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Novel Measurement for Performance Improvement Challenge

How might we use unconventional methods to measure the improvement of primary health care performance in low- and middle-income countries?

Submissions are Closed

Judges

Dr. Angela Chaudhauri

Partner, Swasti Health Catalyst

Justine Davies

Professor, University of Birmingham

Martin Karanja

Director, GSMA Innovation Fund

Susan Lucas Collins

Global Head of Healthcare Services, Twilio

Bramuel Mwalo

Founder and CEO, Xetova

Kenya

Dr. Belinda Nimako

Senior Country Engagement & Technical Officer, Primary Health Care Performance Initiative

Dr. Kizito Nsarhaza

Strategic Adviser to the Regional Director/Change Management - Transformation Agenda Implementation, World Health Organization - Africa Region

Daniel Otzoy

Digital Health Technical Advisor, John Snow, Inc.

Julie Rosenberg

Associate Director, Deputy Director, Ariadne Labs, The Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard

Scott Russpatrick

DHIS2 Analytics Product Manager, University of Oslo

Dr. Gloria Seruwagi

Director, Centre for Health and Social Economic Improvement (CHASE-i), Makerere University

Brian Taliesin

Global Director, Living Labs, PATH

Judging Criteria

The judging panel is comprised of cross-sector and proximate leaders from around the world. Judges assess the most promising solutions to the Challenge through several rounds of evaluation. 



Judging Criteria

Judges evaluate submitted solutions using the following criteria. Judges assign a numerical score for each criterion from which an average score for each solution is calculated. Each criterion has equal weight. After solutions have been evaluated, a ranked-list of solutions is then created for further consideration by the Judges. Judges deliberate twice: once to select finalists and again to select winners.

  • Alignment: The solution uses technology to address the Challenge.

  • Potential for Impact: The planned solution implementation has the potential to impact the intended population.

  • Feasibility: The team has a realistic, practical plan for implementing the solution, and it is feasible in the given context.

  • Innovative Approach: The solution includes a new technology, a new application of technology, a new business model, or a new process for solving the Challenge.

  • Inclusive Human-Centered Design: The solution is designed with and for underserved communities, and the solution team demonstrates proximity to the community and embodies and addresses diversity, equity, and inclusion through their solution.

  • Scalability: The solution has a plan for financial viability and the potential to be scaled to affect the lives of more people.

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