FEWER YEARS OF EDUCATION | HEALTH PROBLEMS | FEMALES | MATERNAL HEALTH | CAESAREAN SECTIONS | EXPOSURE TO HEALTH RISKS | RURAL GAPS | DEATHS | INFANT MORTALITY RATE | IMMIGRATION POLICIES | WOMAN | NURSE | FEASIBILITY STUDIES | CHILDHOOD DISEASES | HEALTH PROFESSIONALS | IMMIGRATION | HEALTH INTERVENTIONS | HEALTH EXTENSION | INFANT | POPULATION GROUPS | MARRIED COUPLES | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATES | URBAN HEALTH CARE | NURSING | MORTALITY LEVELS | RURAL DISTRICTS | HEALTH SYSTEM | KEY HEALTH INTERVENTIONS | INCENTIVE SCHEMES | LABOR MARKET | AUXILIARY NURSES | FISCAL CONSTRAINTS | COST EFFECTIVENESS | HOSPITAL | RURAL LABOR | BRAIN DRAIN | RURAL POPULATIONS | LAB TESTS | SPOUSE | UNDER-FIVE MORTALITY | LABOR FORCE | JOB SECURITY | POVERTY INDICATORS | INEQUITIES | LABOR SUPPLY | WAR | RURAL AREAS | MINISTRIES OF HEALTH | HEALTH FACILITIES | RURAL EMPLOYMENT | RURAL PROVINCES | PROGRESS | GENDER | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | HOUSING | PEDIATRICS | REDUCING MATERNAL MORTALITY | SPILLOVER | TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES | GENERAL PRACTITIONERS | LOCAL COMMUNITY | UNEMPLOYMENT | MIGRATION | IMMIGRANT HEALTH | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | BIRTH ATTENDANTS | POPULATION DENSITY | RURAL GAP | TARGETING | RURAL COMMUNITY | HEALTH CLINICS | SOCIAL FACTORS | INFANT MORTALITY | VIOLENCE | POLICY MAKERS | SPOUSES | HEALTH CARE | RURAL COMMUNITIES | OBSTETRICAL COMPLICATIONS | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES | SCARCE RESOURCES | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | SKILL LEVEL
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Human Resources for Health, ISSN 1478-4491, 01/2011, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 1
Journal Article
World Health & Population, ISSN 1718-3340, 09/2015, Volume 16, Issue 1, pp. 6 - 7
The last decade has highlighted dramatic gaps in the quantity, skill-mix and geographic distribution of the health workforce which, in turn, has restrained... 
Journal Article
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, ISSN 0042-9686, 01/2018, Volume 96, Issue 1, pp. 2 - 2A
Journal Article
2010, Volume 5190
Paying for performance (P4P) provides financial incentives for providers to increase the use and quality of care. P4P can affect health care by providing... 
Web Resource
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, ISSN 0042-9686, 09/2015, Volume 93, Issue 9, pp. 590A - 590
The last decade has highlighted major gaps in the availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality of the health workforce in many countries. The... 
PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | Universal Coverage - trends | Residence Characteristics | Health Personnel | Medical policy | Health insurance | Evaluation | Public health administration | Influence | Forecasts and trends | Index Medicus
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2012, World Bank study, ISBN 9780821389584, xxi, 86
Health indicators particularly on child health and malaria in Ethiopia have improved significantly in recent years, with the next challenge now focused on... 
Medical personnel | Health Manpower | National Health Programs | Health Resources | Public health | Maternal Health Services | Medical care | Medical economics | Ethiopia | BASIC HEALTH | PHARMACY | LABOR MARKETS | NEWBORN | TETANUS | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TREATMENT | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIOS | PHYSICIANS | HEALTH SECTOR | MORBIDITY | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | HOME VISITS | EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE | URBAN BIAS | HEALTH SYSTEMS | MATERNAL CARE | ACCESS TO EDUCATION | HUMAN RESOURCES | FEMALE | PREGNANCY | LABORATORY WORKERS | HEALTH SERVICES | BASIC HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | MORTALITY | PATIENTS | SEX | HOSPITALS | PREVALENCE | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | SANITATION | SOCIOECONOMIC DIFFERENCES | MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICES | DECISION MAKING | LARGE POPULATION | HEALTH CARE FACILITIES | LIVE BIRTHS | SPECIALIST | GENERAL PRACTITIONER | POTENTIAL USERS | INFORMATION SYSTEM | HEALTH CENTRE | MEDICAL CARE | CLINICS | CHILD HEALTH | WORKPLACE | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION | COMMUNITY HEALTH | HEALTH OUTCOMES | MIDWIFE | HEALTH-SEEKING BEHAVIOR | NEONATAL MORTALITY | MATERNAL HEALTH | MALARIA CASES | NURSE | PATIENT SATISFACTION | FAMILIES | INFANT | EYE CARE | HEALTH ORGANIZATION | SICK LEAVE | LABOR MARKET | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | MEDICAL EDUCATION | HEALTH POSTS | HOSPITAL | JOB SECURITY | QUALITY ASSURANCE | INFANT HEALTH CARE | RURAL AREAS | MEDICINE | MIDWIFERY | IMMUNIZATION | OBSTETRICS | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | PREMATURE DEATH | DOCTORS | PUBLIC HEALTH WORKERS | TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES | LOCAL COMMUNITY | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | IRON | HEALTH SERVICE | FAMILY PLANNING | SCHOOL HEALTH | HEALTH CARE | MEDICAL SCHOOLS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | HEALTH INDICATORS | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | VICTIMS | HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | PHARMACISTS | PARAMEDICS | MEDICAL SCHOOL | NURSES | EMPLOYMENT | MIDWIVES | SECONDARY SCHOOL | SPECIALISTS | MOTHERS | HEALTH PROVIDERS | MINORITY | MOTHER | WORKERS | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO | HEALTH WORKFORCE | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | DISSEMINATION | PUBLIC HEALTH | HEALTH MESSAGES | WORKING CONDITIONS | YOUNG WOMEN | INCOME | DRUGS | HEALTH MANAGEMENT | MORTALITY RATE | MIGRANTS | PREGNANT MOTHERS | AGED | DEATH RATE | INTERVENTION | HIV/AIDS | MEDICAL DOCTORS | POSTNATAL CARE | HEALTH TRAINING | MINISTRY OF EDUCATION | MATERNAL MORTALITY | PHARMACIST | PROBABILITY | HEALTH RESULTS | HIV | ANTENATAL CARE | LEGAL STATUS | SCHOOL CURRICULA | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | PATIENT | HEALTH CENTERS | POLICY DISCUSSIONS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | PUSH FACTORS | SURGERY | POTENTIAL MIGRANTS | PHYSICIAN | ABORTION CARE | MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH | SCHOOL STUDENTS | ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH | MEDICAL DOCTOR | FEMALES | DEATHS | MATERNITY LEAVE | SHORT SUPPLY | HEALTH PROFESSIONALS | IMMIGRATION | HEALTH EXTENSION | ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE | NEWBORN CARE | LIVING CONDITIONS | INFANT HEALTH | HEALTH CARE PROVIDER | BABIES | NURSING | NEONATAL HEALTH | MATERNITY CARE | HEALTH SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING | POPULATION DATA | EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | LABOR FORCE | HEALTH EXPENDITURE | PUBLIC HEALTH PROVISION | ACCESS TO CARE | CERTIFICATION | CITIES | URBAN POPULATIONS | HEALTH FACILITIES | BULLETIN | COUNTRY OF DESTINATION | ABORTION | GENDER | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | EQUITABLE ACCESS | GENERAL PRACTITIONERS | HEALTH PROFESSIONAL | TEACHING HOSPITALS | POLICY-MAKING PROCESS | RURAL COMMUNITIES | RURAL RESIDENTS
Book
BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, ISSN 0042-9686, 06/2019, Volume 97, Issue 6, pp. 434 - 435
Journal Article
BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, ISSN 0042-9686, 02/2011, Volume 89, Issue 2, pp. 153 - 156
Performance-based financing is generating a heated debate. Some suggest that it may be a donor fad with limited potential to improve service delivery. Most of... 
DISTRICT | PAYMENT | RWANDA | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | CENTERS | CAMBODIA | Index Medicus | Policy & Practice
Journal Article
The International Journal of Health Planning and Management, ISSN 0749-6753, 07/2016, Volume 31, Issue 3, pp. 309 - 348
More than 20 countries in Africa are scaling up performance‐based financing (PBF), but its impact on equity in access to health services remains to be... 
maternal and child health | incentives | equity | Rwanda | Equity | Maternal and child health | Incentives | QUALITY | PAY | IMPROVING ACCESS | CENTERS | CARE | DISTRICT | IMPACT | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | SYSTEMS | HEALTH POLICY & SERVICES | EQUITY FUNDS | Child Health Services - standards | Maternal Health Services - economics | Health Services Accessibility - organization & administration | Maternal Health Services - standards | Poverty | Maternal Health Services - organization & administration | Rural Health Services - standards | Humans | Child Health Services - economics | Health Services Accessibility - economics | Rural Health Services - organization & administration | Reimbursement, Incentive - organization & administration | Child Health Services - organization & administration | Rural Health Services - economics | Program Evaluation | Child | Reimbursement, Incentive - economics | Health care industry | Children | Health aspects | Finance | Health care reform | Model testing | Health services | Rural communities | Childrens health | Heterogeneity | Demographics | Regression models | Maternal & child health | Advocacy services | Health insurance | Evaluation | Statistical analysis | Rural areas | Health | Maternal characteristics | Coverage | Clustering | Random errors | Surveys | Equal access | Health status | Insurance | Financing | Scaling | Wealth | Health administration
Journal Article
Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2015, Volume 386, Issue 10011, pp. 2371 - 2372
  The 2030 Sustainable Development Goals show an ambitious global commitment to health: more holistic than the Millennium Development Goals in terms of health... 
Internal Medicine | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | Health Services Needs and Demand<