Private Providers' Interest and Willingness to Pay for Quality Improvement in Peru

In Peru, SHOPS conducted a study to identify the types of recognition mechanisms private providers prefer. This poster highlights four main findings:

  • There is a strong interest amongst private providers in quality improvement
  • Many are willing to pay to participate in a quality improvement program with a recognition component
  • Almost 50 percent would prefer the that the recognition component of the program be access to training and professional development opportunities
  • A third expressed a preference for a QI program with a recognition component operated by a professional association

It was presented by Caroline Quijada during a poster session at the International Conference on Family Planning in November 2013.

A research report from this study is also available on the SHOPS website.

Author

Dawn Crosby, Bruno Benavides, and Erica James

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
November 2013
Resource Types
Other
Country
Peru
Technical Area
Provider Quality
Keywords
quality improvement
Current Downloads
15

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