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Learning from RBF Implementation. Dinesh Nair Sr Health Specialist. Overview of Session. Why do we need to “learn from RBF”? Pulling it all together: the conceptual framework Nigeria Case Study. Many opportunities to learn. Comprehensive learning agenda.

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Learning from rbf implementation

Learning from RBF Implementation

Dinesh Nair Sr Health Specialist


Overview of session

Overview of Session

  • Why do we need to “learn from RBF”?

  • Pulling it all together: the conceptual framework

  • Nigeria Case Study


Many opportunities to learn

Many opportunities to learn

Comprehensive learning agenda


A broad approach to learn from rbf implementation

A broad approach to learn from RBF implementation

  • Holistic conceptual framework which highlights:

    • the intermediate outcomes necessary to achieve results

    • the utility of a multidisciplinary lens

    • the need for broad methodological approaches


Learning from rbf implementation

Conceptual

Framework


A conceptual framework for pbf

A Conceptual Framework for PBF

  • What organizational and behavioral changes do you expect PBF to bring about?


Learning from rbf implementation nigeria experience

Learning from RBF Implementation: Nigeria Experience


Rbf in nigeria combines the pbf at health centers and dlis to state and local governments

RBF in Nigeria combines the PBF at health centers and DLIs to state and local governments

Results Based Financing Approach in Nigeria

Federal Govt.

Finance based on.. (Examples)

  • Increase in services

  • Budget execution

  • Bonus payment

$$

State Govt.

DLI

  • Supervision

  • HMIS reporting

  • HR management

Local Govt.

$$

$$

  • Quantity of services delivered

  • Quality scores of the services

Health Centers

PBF


Coverage has been increasing significantly but further improvement is required

Coverage has been increasing significantly, but further improvement is required

Coverage of health services in Pre-Pilot facilities in Adamawa state (%)

Inst Deliveries

Vaccination

FP

  • Significant improvement from very low baseline in all indicators

  • The is a good contrast with low DHS 2013 results in the North East (institutional delivery 20%, vaccination 14%, FP 11%)

  • However, the overall utilization is still 30-40%


Learning from rbf implementation

Detailed look at the operational data revealed the large variations in performance across Health Centers

Institutional Delivery in Adamawa, normalized by 100,000 population

  • Before PBF, all health centers were equally at very low levels

  • After the PBF, some facilities achieved 100% coverage while others struggle with limited improvement


This performance variation across health centers also exists in quality of care

This performance variation across health centers also exists in quality of care

Quality Score (%) in pre-pilot health centers in Adamawa state

  • The quality score overall improves even in low performers

  • However, the difference between high and low performers increased from 23% to 30%


Nigeria team engaged with two qualitative studies

Nigeria team engaged with two qualitative studies

2. Case study on key determinants

1. Demand-side barrier analysis

  • What differentiate the good and poor performers under the PBF scheme?

  • What are the barriers to service utilization in the PBF facilities?

Research question

  • Transport, service fee, culture/perception/ information barriers

  • Competition of alternatives

  • Health center management

  • Contextual factors

  • Health systems factors (e.g., supervision)

Areas to look into

  • Interviews, document review, direct observations

  • Best and poorest performers

  • Interview and focus group

  • High and low performers

Approaches

  • Design demand-side interventions

  • Devise appropriate support to poor performers

Potential use


Demand side barrier analysis revealed priority issues

Demand-side barrier analysis revealed priority issues

Priority demand side intervention

Major Barriers Found through Qualitative Analysis

Magnitude

Controllability

Possible approaches

Cost

High

High

  • Transport Voucher

Transport

  • Community transport team

  • Maternal shelter

Availability

High

Med

Cost

High

High

  • CCT

Services

Demand-Side Barriers

  • Predictable/discounted pricing (supply-side)

Predictability of cost

High

High

Hospitals

Varies

Low

  • N/A

Competition

  • Incentives for referral to PHCs (supply-side)

Traditional providers

Varies

Med

  • Community engagement (supply-side)

Community support

High

High

Community/Culture

  • Communication and community involvement

Culture

Varies

Med


Case study on determinants suggests the importance of community engagement and oic management

Case study on determinants suggests the importance of community engagement and OIC management

Identified determinants and non-determinants (preliminary)

Determinants

Non-Determinants

  • Community engagement (e.g., involve and reward community leaders, daily visits, incentivize for use of facility)

  • OIC’s management capacity (e.g., full staff involvement, improve staff environment using performance bonus, rigorous performance review)

  • Level of staffing (best performers lack staff)

  • Remoteness of facilities (best performers are very rural)

  • Technical qualifications of OIC (many community health workers manage facilities well)

  • Business planning (none use it effectively yet)


Research findings will drive new demand side interventions with additional financing

Research findings will drive new demand-side interventions with additional financing

Proposed Transport Voucher and Strengthening management capacities

Transport Voucher

Improve Capacities

  • ANC standard visit (1-4)

  • Institutional delivery

  • Postnatal consultation

  • Vaccination of children

  • Growth monitoring

  • Referred services provided by hospitals

  • Community engagement

  • Management capacity building of health centers

  • Technical training (e.g., IMCI) for quality improvement (QI)

Implementation Arrangements

  • Build demand side interventions to support Supply Side RBF interventions


Key lessons learned

Key Lessons Learned

  • RBF performance hinges on how well and quickly we can learn from implementation and improve our approaches

  • Qualitative research can provide a powerful insights and evidence in devising effective approaches

  • Identifying right research questions and clear plan to use the research results are required to make the qualitative research meaningful


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