Motivating provision of high quality care: it is not all about the money.
Mylène Lagarde, Luis Huicho, and Irene Papanicolas discuss different strategies policy makers can use to motivate health providers in order to improve quality of care. The inclusion of universal health coverage as a target in the sustainable development goal for health has boosted the global movement to improve access to healthcare services. To improve health, the services accessed must be high quality, yet there is mounting evidence that the quality of care delivered to populations in many low and middle income countries is inadequate. Governments must consider strategies that will not only improve accessibility to care for their populations but also substantially improve quality...
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