Governance and Health

Improving governance is one of the essential elements of realizing the dream of a strong health system achieving greater health impact. Good governance enables the effective use of medicines, information, human resources, and finances to deliver better health service performance and better health outcomes.

Courses

Source - MSH. Description - Beneficiaries of a well-governed and managed health facility.
Governance is a structured process used by a group of people—usually referred to as a governing body—to make decisions about policy, plans, and rules of collective action. For health organizations,...
Source - MSH. Description - Clinics at a primary health care center.
This course outlines the five key practices of good governance, and various strategies and actions that can be taken to apply them in the health sectors of resource-constrained countries in Asia,...
Source - MSH. Description - Attendee at an HIV counselor training.
The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the knowledge to develop and implement the organizational setup needed to ensure good governance of all types of health service delivery...
Source - Rui Pires.  Description - Mother and child in pharmacy.
Poor governance leaves health systems vulnerable to corrupt practices and mismanagement. When these problems occur in pharmaceutical systems, the ramifications can be costly for governments,...