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    Harvard Malaysia Health Systems Research Study - Phase 1

    Project ID: HS-012 Status: Completed

    The Malaysia Health Systems Research (MHSR) Study is a collaboration involving the Government of Malaysia and Harvard University. The collaborative study includes senior faculty from Harvard, a Harvard Senior Advisory Team (Harvard Team) which includes Dr Rannan-Eliya from IHP, as well as senior officials and a team of researchers and analysts convened by the Ministry of Health.
    The Malaysian government aims to build on the strengths of the country's existing health system, and to develop a sustainable system that is equitable, efficient, effective, and responsive to citizens needs by strengthening financing, delivery, and governance mechanisms to adapt to the rapidly changing context. The MHSR project contributes to this aim with the objective of developing a clear and comprehensive strategic plan for Malaysia's health system transformation, including a technically sound reform design, a plan for reform implementation, and recommendations concerning the first year of implementation. As part of the project, IHP researchers are working with Malaysian counterparts to undertake a number of analytical studies to inform he overall project.

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     Project at a glance  Project team
    Start Date: Dec 2014
    End Date: Mar 2016
    Themes: Health financing
    Client: MOH Malaysia
    IHP Staff: Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, Prasadini Perera, Chamara Anuranga, Nilmini Wijemanne
     Location  Further information
    Region: Asia
    Country(s): Malaysia
    Partner(s): Harvard University
    More details: Malaysia Health Care Demand Analysis
    Related IHP research: Training in Hospital Costing for Malaysia NHA

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