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Improving Quality of Newborn and Child Health Services in Private Facilities: Lessons from Manyata Project in India - Shared screen with speaker view
Mohamed Ali Magan
17:36
Mohamed Ali Magan, health Technical Specialist, Save the Children Somalia Country Office
Ankur Sooden
17:52
Hi all. Ankur Sooden, Senior Advisor - Private Sector, USAID SAMVEG project, John Snow India
Marion Subah
18:02
good morning. this is Marion Subah, Country Director. Last Mile Health. Liberia Program
Robert Mrema
18:24
Robert Mrema, Technical Officer MNCH, WHO Uganda
Cornelia Ochola
18:25
Cornelia Ochola USAID KEA
Alivia Biswas
18:33
Hey Everyone... This is Alivia Biswas, Principal Consultant, Public Health practice, PwC India
Mary Okumu
18:44
Afternoon, Mary Okumu, Kenya
Alison Wittcoff
18:45
Alison Wittcoff, Child Health Technical Advisor, FHI 360
Nivedita Datta
18:52
Good Eveninig/ Morning/ afternoon everyone. I am Dr. Nivedita Datta, Manyata Crusader, FOGSI, from Jharkhand, India
Kezia K'Oduol
18:57
Hallo, Kezia K'Oduol: Living Goods
Katherine Semrau
19:06
Greetings all! Katherine Semrau, Director BetterBirth Program at Ariadne Labs & Harvard Medical School
Anaclet NGABONZIMA
19:33
Hello everyone! NGABONZIMA Anaclet, Child Health Lead/ Momentum Integrated Health Resilience
Seun Aladesanmi
19:45
Hello all. Seun Aladesanmi, Global Associate Program Director, Maternal and Newborn Health, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)
Alyssa Sharkey
19:55
Hello everyone, I'm Alyssa Sharkey, Princeton University
Buthayna Al-Khatib
20:04
Hi, Buthayna Al-Khatib, Health & Nutrition Specialist, UNICEF Jordan
Lorine Pelly
20:04
Hi all. Lorine Pelly, Institute for Global Public Health - University of Manitoba
Jeanne Rideout
20:05
Hello everyone, I'm Jeanne Rideout from USAID child health team.
Gertrude Namazzi
20:15
Hello, Dr. Gertrude Namazzi, MCHN Activity, Makerere University
Stephanie Gallagher
20:24
Stephanie Gallagher, Sr. technical adviser for private sector engagement for health, Palladium.
Mila Nepomnyashchiy
20:27
Hello all - Mila Nepomnyashchiy, Center for Innovation and Impact at USAID
Cara Endyke Doran
20:32
Hi Everyone, Cara Endyke Doran, Sr. Director, Health with Global Communities
Ali O. Ali (WCO/Tanzania)
20:39
Hello everyone, I am Ali Ali OMAR/WCO Tanzania
ABDULAZEEZ IMAM
20:55
Hi Everyone. I'm Dr Abdulazeez Imam, University of Oxford, UK
Gilbert Mateshi
21:35
Hi Everyone, I am Gilbert Mateshi from Results for Development (R4D) Tanzania
Coumbo BOLY
21:38
HI EVERYONE? I'M BOLY from international rescue committee from Burkina Faso
ENUNU Henry
21:50
Hello Everyone, ENUNU Henry from Kenya , Principal Nursing Officer/PhD HSM student, Kenya Methodist University
Mary Okumu
22:34
Can network on; https://www.linkedin.com/in/mary-okumu-com/
Nonde Chama
25:18
Nonde Chama, Community Health Specialist, UNICEF Zambia
Muriana Olotu
27:38
Dr Muriana OLOTU, MNH Advisor, Integrated Health Program
Sita Strother
31:39
Feel free to put your questions in the chat!
Shabina Ariff
32:43
hi Sita can we request for the presentation please
Ajay Gambhir
32:52
Dr Ajay Gambhir {MD paed & MD com med} IHI trained consultant -Neonatologist & paed @saroj delhi.represents pvt sec & prof bodies( NNF,IAP,IMA). ex member board QCI,NABH & Delhi med council ,represented prof bodies in Goi & int agencies ex consultant jsi, PATH ex president NNF & pioneer in NICU Qa/Qi.. copy righted accreditation level 1,2,3,4 for New born --AG
ANDREW LIKAKA
33:43
Dr Andrew Likaka, Director, Quality Management and Digital Health, Malawi
Sita Strother
35:40
The recording and presentation slides from this webinar will be shared via email with everyone who registered and will be available later this week on the website: https://www.childhealthtaskforce.org/events
Shabina Ariff
36:03
thanks Sita
Fida Mehran
37:24
Dr. Fida Mehran USAID Bangladesh:Question: How did you ensure USAID restrictions on Family Planning compliance, PLGHA etc where applicable? Or were they not relevant in this case?
Lisa Mandell
43:05
Lisa Mandell, International Lactation Consultant Association: WIth apologies, I joined late. Was evaluated breastfeeding a part of the standards?
Maimunat Alex-Adeomi
44:23
https://hmbs.org/
Pompy Sridhar
44:35
The program is funded by MSD for Mothers
Maimunat Alex-Adeomi
46:04
To help address gaps in newborn resuscitation skills, please see link with new Essential Newborn Care online training materials. https://hmbs.org/
Patience Cofie
46:41
How did you manage the frequent staff turn over? This has been a challenge in Ghana.
Kathleen Hill
47:54
Thank you for the excellent presentation. Very interesting. How was adherence with standards measured, please, and how often?
Lamine Bangoura
48:06
Please share the presentation with the participants.
Raz Stevenson
48:27
In the Harvard Hospitals, the anesthesia folks use simulation exercises (labs) to train their teams in addressing complicated care; has such an approach been used in your attempts to improve the quality of emergency obstetric care?
Franco Gabala
48:51
Hi every one, Gabala Franco, Women Health Channel Uganda, happy to be part of today's conversation
Lamine Bangoura
50:29
To improve the quality, we need good infrastructure and well trained health workers. What do you recommend to African countries where infrastructure is very poor?.
Shabina Ariff
50:52
what was the major challenge faced during this exercise
Evelyn Mhlope
51:22
Am also interested in how to sustain the improvements. My experience this side is the losing of interest over time, especially if the project moves to another area.
Ali O. Ali (WCO/Tanzania)
51:26
It has been generally noted in private hospitals vast majority of C/S could have been avoided (no absolute indication) if cases attended with public facility. What were the classic problems with low adherence to C/S found there?
Shabina Ariff
51:49
how much do you think support is required from the govt to ensure quality of care in the private sector
Peter Waiswa
56:36
In a recent Phd thesis for studies in lower level facilities (mainly private) in Western Uganda, it was found that in 80% of cases children with malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea were mismanaged. She described the care/performance as "pathetic". Providers were never supervised, lacked guidelines, etc. The private sector has a big role to play, but a lot needs to be done for this potential to be achieved. A former president of Uganda Medical Association proposed that all clinics be closed and then reopened only if they meet standards ie accredit from the beginning.
Ankur Sooden, SAMVEG project, JSI India
56:52
Regarding skilling of staff in private facilities, did Manyata program face these challenges: 1. underqualified staff employed 2. staff rotation with other clinical departments
Shabina Ariff
57:19
also attrition .how was it managed
Juan Carlos Alegre
57:28
Out of the 405 facilities that participated in the project, what proportion of facilities will be able to sustain the quality improvements for all 16 standards you used? What are the lessons you learned towards sustained adherence to standards by the private facilities?
Kezia K'Oduol
01:00:41
Kindly share how short and frequent are the training sessions
Bocar Ly
01:04:54
good day, I Am from Sénégal, I found the presentations very enlightening, I appreciate.I had 2 questions:1. is there fees to be paid by the private to enroll into the program?2. to understand the resistance of other private facilities to enroll, do you plan to run a situation analysis or a need assessment for them?
Ajay Gambhir
01:06:22
quality chasm exit in pvt as outcome shows in neonatal out come...sustainability & continuum of traing is laking.poorly paid -most staff leaves. where ever is team work system work- ajay gaMBHI
Anaclet NGABONZIMA
01:08:26
What was the role of senior level management team in this process?
Ajay Gambhir
01:09:58
Q- PL COMMENT ON increasing data of LSCS.most time reason is ? cord around neck !!-- dr ajay Gambhir
Abatye Hailemariam
01:12:24
accept my apology if I asked these questions again, in Ethiopia issues related to quality mainly affect the low- and middle-income society, as they usually visit clinics based on their ability to pay. so, how the project tries to balance efficiency, as well as equity? owners usually wanted to operta reduced cost?
Ajay Gambhir
01:12:40
I am in regulatory . complaint have found rates 70-99%..obstecian has to taught
Barnali Banerjee
01:13:43
please provide recording
Ajay Gambhir
01:14:01
basic neonatal resuscitation training equipment are missing
Buthayna Al-Khatib
01:14:25
Sorry I have to join another meeting, many thanks
Bocar Ly
01:14:55
is there a lifetime for the accreditation given. meaning that, once achieved is the accreditation to be renewed After some time of period?
Sita Strother
01:15:08
The recording and the presentation slides will be shared with all participants.
Jutile Loiseau
01:15:11
please share the slides
Ajay Gambhir
01:15:14
emergency tray & response is lacking . trays are in lock & key- gambhir
Mary Okumu
01:15:15
Thank you.
Nivedita Datta
01:15:25
accreditation is for 3 years
Alyssa Sharkey
01:15:32
Thank you very much. Very informative!
Ajay Gambhir
01:15:33
we give 2/3 year accreditation- Gambhir
Shabina Ariff
01:15:39
excellent wor
Abatye Hailemariam
01:15:39
Thank you