Burkina Faso - Health Results-Based Financing Impact Evaluation 2013, Health Facility Baseline Survey

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The baseline survey on impact evaluation for Health Performance-Based Financing (PBF) in Burkina Faso was conducted in six regions of Burkina Faso from October 2013 to March 2014. The main objective of the impact evaluation is to assess the impact of the PBF intervention on quality of care and health care utilization for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health services, while the baseline survey provides the empirical foundation for the assessment of impacts on a large variety of indicators. The endline wave of the impact evaluation is planned from March - June 2017. The impact evaluation innovates by assessing the combination of PBF, community-based targeting of poor and subsidization of health services provided to the poor/vulnerable peoples and community-based health insurance. PBF is implemented at the district level (combining primary and secondary health) - with control districts in the same regions and the demand-side interventions are randomized at the health facility level. The study adopts a blended experimental and quasi-experimental design, including both randomization of additional interventions at the facility-level with PBF districts (experimental) to test the effects of these interventions on outcomes of interest, conditional on PBF, and matching of facilities in neighboring pure control districts (quasi-experimental), to test the effects of these interventions, including PBF, in the absence of any intervention (counterfactual). Data collection for the baseline survey included a household survey and a facility-based survey. The health facilties survey is documented here.

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Microdata
Acronym: 
HRBFIE-FBL 2013
Languages Supported: 
English
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Geographical Coverage: 
Burkina Faso
Release Date: 
January 13, 2017

Last Updated

Last Updated: 
January 13, 2017

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Harvest System ID: 
Microdata

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Harvest Source ID: 
9181
Version Description: 
v01, edited anonymous datasets
Funding Name, Abbreviation, Role: 
Health Results Innovation Trust Fund
Unit of Analysis: 
Health facility
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
Paul Jacob Robyn - The World Bank; Aurelia Souares - University of Heidelberg; Herve Hien - Centre Muraz
Sampling Procedure: 
All health facilities in the targeted districts were included in the study. For 4 of the 6 regions, the primary health facilities were divided into 3 intervention arms within the intervention districts. For the following health districts: Batié, Diébougou, Ouargaye, Tenkodogo, Kaya, Kongoussi, Gourcy et Ouahigouya, the different health facilities were equally divided into the 3 intervention groups: T1, T2 and T3. In the Boucle du Mouhoun region (Nouna and Solenzo districts), health facilities were divided into 2 groups: T1 and T4. For the 6th region, all health facilities were in T1, the targeting was not implemented. In this region, no randomization occurred. The randomization happened during public ceremonies in each region. All health personal from the regional level (Direction Régionale de la Santé (DRS), District level (Equipe Cadre de District, (ECD)) and local level (health facilities and district hospital) were invited to participate. Description of the intervention groups: T1: PBF T2: PBF + systematic targeting and subsidization for the poor T3: PBF + systematic targeting and subsidization for the poor + providers motivation for poor consultations T4: PBF + CBHI + systematic targeting and subsidization for the poor Detailed information about randomization is available in the attached report.
Response Rates: 
100%
Questionnaires: 
The survey instruments are based on HRITF Impact Evaluation Toolkit templates. The facility-based survey comprised different tools for data collection with different data sources and respondents. The following questionnaires/forms were implemented: - Facility assessment module (Questionnaire F1) - Health worker interview module (Questionnaire F2) - Community health worker interview module (Questionnaire F8) - Observations of patient-provider interaction module (Questionnaires F3 and F5) - Patient exit interviews (Questionnaires F4, F6 and F7)
Access Authority Name, Affiliation, Email: 

Paul Jacob Robyn, The World Bank, [email protected]

Time Periods: 
August, 2017

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Use of the dataset must be acknowledged using a citation which would include: - the Identification of the Primary Investigator - the title of the survey (including country, acronym and year of implementation) - the survey reference number - the source and date of download Example, Paul Jacob Robyn, The World Bank; Aurelia Souares, University of Heidelberg; Herve Hien, Centre Muraz. Burkina Faso Health Results-Based Financing Impact Evaluation 2013, Health Facility Baseline Survey (HRBFIE-FBL). Ref. BFA_2013_HRBFIE-FBL_v01_M. Dataset downloaded from [URL] on [date].

The baseline survey on impact evaluation for Health Performance-Based Financing (PBF) in Burkina Faso was conducted in six regions of Burkina Faso from October 2013 to March 2014. The main objective of the impact evaluation is to assess the impact of the PBF intervention on quality of care and health care utilization for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health services, while the baseline survey provides the empirical foundation for the assessment of impacts on a large variety of indicators. The endline wave of the impact evaluation is planned from March - June 2017. The impact evaluation innovates by assessing the combination of PBF, community-based targeting of poor and subsidization of health services provided to the poor/vulnerable peoples and community-based health insurance. PBF is implemented at the district level (combining primary and secondary health) - with control districts in the same regions and the demand-side interventions are randomized at the health facility level. The study adopts a blended experimental and quasi-experimental design, including both randomization of additional interventions at the facility-level with PBF districts (experimental) to test the effects of these interventions on outcomes of interest, conditional on PBF, and matching of facilities in neighboring pure control districts (quasi-experimental), to test the effects of these interventions, including PBF, in the absence of any intervention (counterfactual). Data collection for the baseline survey included a household survey and a facility-based survey. The health facilties survey is documented here.

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Acronym: 
HRBFIE-FBL 2013
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Access Authority Name, Affiliation, Email: 
Paul Jacob Robyn, The World Bank, [email protected]
Response Rates: 
100%
Time Periods: 
August, 2017
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
Paul Jacob Robyn - The World Bank; Aurelia Souares - University of Heidelberg; Herve Hien - Centre Muraz
Terms of Use: 
Version Description: 
v01, edited anonymous datasets
Subtitle: 
Health Facility Baseline Survey
Unit of Analysis: 
Health facility
Geographical Coverage: 
Data Classification of a Dataset: 
Sampling Procedure: 
All health facilities in the targeted districts were included in the study. For 4 of the 6 regions, the primary health facilities were divided into 3 intervention arms within the intervention districts. For the following health districts: Batié, Diébougou, Ouargaye, Tenkodogo, Kaya, Kongoussi, Gourcy et Ouahigouya, the different health facilities were equally divided into the 3 intervention groups: T1, T2 and T3. In the Boucle du Mouhoun region (Nouna and Solenzo districts), health facilities were divided into 2 groups: T1 and T4. For the 6th region, all health facilities were in T1, the targeting was not implemented. In this region, no randomization occurred. The randomization happened during public ceremonies in each region. All health personal from the regional level (Direction Régionale de la Santé (DRS), District level (Equipe Cadre de District, (ECD)) and local level (health facilities and district hospital) were invited to participate. Description of the intervention groups: T1: PBF T2: PBF + systematic targeting and subsidization for the poor T3: PBF + systematic targeting and subsidization for the poor + providers motivation for poor consultations T4: PBF + CBHI + systematic targeting and subsidization for the poor Detailed information about randomization is available in the attached report.
Release Date: 
Friday, January 13, 2017
Last Updated Date: 
Friday, January 13, 2017
Questionnaires: 
The survey instruments are based on HRITF Impact Evaluation Toolkit templates. The facility-based survey comprised different tools for data collection with different data sources and respondents. The following questionnaires/forms were implemented: - Facility assessment module (Questionnaire F1) - Health worker interview module (Questionnaire F2) - Community health worker interview module (Questionnaire F8) - Observations of patient-provider interaction module (Questionnaires F3 and F5) - Patient exit interviews (Questionnaires F4, F6 and F7)
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Harvest System ID: 
9181
Citation Text: 
Use of the dataset must be acknowledged using a citation which would include: - the Identification of the Primary Investigator - the title of the survey (including country, acronym and year of implementation) - the survey reference number - the source and date of download Example, Paul Jacob Robyn, The World Bank; Aurelia Souares, University of Heidelberg; Herve Hien, Centre Muraz. Burkina Faso Health Results-Based Financing Impact Evaluation 2013, Health Facility Baseline Survey (HRBFIE-FBL). Ref. BFA_2013_HRBFIE-FBL_v01_M. Dataset downloaded from [URL] on [date].
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Mode of Data Collection: 

Face-to-face

Funding Name, Abbreviation, Role: 

Health Results Innovation Trust Fund

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