Reported Results Initiative
The CHMI database currently profiles more than 1000 programs from 105 countries. While much rich descriptive information has been captured, an important informational gap remains – which programs are actually “working”, or achieving the kind of health and financial protection results that are important to national and global health policymakers, donors, investors, and other program implementers looking to emulate proven models.
To begin to answer this question, CHMI has launched an ongoing effort to collect and report results of innovative healthcare models based on available evidence. The ultimate goal of the system is to enable greater transparency and standardization of how programs’ performance is tracked and shared with the global health community.
What are Reported Results?
Reported results are measures of program performance across a number of key categories, including the following examples [Click here to review the full set of results categories and definitions.]:
- Quality: Showing your program reduced the percentage of incorrect medication dispensed
- Affordability: Giving evidence that your services are priced below market price
- Availability: Demonstrating that you’ve increased the number of services or products available to an underserved community
CHMI collects Reported Results through a standardized template. All results statements are self-reported. Where available, Reported Results generated by third-party evaluations are included. Statements may be edited for consistency and layout restrictions.
Reported results are already available for a number of CHMI profiled programs! Click on the program name to be taken to the program profile.
Why should I submit my program results?
- Be visible to the global health world. Results are prominently displayed on your profile and make your program stand out. Users can search specifically for programs with results.
- Gain distinction. Programs reporting results will be visible on CHMI’s homepage, which receives about 10,000 hits per month, featured on the CHMI Blog and highlighted at key global health events.
- Funders care about results. Donors and investors look to fund programs that measure and report their results. Your program is likely to get more attention from funders if your program profile includes Reported Results.
Learn more about what kinds of benefits programs reporting results may be eligible for.
How do I submit results?
Questions or comments? Contact Arjun Vasan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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