We provide advisory and training services to Governments, Corporations, Nonprofit and Academic institutions working in the health sector. Our expertise is in:
Health Systems Reform dedicates its cross-national experience combined with evidence-based policy analysis and creativity in local adaptation to consult on Health Policymaking and the Reform Process, Health System Management including Hospital Management, Leadership in healthcare, and Healthcare Education. We go beyond advising to supporting willing clients with project implementation. This service includes training the clients' human resources, creating the right institutional infrastructure for change, and being directly involved with clients throughout project execution to project success.
Strengthening health systems for improved public health and patient care is our core mission. Our experts have advised governments, private sector and civic sector in developed, developing and transitioning countries. We support you in:
Leadership and management in healthcare
Health system analysis and options for reform
Improving level and efficiency of health system financing
Balancing affordability, efficiency and quality of healthcare services
Health Economics and healthcare markets
Provider payment and reimbursement of healthcare supplies
Improving allocative and technical efficiency in healthcare expenditure
Increasing access to medicines and innovation in healthcare
Building a competitive human capital that successfully lead and deliver healthcare
Public Private Partnerships in healthcare
Corporate social responsibility in healthcare
Due to the complex interplay of economic, social, political, environmental, and technological inputs into the health system, decision-makers turn to HSR for guidance on integrating the multiple dimensions and trade-offs inherent to the policymaking process. Health Systems Reform provides consulting support throughout the health policy reform process: from policy analysis and development to policy adoption, implementation and revision.
HSR advises government, corporations, insurance companies, hospitals, and the pharmaceutical sector on defining and reforming health policy challenges. Topics include:
Financing and insurance policies
Provider payment in healthcare
Healthcare governance and regulations
Organization and delivery of care
Affordability and access to care
Role of the private sector in healthcare
Social marketing in healthcare
Developing human capital in healthcare
HSR’s experts support both system and institution leaders with strengthening performance, efficiency and quality of delivered services. Through training and technical support, Health Systems Reform develops both leaders who could successfully manage healthcare institutions and competent followers who are capable of achieving institutional goals and improving patient care.
HSR provides technical support and strategic advising for better management in both public and private healthcare institutions:
Effective Governance and Leadership
Financing and accounting
Supply chain management
Procurement and negotiations tactics
Hiring and training medical staff (physicians and nurses)
Technical and allocative efficiency
Quality of care
Human resource management
Health Systems Reform (HSR) and its sister organization Education Systems Reform (ESR) work with universities and other education-focused organizations to train current and future healthcare leaders through curriculum development and delivery.
Educational components cover disciplines of Health Policy, Public Health and Healthcare Management. HSR has the competitive advantages of setting up and managing relevant departments or specialties; developing cutting edge curricula and training courses and delivering/teaching relevant content.
HSR’s network gathers department leaders and professors from the best healthcare education institutions around the world.
Whether in an academic institution or a professional training program, HSR tailors curricula to build future leaders in healthcare. We provide support in content development and implementation of courses, training and full degree programs.
HSR and its sister organization ESR work with universities and other education institutions to provide training for current and future healthcare leaders.
- Curriculum Development
- Human Resource Development
- Management and support in program-building
- Creating and Delivering Courses in Health policy, Health Systems Management, and Public Health for Universities and Professional Training Institutes
A sample of the courses that we provide: Introduction to Health System Management, Introduction to and current issues in Public Health, Introduction to Health Policy analysis and health system reform, Comparative healthcare systems, Health Economics and insurance, Health Financing and Provider Payment, Resource allocation and cost-effectiveness analysis, Leadership in Healthcare, Negotiation in Healthcare, Pharmaceutical Business and Policy, Human resource development and management, Process and operations management, Healthcare quality management, Disaster management and planning in healthcare, Project Management, Planning and Budgeting in healthcare, New Business Development, Healthcare Strategy and Futures Planning, Advanced Health Economics, Methods in Cost-effectiveness Comparative Effectiveness Research, From Health Policy to Clinical Practice, Health Care and Health Reform, Pharmaceutical business and policy, Aging and Health Policy, Introduction to the Health Services System, Public Private Partnership and Corporate Responsibility in healthcare, Introduction and topics in Global Health, Topics in Global Health, Developing Health: Transitions in Global Health & Development, Health Services Research Methods
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