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The Institute for Health Policy is an independent research institution, and a regional centre of excellence for health policy research, working on its own, in partnerships and with sponsors, to improve health and social systems in Sri Lanka and the wider region, by supporting, encouraging and informing policy change, through quality research, analysis and training. >> More...

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         Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (AHPSR)

          Asia Network for Capacity Building in Health Systems Strengthening

         Asia-Pacific Health Economics Network (APHEN)

         Asia-Pacific NHA Network (APNHAN)

         Global Network for Health Equity (GNHE)

         EQUITAP

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NEWS

20 Jul 2017 - As a part of the key activities of the Country Diagnostic Study (CDS) on strengthening developing me ...

15 Jul 2017 - Dr. A.T.P.L. Abeykoon, Senior Fellow was one of the Editors of the publication on Ageing in South Ea ...

09 Dec 2016 - Dr. Reggie Perera delivered the keynote address at the Leadership Programme for Health System Manage ...

 

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LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Dec 2015 - Implementing pro-poor universal health coverage ...

Nov 2015 - Sri Lanka Health Accounts: National Health Expenditure 1990-2014 ...

 

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IHP signs MoU with MoH Sri Lanka

IHP, on 23 September 2015, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Health Sri Lanka. This MoU will promote technical partnership between the two agencies, while providing a framework for a more systematic partnership and ensuring more effective and transparent collaboration. It will cover only those activities agreed upon by the two parties and will be treated as a pilot project for one year. As per the specifications of the memorandum, IHP will report to the DGHS of its undertakings that may be of relevance to the partnership giving the MoH an opportunity to identify the activities that it might wish to participate. DGHS will also recommend IHP on research priority areas, which is expected to benefit both the ministry as well as the country. Further, it allows a provision for the MoH to appoint a nominee to the Board of Management of IHP.

childrenSri Lanka Health Accounts: National Health Expenditure 1990-2016

Regular tracking and reporting of health expenditure flows is vital to understand and monitor Sri Lanka's health system. The original Sri Lanka Health Accounts (SLHA) system and Sri Lanka National Health Accounts (SLNHA) framework were designed by IHP staff, led by Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, working under the direction of the Ministry of Health Management Development and Planning Unit and with the funding support of World Bank during 1998-1999. Sri Lanka Health Accounts (SLHA) estimates describe how much the country spends on healthcare, and how this is spent and by whom, applying international definitions. We have released our new publication Sri Lanka Health Accounts: National Health Expenditure 1990-2016. Electronic version of this publication and other expenditure tables and figures are accessible at ihp.lk/slha.

The Challenge of Universal Health Coverage: Asia Regional Flagship course on Health System Strengthening and Sustainable Financing.

The 2018 Asia Regional Flagship course on Universal Health Care was held in Sri Lanka from the 6th - 10th of March. 61 participants from 12 counties with varying multidisciplinary backgrounds attended the training. The combination of experiences helped explore in-depth, areas such as financial protection, affordability, equity, quality of service and efficiency, health systems, private or non-profit or public sectors, organization, politics etc. IHP, through the provision of logistical support and course delivery, partnered in the conduct of the course which was organized by the Asia Network for Capacity Building in Health Systems Strengthening (ANHSS).

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