Results Based Financing in Health (Facilitated)

October 25th, 2017 00:00 - December 06th, 2017 00:00


Results Based Financing in Health (Facilitated)

Results Based Financing approaches can help to strengthen core health systems, making them more accountable and delivering greater value for money by shifting the focus from inputs to results. However, countries and development agencies are faced with insufficient RBF-implementation capacity. This course will help to bridge that capacity gap.

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Target Audience

This course is designed for : (a) Health and Financial Practitioners/Professionals at the national and district levels; (b) Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) engaged in RBF; (c) Development Partners supporting RBF schemes; (d) Academia; and (e) Policy-makers.

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Submitted 9:03 am, November 10, 2017

I'm interested in joining this course


Submitted 7:41 am, November 9, 2017

I'm interested in joining this course


Submitted 1:19 pm, November 6, 2017

Interesting course

Submitted 3:09 am, November 7, 2017

Could you plesase tell me how to find the link of opening course?


Submitted 10:22 am, November 3, 2017

I'm interested in joining this course


Submitted 1:09 pm, October 26, 2017

Hello, I'm interested in joining this course. How can I apply?

Emmanuel Pitia Zacharia

Submitted 5:48 pm, October 25, 2017

I would like to join this course. How can i apply?


Submitted 8:48 am, October 24, 2017

Thanks once more for this course. When do we get notified if we have been selected for the course?


Submitted 10:20 pm, October 23, 2017

Thank you for this course. Result based financing is the way to go. As a new staff in PBF Programme ImpIementation Unit in my State, I believe it will greatly improve my knowledge.


Submitted 11:40 am, October 23, 2017

I want to join the course.


Submitted 1:58 pm, October 21, 2017

I am interested in this course.

Dr Plang

Submitted 6:13 am, October 20, 2017

HI Plang Jwanle from Nigeria.Hope to enjoy this course

Mohammed Suleiman

Submitted 4:44 pm, October 19, 2017

Dear:All Am Mohammed Suleiman from Sudan. This course is interesting since I work in health care system.Definitely it adds more skills to my career development


Submitted 4:10 pm, October 12, 2017

PBF is an innovating health financing strategy which has proven to improve not just the of the number of people who seek health care services but has also the quality of the services provided. The biggest strength of this method is the autonomy which is given to managers at the operational level to make informed decisions on the needs of the population while working in line with the national policies. This course will go a long way to improve my knowledge on this topic and I look forward to sharing my experience in PBF with all.


Submitted 10:59 am, October 24, 2017

You are very right Monyuy. PBF has some key principles and best practices which if applied in all sectors of the national economy, will go a long way to bring already lost quality and efficiency back to the system.


Submitted 3:55 pm, October 11, 2017

Sustaining the gains of RBF in very important in improving health indicators and outcomes. However, entrenching the approach into existing governance and health financing system requires the support of policy makers and implementers.


Submitted 11:32 pm, September 22, 2017

RBF is such a wonderful approach of Healthcare financing that stimulate providers not only to hunt for results but to hunt for the best possible one. The real major challenge for me is to build a good verification strategy and coaching and the results just keep coming.


Submitted 9:44 pm, October 22, 2017

Hi Jo thanks for your determination in taking us through this course. I hope my application has been granted. I long to taking part.


Submitted 12:18 pm, August 29, 2017

Results are realised and staff are more motivated, But what facinates me more is how the healthcare workers are strategically purchasing for itemsbased on need.


Submitted 12:14 pm, August 29, 2017

RBF is an awesome approach to improving and rewarding health outcomes.


Submitted 6:05 am, August 29, 2017

The beauty of RBF is not only on the processes, it also shapes and molds the attitude of health workers as well as enhances capacities to deliver in the long run. I. I. Ahmed

Dr. Emmanuel Meribole

Submitted 8:26 pm, August 28, 2017

RBF is the way to go in Healthcare financing in the face of the inefficiency of input based budgeting in health. RBF has been seen to improve performance in the health sector both quantitatively and qualitatively. To ensure proper understanding of this paradigm shift, capacity building is necessary for policy makers as this will enhance acceptability and effective implementation of RBF in the health sector.


Submitted 4:02 pm, October 11, 2017

Infact I believe that every state in Nigeria should integrate RBF into health laws for sustainability.


Submitted 5:38 pm, August 28, 2017

My country is currently piloting the PBF approach in some states. We hope to use the result of the pilot as evidence to advocate to the policy makers so that it can be adopted nationally to reform the health sector. This course will definitely help in building my capacity!


Submitted 4:40 am, August 18, 2017

Joined and added to the waiting list of the class.


Submitted 8:07 am, August 17, 2017

I need to join but am getting a registration error that "The scheduled class is not available for enrollment". Can you please let me know what is the issue? The number in waiting list indicates zero, so I do not think the available number of seats have been filled.


Submitted 11:59 pm, August 6, 2017

I am interested in this course. Please let me know when this will start. I am on waiting list from prior registration for this course, I would like to know if that will be considered in the future offering of this course. Thank you. Nega


Submitted 9:30 am, July 27, 2017

Please let me know when this will start. I am interested.


Submitted 11:23 pm, July 26, 2017 would greatly assist in decision making on how to allocate resources in the midst of competing demands


Submitted 12:41 pm, July 24, 2017

Very interesting

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