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A comprehensive review of the literature on health equity funds in Cambodia 2001-2010 and annotated bibliography (WP9)

A comprehensive review of the literature on health equity funds in Cambodia 2001-2010 and annotated bibliography (WP9)

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Building on evidence of existing health equity funds in Cambodia is essential to developing a national approach to health equity funds. What does the body of evidence identify as priorities for policy dialogue and further research?
Building on evidence of existing health equity funds in Cambodia is essential to developing a national approach to health equity funds. What does the body of evidence identify as priorities for policy dialogue and further research?

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KNOWLEDGE HUBS FOR HEALTH
Strengthening health systems through evidence in Asia and the Pacic
The Nossal Institutefor Global Health
www.ni.unimelb.edu.au
HEALTH POLICY AND HEALTH FINANCEKNOWLEDGE HUB
 WORKING PAPER SERIES
NUMBER 9 | NOVEMBER 2010
A comprehensive review o the literature onhealth equity unds in Cambodia 2001-2010and annotated bibliography
Peter Annear
Nossal Institute or Global Health, The University o Melbourne
 
WORKING PAPER SERIES HEALTH POLICY AND HEALTH FINANCE KNOWLEDGE HUB
A comprehensive review o the literature on HEF in Cambodia 2001-2010 and annotated bibliography NUMBER 9 | NOVEMBER 2010
ABOUT THIS SERIES
This Working Paper is produced by the Nossal Institute or Global Health at the University o Melbourne, Australia.The Australian Agency or International Development (AusAID) has established our Knowledge Hubs orhealth, each addressing dierent dimensions o the health system: Health Policy and Health Finance; HealthInormation Systems; Human Resources or Health; and Women’s and Children’s Health.Based at the Nossal Institute, the Health Policy and Health Finance Knowledge Hub aims to support regional,national and international partners to develop eective evidence-inormed policy making, particularly in the eldo health nance and health systems.The Working Paper series is not a peer-reviewed journal; papers in this series are works-in-progress.The aim isto stimulate discussion and comment among policy makers and researchers.The Nossal Institute invites and encourages eedback. We would like to hear both where corrections areneeded to published papers and where additional work be useul. We also would like to hear suggestionsor new papers or the investigation o any topics that health planners or policy makers would nd helpul. Toprovide comment or get urther inormation about the Working Paper series please contact; ni-ino@unimelb.edu.au with “Working Papers” as the subject.For updated Working Papers, the title page includes the date o the latest revision.
A comprehensive review o the literature on health equity unds in Cambodia 2001-2010 andannotated bibliography.
First drat – November 2010Corresponding author:Peter Annear Address: The Nossal Institute or Global Health, University o Melbourne, pannear@unimelb.edu.auThis Working Paper represents the views o its author/s and does not represent any ocial position o TheUniversity o Melbourne, AusAID or the Australian Government.
ACKOWLEDGEMENTS
This paper was prepared or a group o donor partners providing support or policy development, healthsystems strengthening and the implementation o health equity unds to the Ministry o Health in Cambodia.The review was commissioned on behal o donors by the World Bank oce in Phnom Penh.I would like to thank the many people rom the Ministry o Health (MOH) and donor organisations in Cambodiawho read and commented on this work.
A NOTE ON THE SPELLING OF CAMBODIAN PLACE NAMES
There are a number o dierent systems or transliterating Khmer words into English orthography. In thispublication, place names in the title o publications are reproduced as in the original. In all other cases, thespelling is based on a modied version o the database o provincial, district, commune and village namescompiled by the Cambodian government’s.
 
HEALTH POLICY AND HEALTH FINANCE KNOWLEDGE HUB WORKING PAPER SERIES
NUMBER 9 | NOVEMBER 2010 A comprehensive review o the literature on HEF in Cambodia 2001-2010 and annotated bibliography
 
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CONTENTS
 Abbreviations ...........................................................................................................................................................iiSummary ..................................................................................................................................................................iiiIntroduction and Context .........................................................................................................................................1Methods ...................................................................................................................................................................2Results o the Comprehensive Review ....................................................................................................................31. Social Health Protection .......................................................................................................................................31.1. Targeting ........................................................................................................................................................31.2. Coverage .......................................................................................................................................................41.3. Access ..........................................................................................................................................................42. Output and Operational Indicators ......................................................................................................................52.1. Increased use o public health services .......................................................................................................52.2. Reduced impoverishment and indebtedness ..............................................................................................72.3. Improved quality o health services ..............................................................................................................93. Key Aspects o HEF Design ...............................................................................................................................113.1. Key design eatures .....................................................................................................................................113.2. Key constraints and resulting strategies.....................................................................................................123.3. Third-party status........................................................................................................................................143.4. Method o identication ..............................................................................................................................143.5. Appropriate benet package ......................................................................................................................163.6. Provider payment mechanisms ..................................................................................................................174. The Implementation Environment ......................................................................................................................174.1. Institutional and contextual actors .............................................................................................................174.2. The reerral system .....................................................................................................................................174.3. Monitoring and evaluation ..........................................................................................................................184.4. Contracting..................................................................................................................................................194.5. Community-based health insurance ..........................................................................................................194.6. Scaling up ...................................................................................................................................................20Conclusions and Recommendations ....................................................................................................................21 Annotated Bibliography o the Published and Grey Literature onHealth Equity Funds in Cambodia 2001-2010 .......................................................................................................25

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