This project will develop health service quality metrics appropriate for rural clinics in Northwestern China and a system for rural doctors to assess their own performance and service quality.
This project will develop a set of quality indicators with risk-adjustment and a monitoring network for inpatient care quality among provincial tertiary hospitals.
This controlled trial will test whether having clinical pharmacists take the lead in medication management affects health outcomes and cost-effectiveness.
This project will apply advanced econometric and GIS technologies to measure spatial access to maternal and child healthcare in Sichuan and provide layout planning for resource allocation.
This project’s aims to fill in China’s gap in analyzing and interpreting its equity profiles and help strengthen its capacity in monitoring maternal, neonatal, and child healthcare progress.
This study proposes to develop an integrated approach to improve measurement of spatial accessibility, in order to optimize resource allocation for primary health care in large areas.
This project will investigate migrants’ utilization of basic public health services, based on a 10-year government monitoring database and results of a qualitative survey.
This project will design, implement, and test the effects of an intervention delivered through WeChat for blood pressure management and CVD secondary prevention.
Two randomized controlled trials will focus on interventions for depressive HIV-positive participants.