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  1. At a glance… Verification of performance linked to financial incentivesby Joe Naimoli & Petra Vergeer February 2010 Petra Vergeer, Health Specialist RBF Team, World Bank

  2. PBF: Simplified concept Results

  3. Verification:Essential element of implementationNot to be confused with M&E • Relatively new function • Donors and government acutely sensitive to potential for “over-payments” for inflated service reporting • Avoid appearance of, or actual conflict of interest: provider has incentive to over report; separate actor must verify reporting

  4. Multiple actors/functions-Conflict of interest?

  5. Verification- different methods used • Process for ensuring the consistency of routine reporting on the volume and/or quality of purchased services provided (recount of data) • Process for confirming that patients reported to have received purchased services received them (patient follow-up) • Direct observation of conditions of service delivery and actual care • Schemes often include multiple approaches

  6. Snapshots of existing verification experiences: • WB: Afghanistan, Argentina, Cambodia, Rwanda • NGO experiences: Burundi, Haiti • Industrialized country: USA (Medicare) • GPOBA • GAVI • Global Fund

  7. Current knowledge: on a learning curve • Mechanics not well documented • Strong demand for practical information about how to do it • Series of knowledge products proposed. Exploratory and descriptive in the early stages; greater synthesis and analysis in later stages