We provide advisory and training services to Governments, Corporations, Nonprofit and Academic institutions working in the health sector. Our expertise is in:
Governments & Policymakers
Governments and Policymakers are at the core of health system reform and major stakeholders for HSR. HSR services, whether advisory or training cover areas such as:
Strategic and Tactical Health System Planning and Reform
Leadership and Health System Management
New Public management in Healthcare
National Policymaking: Insurance, Pharmaceuticals, etc.
Financing Health Systems
Provider Payments and Negotiations in Healthcare
Health System Organization and Delivery of Care
Public and Environmental Health
Public Private Partnerships
Governments and policymakers are major drivers of the reform process and therefore are key stakeholders for HSR. Our clients have included Ministries of Health, Finance and Economic development; Parliaments, and Presidential Administrations. HSR considers any stakeholder in healthcare as part of the health system and any effort to strengthen healthcare as part of the reform process. Accordingly our mission and services are not restricted to legislative or executive reform processes but encompass other system strengthening actions including public health programming and quality improvement of healthcare delivery. To HSR, supporting the right reforms and the public administrations implementing them is a profession stemming from passion and compassion towards suffering patients and the general population.
We provide governments and policymakers with a range of services including: health systems analysis, identifying opportunities for improvement of quality and delivery, setting short and long term system development plans, supporting legislative and executive branches in reform passage, advising public administration on reform management and implementation, leading successful social marketing campaigns, and measuring outcomes against reform objectives. HSR projects include health policymaking and regulation processes, strategic planning and development of health systems, effective public management and leadership in healthcare, healthcare financing and insurance, organization of the healthcare system, provider payment for hospitals and physicians, national pharmaceutical policy formulation, boosting innovation and investment in healthcare, development of human resources in healthcare, public-private partnerships, environmental health and regulation, behavior change and social marketing.
Private Sector Companies
HSR works with private sector insurances, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies. HSR services include consulting and training on:
Evidence based analysis including health technology assessment, budget impact modeling, and risk and revenue analysis (mote Carlo and Crystal ball simulations)
Pricing, Reimbursement and Access to medicines and medical devices (diagnostics and treatment)
Global launch strategies and successful market penetration
Public private partnerships in healthcare
Corporate Social Responsibility: strategy and implementation in line with core business activities
Promoting investment in R&D and increasing global access to innovation
Leadership in healthcare
Many HSR experts bring a lifelong career in pharma, medical devices, hospital and insurance companies including Fortune 500 companies, biotechs and startups in healthcare. HSR expertise includes:
pharmaceutical and medical devices: global market launch and access, government/payer relations, product reimbursement and local R&D or manufacturing. Services also include global strategic pricing, product reimbursement and patient access to medicines/devices
strategic business development: raising funds, partnering and localization plans
evidence based decision making in healthcare including health technology assessment, budget impact modeling, risk and revenue analysis
hospital management and improving healthcare delivery
corporate social responsibility (CSR strategic portfolio design, project development and implementation)
boosting investment in R&D and access to innovation in healthcare.
HSR serves as a catalyst between governments and private businesses to facilitate productive market regulations, strategic partnership design and increased access to innovative medicines and medical devices (diagnostics and treatments). HSR provides its clients with unique competitive advantage by combining evidence based tactics with strategic payer relations.
Non Profit Organizations
HSR and its sister organization SSR provide strategic and technical support for international institutions and local nonprofit organizations which share the noble goal of promoting public health. HSR fosters social impact through:
Capacity-building and training of trainers
Social and integrated campaigns
Partnerships with public and private sectors
Improved efficacy and streamlined operations
HSR and its sister company SSR (Support Systems Reform) provide support to nonprofit organizations seeking to increase their impact and sustainability. We work with local nongovernmental organizations and multinational institutions seeking to solve society’s most pressing challenges. Our clients in the non-profit sector work across the health spectrum whether providing healthcare delivery, raising public health awareness, building local capacity, or targeting the social and environmental determinants of health. HSR provides quantitative and strategic analysis to direct programmatic areas, resource streams, monitoring and evaluation. We focus on strengthening internal organizational and financial structure and sustainability. Our clients range from large donor-based institutions to small organizations working in low-resource settings.
Healthcare Education Management
HSR and its sister organization ESR work with universities and other education institutions to provide training for current and future healthcare leaders.
HSR services includes curriculum development, training, human resource development, management and support in building and delivering degree programs and courses in health policy, health system management and public health.
HSR's expertise is housed in leading institutions in healthcare education including Harvard University, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, The University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins University, London School of Economics, and many other institutions.
HSR works with universities and other educational institutions to develop, launch, and manage departments of health policy, health systems management and public health. Our services include budgeting and management, programming and curriculum development, recruitment and training of trainers.
HSR experts provide teaching and training in health policy, health sytsem management, public health and in related topics such as leadership and negotiation in healthcare. We design and deliver executive and customized courses for a range of target audiences in partnership with our sister company ESR.
A sample of provided courses: 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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