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Perceptions of quality across the maternal care continuum in the context of a health financing intervention: Evidence from a mixed methods study in rural Malawi
(© 2017 BioMed Central Ltd., 2017-06-08)
Background: In 2013, Malawi with its development partners introduced a Results-Based Financing for Maternal and Newborn Health (RBF4MNH) intervention to improve the quality of maternal and newborn health-care services. ...
The quality of clinical maternal and neonatal healthcare – a strategy for identifying ‘routine care signal functions’
(Plos One, 2015-04-15)
Background A variety of clinical process indicators exists to measure the quality of care provided by maternal and neonatal health (MNH) programs. To allow comparison across MNH programs in low- and middle-income countries ...
How do Malawian women rate the quality of maternal and newborn care? : experiences and perceptions of women in the central and southern regions
(© 2015 BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth, 2015-04)
Background: While perceived quality of care is now widely recognized to influence health service utilization, limited research has been conducted to explore and measure perceived quality of care using quantitative tools. ...
Design of an impact evaluation using a mixed methods model – an explanatory assessment of the effects of results-based financing mechanisms on maternal healthcare services in Malawi
(BMC Health Services Research, 2014)
Background: In this article we present a study design to evaluate the causal impact of providing supply-side performance-based financing incentives in combination with a demand-side cash transfer component on equitable access ...