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Introduction to PRRINN MNCH Minimum Service Package Planning Tool

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A health system Minimum Service Package has been introduced in some states in Nigeria. This presentation introduces a planning tool desinged to allow for future strategic thinking.

A health system Minimum Service Package has been introduced in some states in Nigeria. This presentation introduces a planning tool desinged to allow for future strategic thinking.

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  • 1. PRRINN MNCH Minimum Service Package Planning Tools An introduction
  • 2. Contents of the presentation Introduction and purpose, slides 1 - 8 What the tools are, slides 9 - 13 What is in the tools, slides 14 - 25 How to use the tools, slides 26 - 39 slides have extensive notes attached
  • 3. PRRINN MNCH immunisation, primary care and maternal, newborn and child health systems in four northern Nigerian states http://www.prrinn-mnch.org/index.html
  • 4. © R J S Parsons
  • 5. Minimum Service Package - concentrates resources where most effective - guarantees the minimum that will be provided - is equitably and rationally applied
  • 6. This Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons image is from the user Chris 73 and is freely available at //commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Liberty__Stool_Thebes_-_1884.jpg under the creative commons cc-by-sa 3.0 license.
  • 7. To help with the planning process you also have: - a manual in three volumes - a poster of the overall process - a series of videos on different parts of the process - a separate video on how to make assumptions work best for you - this presentation - a Yahoo support group - the experience of others who have already used it
  • 8. Costing model
  • 9. Costing model basics sheet
  • 10. Costing model assumptions sheets
  • 11. Costing model “For HR Planner” sheet
  • 12. Costing model totals sheet
  • 13. HR Planner
  • 14. HR Planner salary grading packages
  • 15. HR Planner workload variables
  • 16. HR Planner reporting
  • 17. Planning tool
  • 18. Planning tool population and facility data
  • 19. Planning tool costs per facility
  • 20. • • • • Planning tool: the process - Assumptions - Adjustments - Interrogation - Production
  • 21. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AOrangutan_thinking.jpg By Dmitry Rozhkov (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Planning tool: assumptions
  • 22. It will be worth watching the video made by Garth Singleton on how you can make best use of assumptions in the whole planning process (number 9 in the series)
  • 23. Planning tool adjustments: Policy decisions - free drugs - DRF - miscellaneous - salary allowance factor
  • 24. Planning tool key issues - understand this is a fingertip feeling exercise - it is an iterative process - it is a consultative process - it is a continuous process
  • 25. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AMagnifying_glass_icon_mgx1_.svg By AlphaZeta (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons
  • 26. Manual
  • 27. Please note that this presentation is no substitute for going through the manual systematically and attentively Picture © Daniel Palmer
  • 28. If you come to grief when carrying out the planning process, it will almost certainly be because you ignored the manual Picture © Daniel Palmer
  • 29. Introductory workshop
  • 30. Continued support to process
  • 31. The future
  • 32. For more information: HPI: to be confirmed PRRINN: to be confirmed
  • 33. The PRRINN MSP planning tool was built by: PRRINN/MNCH Task Managers Dr Emmanuel Sokpo Dr Andrew MacKenzie PRRINN/MNCH Consultants Nana Enyimayew Chris Hotter Yakubu Martins Remi Sogunro Ate Wombu External consultants Garth Singleton Michael Siebert Rob Parsons