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General overview

Stage of development: Complete

Policy sector: Health

Date outcomes contract signed: Nov 2017

Start date of service provision: May 2018

Capital raised (minimum): USD 2.90m

Max potential outcome payment: USD 8m

Service users: 13k+ individuals


Two service providers, Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT) and Population Services International (PSI), are supporting private facilities to improve the quality of care provided to new mothers and newborns. The service providers will also support the private facilities to become certified by the joint quality standard (JQS).

Target population

Private facilities across Rajasthan, meeting the following criteria for facility inclusion
Scale: Less than 100 beds, minimum of 20 deliveries per month
Infrasturcture: 24/7 electricity; 24/7 water supply; operating theatre; labour room
Staff: full-time gynecologist; at least three full-time midwives
Engagement: interest in quality improvement; willingness to share data
Compliance: pollution control registration



  • India

Service delivery locations

  • Rajasthan, India

Involved organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • Improved quality of care provision. More than or equal to 30% of points met in all 10 chapters of NABH standards AND More than or equal to 40% of FOGSI standards are 100% met. Pre-post reporting and evaluation.
  • Reaching JQS level of care provision. More than or equal to 50% of points met in all 10 chapters of NABH standards AND More than or equal to 70% of FOGSI standards are 100% met. Pre-post reporting and evaluation.

SyROCCo reports

The following articles are taken from the Systematic Review of Outcomes Contracts Collaboration (SyROCCo) Machine Learning tool.

The tool is a collaboration between the Government Outcomes Lab and machine learning experts from the University of Warwick, that allows you to navigate and explore data extracted from nearly 2000 academic and grey literature publications related to outcomes-based contracting.

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