International Organisation hiring Senior Health Sector Reform Specialist
Mongolia, 17 March 2016
International Organisation is a leading company in consultancy and technical assistance for sustainable economic and social development. Using tested and approved products, methodologies and tools, it provides quality services with tangible results. International Organisation's priority is to ensure that the beneficiaries accept and adopt these results, through flexible, practical and adapted solutions, and to create a dynamic of participative, lasting change in a multitude of sectors and countries throughout the world. This dynamic aims to develop expertise and lead to the better allocation and management of available resources.
Strengthening Hospital Autonomy
The project will start in June 2016 for a period of 24 months. The Specialist will work a total of 10 months over this period.
The specialist will provide the technical lead and will conduct extensive technical and/or consultative discussions and consensus meetings with various counterparts to reach the best possible decisions that cover all potential concerns. The team leader will report to the Ministry of Health and Sports (MOHS), the PIU, and ADB. In close coordination with MOHS and ADB, the consultant will:
review international literature and analyze best international practices in hospital autonomy applicable to a Mongolian context;
conduct an extensive desk review of legal, policy, regulatory, organizational, and management-related documents governing the operations of public hospitals in Mongolia;
develop and recommend a conceptual framework of the hospital autonomy (ownership, including public-private partnership models, governance, and executing and operational management functions with special emphasis on strategy development, social responsibility, financing, human resources management, and procurement);
assist in the development of a strategic plan for the implementation of hospital autonomy;
assist MOHS in organizing consultative and/or consensus meetings with various counterparts to reach the best possible decisions that cover all potential concerns about hospital autonomy implementation;
prepare policy and regulation recommendations to address existing gaps in the implementation of the framework;
provide ongoing policy and technical advice to MOHS and the selected hospitals during implementation;
monitor and evaluate the implementation of hospital operations and performance based on the developed monitoring and evaluation framework.
Submission Deadline: 28 March 2015
View the ECN Subcontracting Notice (This notice is visible only to ECN Executive and Expert Members: Please login to view).