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The Private Sector in Health Symposium, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, 6 July 2013

08:00-08:30

Registration

BAYSIDE TERRACE

08:30-08:40

Welcome: Millie Ingram, CEO of Wyanga Aboriginal Aged Care Program Inc.

204A

08:40-09:30

Opening Keynote: Bruce Bonyhady AM

204A

09:30-09.45

Participants move to sessions

BAYSIDE TERRACE

09.45-11.00

DONORS’ PERSPECTIVES ON ENGAGING THE PRIVATE SECTOR

Chair: Gerry Bloom

Presenters: 

Raman Sohal, Kate Mossman ,Performance Measurement in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Developing Credible and Feasible Measures to Evaluate Innovative Private Sector Programs

Ifelayo P Ojo, Building a safer health system in Kenya: Results from a national patient safety survey in private and public facilities

Yen Thi Kim Le, Demand side financing to increase access to sexual reproductive health and family planning services amongst youth, migrant workers and low income women in Vietnam

BAYSIDE 201

 

BUILDING INSTITUTIONS FOR INFLUENCING PRIVATE SECTOR PERFORMANCE

Chair: Kara Hanson

Presenters:

Han Win Htat, A Total Market Approach for Condoms in Myanmar: how the private, socially marketed, and public sectors can work together for a sustainable future for HIV prevention

Jane Doherty, Regulating the for-profit private sector: lessons from East and Southern Africa

Shakil Ahmed, Strengthening community-based maternal health care delivery systems in Thakurgoan district of Bangladesh: promising public-private partnerships

Oanh Tran Thi Mai, Performance of private providers towards primary health care services in rural areas of Vietnam and gaps for intervention

BAYSIDE 202


GOOD, BAD OR INDISTINGUISHABLE: QUALITY OF CARE IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR

Chair: Barun Kanjilal

Presenters:

Nilmini Wijemanne, The quality of inpatient care in Sri Lanka – how good is it and how does it differ between public and private sectors? 

Nilmini Wijemanne, The quality of outpatient care in public and private sectors in Sri Lanka – how well do patient perceptions match reality and what are the implications?

Camilo Cid Pedraza, Clinical outcomes in hospitals with public, private not-for-profit and private for-profit ownership in Chile 2001-2010

Karen Eggleston, Collaborative Governance in the Health Systems of China and the United States


BAYSIDE 203

 











11.00 -11.15

HEALTH MARKETS AND THE POOR: MOVING TOWARDS UNIVERSAL ACCESS?

Chair: Peter Annear

Presenters:

Zhang Yan, Indicate the Trends of Compensation Level of the National Health Insurance System by Means of Total Health Expenditure: A Case of China

Richard Iles, The importance of India’s private unqualified health care sector: Is there a role for private enterprise to manage the sector?

Muyi Aina, Harnessing the capacity of Private For Profit healthcare providers (PFPs) to deliver HIV/AIDS services

Edy Purwanto, The Impact of Askeskin on the Adult’s Health Status


COFFEE BREAK


204A

11:20-12:30

HEALTH MARKETS AND THE POOR: MOVING TOWARDS UNIVERSAL ACCESS?

Chair: David Bishai

Presenters:

Anuradha Katyal, Rajiv Aarogyasri Health Insurance Scheme - health financing for the unreached population for procedures deemed expensive

San San Aye, Role of private sector in Myanmar’s health care system: Implications for health sector reform

George Gotsadze, Purchasing Private Health Insurance for Poor in Georgia: Preliminary Results and Policy Implications

Emily Zimmerman, Using research on the value of health microinsurance to inform product design: the case of Banrural, Guatemala



204A

 

BUILDING INSTITUTIONS FOR INFLUENCING PRIVATE SECTOR PERFORMANCE

Chair: Abby Bloom

Presenters:

Lucy Kanya, Spending on quality: Use of voucher revenue at accredited facilities in Kenya

Sebastian Bauhoff, Paying for performance when health care production is multi-dimensional: the impact of Rwanda's National Program on Rewarded Services, multitasking and health outcomes

Chen Gao, Patient satisfaction for health care: does ownership matter?

Maureen Mackintosh, Measuring and describing the private sector in low and middle income countries’ health care: two analytical approaches and their policy implications.

BAYSIDE 202

 

GOOD, BAD OR INDISTINGUISHABLE: QUALITY OF CARE IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR

Chair: Gerry Bloom

Presenters:

Ilana Ron Levey, Estimating the Effects of Financial and Non-Financial Incentives on Private Sector Health Worker Motivation: a National Study in Malawi

Minki Chatterji, What is the impact of evidence-based medicine (EBM) on family planning providers’ knowledge, attitudes, and practice behaviors? A randomized experiment in Jordan

Minki Chatterji, Mobile Phone Messages to Increase Prescription of Zinc by Private Sector Chemical Sellers in Ghana – A Randomized Controlled Trial

Chengxiang Tang, Differences in Length of Stay and Medical Cost between Public and Private Hospitals in China

BAYSIDE 203

 

















EQUITY

Chair: Birger Forsberg

Presenters:

Suneeta Sharma, Scaling-up proven public private partnership models to achieve family planning equity goals in India

David Hotchkiss, Does an expansion of private sector provision of facility-based deliveries increase horizontal inequity in service use?: Evidence from Nepal and Bangladesh

Nirali Chakraborty, Measuring Equity- Without Tears: Aligning Equity Measures Across Organizations

Rubana Islam, Who Serves the Poor?



POSTER SESSIONS: These will run throughout the day

Minki Chatterji, Providing quality health services to the urban poor in Kenya: Results from evaluation of the LiveWell Private Clinics Model



204A

12:30-13:30

Lunch and poster presentations

BAYSIDE TERRACE

13.30-14.45

GOOD, BAD OR INDISTINGUISHABLE: QUALITY OF CARE IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR

Chair: Antonio Trujillo

Presenters:

Zachary Wagner, Private Sector Provision of Oral Rehydration for Child Diarrhea in Sub-Saharan Africa

Anna Y. De La Cruz, The Impact of Clinical Social Franchising on Health Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review

Raman Sohal, Kate Mossman, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health: Exploring and Evaluating Private Sector Innovations in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Douglas Johnson, Conducting Censuses of Private Health Facility: Lessons from Ten Countries

BAYSIDE 201

 

THE EVOLUTION OF THE GLOBAL HEALTH MARKETPLACE: IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH SYSTEMS

Chair: Sachi Ozawa 

Presenters:

Xiaohui Hou, Does Public Health Insurance Expansion Crowd-out Private Health Insurance in Urban China?

Krishna Hort, The role of the private sector in contributing to public health service goals: ideology or evidence?

Andreasta Meliala, The geographic distribution of specialist doctors in a mixed public-private system: regulatory challenges for Indonesia

Soumitra Ghosh, Understanding the impacts of publicly funded but privately organised voluntary health insurance on the poor: A case study of Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana in Maharahstra, India

BAYSIDE 202

 

PAYING FOR PRIVATE CARE: THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND HEALTH FINANCING

Chair: Mushtaque Chowdhury 

Presenters:

Eric Keuffel, Price Differentiation in Low and Middle Income Pharmaceutical Markets

Lipika Ahuja, Private Capital Investment in Primary Care - A Study of Three Equity Financed Primary Care Chains in India

Kameko Nichols, Review of innovative methods to finance capital investment in transportation and align PPP incentives to improve health care delivery in The Gambia

BAYSIDE 203


PAYING FOR PRIVATE CARE: THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND HEALTH FINANCING

Chair: Donika Dimovska

Kristian Schultz Hansen, Willingness-to-pay for a rapid malaria diagnostic test and artemisinin-based combination therapy from private drug shops in Mukono district, Uganda

Barun Kanjilal, Engaging researchers in decoding health market complexities in India: challenges and opportunities

Kara Hanson, Retail pricing of antimalarial drugs under the Affordable Medicines Facility – malaria: exploring the effect of an innovative approach to financing antimalarials in the private sector to improve equity and increase access

Ilana Ron Levey, Reducing the Cost of Private Sector ARVs in Namibia: A Means to Increase Access

204A

14:45-15:00

Coffee Break

BAYSIDE TERRACE

15:00-16:15

Keynote: Mushtaque Chowdhury


204A

16:15-17:00

Plenary Session: Gerry Bloom, Chair

204A

17:00-18:30

Cocktail Hour

BAYSIDE TERRACE
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