Publish Date: February 2015
Author: Dyness Kasungami, Savitha Subramanian
This case study aims to document the application of Standards-Based Management and Recognition (SBM-R) as a quality improvement approach to the case management of childhood illness in Zimbabwe through USAID’s predecessor flagship Maternal and Child Health Program. The lessons learned about the implementation process, success factors, and challenges will illumine the adoption of SBM-R to improve the quality of case management of childhood illness, where applicable, in MCSP supported countries.
Case Study: Improving Quality of Care and Outcomes for Child Health Using the Standards-Based Management and Recognition Approach in Zimbabwe (191 downloads)