SPARC’S THEORY OF CHANGE

SPARC’s theory of change asserts that if policymakers are aware of the power of strategic health purchasing (SHP) and have access to evidence on what works, why, when and how to improve SHP, they will invest in building more effective SHP capacity and functions that are able to better allocate resources to achieve improved equity in the access to quality healthcare, using the right incentives throughout the system.

This theory recognizes that the achievement of these outcomes can be enhanced or mitigated by external factors and identifies the availability of evidence-based knowledge resources and the awareness of policymakers on the availability of such resources as the entry point to SPARC’s approach.

SPARC’S THEORY OF CHANGE

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