Tag Archives: Nepal

Building Health Care Systems In Post-Earthquake, Post-Constitution Nepal

Today, challenges abound in Nepal -- recovery from the worst natural disaster in 80 years, a border conflict with India, and entrenched poverty. But a new Constitution offers exciting avenues for creating accountable care systems that meet the Triple Aim of patient-centered care, population...

April 14, 2016

The Making Of Nepal’s Immunization Law

President Bidya Devi Bhandari of Nepal recently signed into law a long-awaited immunization bill, improving oversight of immunization services, setting tighter standards for vaccine testing and use, and perhaps most importantly, changing the way Nepal finances its immunization program.

March 7, 2016

The High Costs Of Nepal’s Fee-For-Service Approach To Health Care

Of all the problems facing the post-earthquake Nepal health care system, its greatest challenge remains the one that long pre-dates April 25: a system built around unregulated fee-for-service health care delivery.

July 20, 2015