Antigua and Barbuda Health System and Private Sector Assessment 2011

This report reviews the primary recommendations that came out of an integrated health systems and private sector assessment conducted in Antigua and Barbuda in 2011 through a joint effort of the Health Systems 20/20 and SHOPS projects. Recommendations include:

  • Invest in financial analysis (costing) to inform strategic planning.
  • Prioritize updates and passage of key legislation and gazette regulations to enforce enacted laws.
  • Improve access, efficiency, and quality of care at all levels of care.
  • Pursue opportunities to engage the private sector as a partner.
Author

HS 20/20 and SHOPS Projects

Contributor

HS 20/20 and SHOPS Projects

Published
May 2012
Resource Types
Report
Technical Area
Public-Private Engagement
Private Health Sector Assessments
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
financial sustainability
financing strategies
health policy
health products
health systems
HIV/AIDS
private sector assessment
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