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South African Health Review 2013/14
Health Systems Trust
Now an officially accredited peer-reviewed journal that chronicles the development of South Africa’s health system, the South African Health Review offers current, evidence-based insights into the status of integration of policy and implementation in a range of healthcare structures, protocols and processes.
Focusing on good practice, the South African Health Review 2013/14 chapters include: progress and innovations in the three streams of the primary health care re-engineering framework (District Clinical Specialist Teams, Ward-based Outreach Teams, and School Health); challenges in district health management, and at facility level, a pioneering application of the Lean Management model for high-quality cost-effective service delivery; quality improvement supported through the work of the Office of Health Standards Compliance, with the Ideal Clinic initiative in place and the concept of social franchising mooted; advancements and barriers in environmental health and emerging technologies such as eHealth; addressing cervical cancer in South Africa; and a planning perspective on the role of the private health sector in operationalising National Health Insurance.
The Health and Related Indicators chapter is the mainstay of every Review edition, listing key new data sources along with central issues and trends, and providing the latest data covering 10 areas and approximately 100 indicators, ranging from health status to health financing indicators.
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