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Health Systems Coordinator, Ulaanbaatar

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Closing date: Thursday, 31 May 2018

Health Systems Coordinator - ( 1802017 )

Grade : P5

Contractual Arrangement : Fixed-term appointment

Contract duration : Two years

Job Posting : May 11, 2018, 11:40:19 AM

Closing Date : May 31, 2018, 11:59:00 PM

Primary Location : Mongolia-Ulaanbaatar

Organization : WP_MNG Mongolia

Schedule : Full-time

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Health Policy and Financing (HPF)

To assist countries to develop robust, coherent, and realistic health legislation, policies, strategies, and plans, with strong links between national and operational levels, and to monitor their implementation. To support Member States to progress towards universal health coverage through the development of a health financing system, including revenue collection, pooling and purchasing, so to assure access to needed services (promotive, preventive, curative, and rehabilitative) without financial hardship.

Integrated Service Delivery (ISD)

To support development of integrated people-centred service (ISD) for communities and referral for optimal use of resources by all programmes; to accelerate progress towards universal coverage of safe and quality health services including integration of traditional medicines and practices into the health system. To assist countries to develop and manage a competent health workforce that can deliver integrated people-centred service, through human resources for health (HRH) strategic planning, capacity-building for priority health interventions and strengthening of governance, appropriate regulation and education capacities.

Essential Medicines and Health Technologies (EMT)

To support Member States to develop and implement policies, regulatory and financing mechanisms that ensure equitable access to effective and safe medical products and technologies of assured quality and their rational use by prescribers and consumers.

Health Intelligence and Innovation (HII)

To enhance the capacity of Member States to analyse and use relevant health status and health systems performance data and research evidence in health sector management and decision-making processes. To strengthen capacity for health systems policy research to support universal health coverage (UHC), through the development of reliable information systems and technology and national health research systems. To support the application of sustainable information communication technologies solutions in health services delivery.

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