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Collaborating with the Private Sector to Advance Services for NCDs Baumgartner

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CORE Group Global Health Practitioner Conference Fall 2017

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Collaborating with the Private Sector to Advance Services for NCDs Baumgartner

  1. 1. Collaborating with the Private Sector to Advance NCD Service Delivery Joy Noel Baumgartner, PhD Director, Duke Global Health Institute Evidence Lab CORE Group Fall Conference September 27, 2017
  2. 2. Private Sector Healthcare LMICs • For-profit, nonprofit, hybrid, faith-based orgs, NGOs, pharmacies • Large role (~50%) in delivery of healthcare services • World Bank (2011) estimates 52% of those in the bottom income quintile (urban and rural) receive care from the private sector Johnson, Douglas, Kylie Graff, and Soonie Choi. 2015. Facility Censuses: Revealing the Potential of the Private Health Sector. Bethesda, MD: Strengthening Health Outcomes through the Private Sector Project, Abt Associates Inc.
  3. 3. Working with Entrepreneurs Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD) • 25 mid-stage non-profits & for-profits – Healthcare delivery, workforce training, products/technologies, & healthcare financing – Scaling global health impact – Addressing cost, quality, & access – East Africa & India • 5 year award from USAID’s Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN) (2012-2017) • Mobilizes a community of practitioners, investors, corporations, faculty, students
  4. 4. Duke Global Health Institute Evidence Lab • High-quality evaluation; rigorous & innovative research designs • Prioritize building capacity of our local & project counterparts • Draw on research & policy expertise across Duke University • Collaborate with NGOs/social enterprises/partners in low- resource settings to evaluate interventions, programs, & technologies
  5. 5. • Develop suite of evaluation tools – Specifically for SEAD & innovators in healthcare • Acknowledges constraints – Time, Money, Dynamic environment • Techniques to strengthen impact statements – Credibly demonstrate innovation outcomes Working with Social Enterprises
  6. 6. ‘Entrepreneur-Friendly’Evaluation Tools
  7. 7. Session Objectives 1. Discussed public-private partnership opportunities in NCD service delivery including private sector’s interest in expanding care 2. Analyzed how the private sector engages with evaluation for NCD service delivery impact 3. Demonstrate the relevant contribution of NCD care models towards building country capacity toward Universal Health Coverage (UHC) as a strategy for improved care and expanded financing via the private sector

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