Health system reform is a prerequisite to achieving sustained and better health outcomes. m4h’s focus of work mirrors the Health Systems Strengthening functions. Find out more about our comparative advantage in HSS work.
Even where health systems are well developed and resourced, quality remains a serious concern with wide variation in standards. m4h’s work centres on improving access to effective and high-quality health services.
Inadequacies in health system infrastructure limit access to health care. m4h provides the full range of planning and modelling services needed for successful, resource-efficient Health Infrastructure Development.
Health Information Systems are central to achieving better health outcomes. A strong health information system supports greater transparency and accountability by increasing access to quality information.
management4health is a partnership of health sector professionals and was founded in 2012.
We are specialized in the design, the implementation and the monitoring & evaluation of international health projects and programmes.
Our organisational set up consists of a strong core project management structure and the partnership of specialists providing knowledge and expertise to the projects we are implementing.
Our partners are either themselves directly involved as experts in the field or provide technical and managerial backstopping to the teams on the ground.
Our focus of work is on health facilities and infrastructure development, health services management (quality management in health care), health care policy and financing, as well e-health and operational research in health.
Take a look at our work
Feasibility Study for a new Investment program in LiberiaHealth Facilities
Support to the Health System in Sud Kivu Province – DRCHealth Systems
Final Evaluation of the North Santiago Region Health Programme in Cape VerdeHealth Information
Management of the Libyan European Hospital ProjectHealth Facilities
Final Evaluation of Health Programme in NicaraguaHealth Information
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