As we saw in the previous module,
decentralization policies and increased public demand for accountability
in public institutions have increased pressure for wider participation
in policy and planning. Enhancing policy accountability and partnerships
raises new questions for health systems.
How inclusive are the structures
and processes for policy accountability?
How transparent are the
procedures by which they operate?
What are the entitlements
and norms that inform dialogue between different interest groups
on policy matters?
How are competing claims