Primary Care Systems Profiles and Performance (PRIMASYS). Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research. (2016)


In 2015 the Alliance received funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to lead a programme of work on Primary Care Systems Profiles & Performance (PRIMASYS) in collaboration with the WHO Department for Service Delivery and Safety. This programme aims to bridge the knowledge gap on frontline healthcare delivery systems at national and subnational levels.

Twenty case studies on primary care systems will be developed across select low- and middle-income countries between 2015-2018. Countries will receive a small grant to develop the case study and will benefit from the technical and scientific support of the Alliance to collect and report data and information pertaining to primary care services, structures and processes.

The country case studies developed will be used to draw cross-cutting lessons to inform the performance of primary care systems.


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Report: Report from the expert consultation on Primary Care Profiles & Performance (July 2015)


Countries studied: Bangladesh and Pakistan

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