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PHCPI Launches New Digital Report: “If Health Systems Could Talk: Illuminating the Vital Signs of Strong Primary Health Care”

New digital report shares insights from the process of creating the first 23 Vital Signs Profiles – PHCPI’s signature measurement tool – and set the scene for the next chapter of PHCPI’s work.

Boost and the Effort to Support Vaccinators Around the World

The push to vaccinate the world against COVID-19 is just the latest wrinkle in the global effort to bring the pandemic to an end. Since 2013, the initiative now known as Boost (formerly called the International Association of Immunization Managers) run by the Sabin Vaccine Institute, has been working to empower immunization professionals in their careers and their… Continue reading Boost and the Effort to Support Vaccinators Around the World

CASE STUDY: Lessons from Ghana

Study that measured person-centeredness in Ghana’s health system underscores the importance of experiential quality in determining patient satisfaction and outcomes.

CASE STUDY: The PHC China Health Study

In 2014 Ariadne Labs was tasked with analyzing high-performing primary health care systems around the world to develop recommendations for strengthening primary health care delivery in China. The results were distilled into the Eight Tenets of Primary Health Care Improvement, which have been used to inform widespread health care reform in provinces across China.

CASE STUDY: COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation

The launch of a vaccine allocation tool, based on U.S. Census, and other data, helped with scenario planning so that decision makers could understand how much vaccine to send where and to which populations.

CASE STUDY: The Parabola Project

In 2020, Ariadne Labs and The Learning Accelerator launched the Parabola Project to provide education leaders with actionable guidance, tools, and strategies to understand and minimize health risks while maximizing learning and wellness during COVID-19.