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Spotlight on Quality

#QualityCareforAll means safe, effective, timely, respectful, coordinated and equitable care for every person, every time.

But this ambitious goal is easier said than done. Quality improvement approaches must be people-centered – responsive to individual and population health needs while aligned with country priorities, structures and assets. To achieve quality care, country health systems must embrace high-quality care as a core mission and align improvement efforts across all levels of the health system: national, subnational and service delivery.

MSCP is helping countries to improve reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health care by working across health system levels to develop and implement national quality policy and strategies. We’re also building the capacity of subnational managers to lead and support local improvement work. This includes tracking prioritized quality measures across sites, strengthening use of data, improving provider clinical and quality improvement skills, and increasing  community engagement.

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Voices from the Field

Newly Trained Volunteer Saves Burmese Child’s Life with Speedy Diagnosis & Referral

If You Build It, They Will Come: Strengthening Liberia’s Health Infrastructure

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Listen to experts discuss the importance of “quality care for all.”
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Allan Gichigi/ MCSP
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John Tarawally/MCSP
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