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Health economics, health financing and payment, results-based financing, social protection


Sebastian Bauhoff is a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development, where he focuses on health policies and programs that are scalable, sustainable, and improve the performance of health systems in low and middle-income settings. His current work investigates innovations in health care financing and service delivery that have the potential to improve access, efficiency and quality of care. Bauhoff’s prior work includes quantitative evaluations of provider and insurance payment systems, such as performance-based financing, and demand-side interventions to improve access and risk-protection of poor households. He holds a PhD in Health Policy/Economics and a MPA in International Development from Harvard University.

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