Predictions 2035: The Role of Performance-Based Financing in Future Supply Chains in Developing Countries




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Performance-based financing (PBF) can be defined as cash or non-monetary benefits given for measurable actions or achievement of a defined performance target.

Predictions 2035: The Role of Performance-Based Financing in Future Supply Chains in Developing Countries begins by summarising the context for global health in 2035 as predicted by the recent Lancet Commissions report, "Global health 2035: a world converging within a generation." It then explores the project’s own forecasts for the future of public health supply chains while identifying implications for performance-based financing schemes under the functions of financing, supply chain design, information systems, storage and distribution, human resources, governance, and accountability.

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