SHOPS m4QI Uganda Pilot Report

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Unformatted text preview: (November 2011) This publication was produced for review by the United States Agency for International Development. It was prepared by Pamela Riley and James BonTempo for the Strengthening Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (SHOPS) project. Mobiles for Quality Improvement Pilot in Uganda ii Recommended Citation: Riley, Pamela and James BonTempo. November 2011. Mobiles for Quality Improvement Pilot in Uganda . Bethesda, MD: Strengthening Health Outcomes through the Private Sector Project, Abt Associates Inc. Download: Download copies of SHOPS publications at: www.shopsproject.org Cooperative Agreement: GPO-A-00-09-00007 Submitted to : Marguerite Farrell, AOTR Jasmine Baleva, Deputy AOTR Bureau of Global Health Global Health/Population and Reproductive Health/Service Delivery Improvement Center for Population, Health and Nutrition Bureau for Global Programs, Field Support and Research United States Agency for International Development Abt Associates Inc. 4550 Montgomery Avenue, Suite 800 North Bethesda, MD 20814 Tel: 301.347.5000 Fax: 301.913.9061 www.abtassociates.com In collaboration with: Banyan Global Jhpiego Marie Stopes International Monitor Group OHanlon Health Consulting iii DISCLAIMER The authors views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) or the United States Government. MOBILES FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PILOT IN UGANDA iv CONTENTS Acronyms ......................................................................................vii Acknowledgments ........................................................................ ix Executive Summary ...................................................................... 1 1. B ackground ........................................................................ 7 1.1 The SHOPS Project ..................................................................... 7 1.2 A ddressing the needs of the health workforce ............................. 7 1.3 P ilot inception .............................................................................. 8 1.4 T heoretical support for behavior change ...................................... 9 1.5 Conceptual framework ............................................................... 10 2. M ethodology .................................................................... 12 2.1 F ormative research ..................................................................... 12 2.2 P roject management ................................................................... 13 2.3 C hoice of indicators ................................................................... 13 2.4 C ontent development .................................................................. 14 2.5 S oftware development ................................................................ 15 2.6 S ample size and pilot site selection ............................................ 16 2.7 Testing ....................................................................................... 17Testing ....
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