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Your input needed: list of health systems governance terms

The list below is a draft list of the health systems governance terms that will be present in the first iteration of the Glossary.

All members of the Collaborative are invited to share their thoughts on which terms are missing, or which should be excluded from this first iteration.

A. Access, Accountability, Actionable governance, Adaptation, Advocacy, Agencification, Allocation, Anti-corruption, Auditing, Authority, Autonomy, Access, Access to information laws

B. Black box, Bottleneck, Bottom-up approach to governance

C. Capacity, Capture, Centralization, Civil society, Clientelism, Clinical governance, Collaboration, Collective action, Collective intelligence, Collusion, Commitment, Communication, Community, Community Engagement/Participation, Complex adaptive system, Conflict of interest, Conflict resolution, Consensus building, Consensus orientation, Consistency, Consistuancies, Contracting-out, Control, Cooperation, Cooptation, Coordination, Corporate governance, Corruption, Culture

D. Decentralization, Decision-making, Deconcentration, Delegated governance, Devolution, Democratic governance, Dispute, Donor, Donor-recipient construct, Development

E. Economic governance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Empowerment, Engagement, Equality, Equity, Equity of agency, Ethics, Exclusion, Executive branch

F. Financial & social protection, Flexibility, Foresight, Frameworks

G. Gender, Gender equity, Global health governance, Global, Global goods, Global public goods, Governance, Governance board, Governance for health, Governance mode, Governability, Government, Guidance

H. Hardware, Health as a human right, Health in all policies, Health outcome, Health public policy, Health promotion, Health system, Health systems governance, Health equity, Health worker, Human Right

I. Implementation, Incentive, Inclusion, Influence, Informal connection, Innovation Capacity, Institution, Institutional analysis, Institutional strengthening, Integrity, Interactive governance, Interconnection, Interdependence, Inter-sectoral action, Involvement

J. Jurisprudence, Judiciary system, Judiciary branch, Just governance

K. Knowledge management

L. Leadership, Legitimacy, Libertarian paternalism, Legislative system, Legislative branch, Litigation

M. Macroeconomics, Management, Mandate, Market, Microeconomics, Multi-stakeholder deliberation, Multi-level governance, Meta-governance

N. Non-discrimination, Normative, Nudge Policy

O. Ownership, Organizational structure, Ombudsman, Open government, Open data

P. Participation, Partnership, Patrimonialism, Penalty, Performance, Plan, Public health, Public good, Public asset, Public interest, Policy-making, Polycentric governance, Power, Priority-setting, Privatization, Procedural justice, Property rights, Politics of public policy, Participatory, Participatory governance, Participatory budgeting, Parastatal institutions, Perverse incentives, Process, Protocol, Public accountability, Public/private partnership

Q. Quality

R. Recentralization, Reform, Regulations, Representation, Resilience, Resistance, Responsiveness, Right to health, Risk management, Rule of Law

S. Scenario building, Service delivery, Shared governance, Shared value, Social contract, Social integration, Social determinants of health, Social justice, Social protection, Soft power, Software, Smart governance, Stakeholder, Standards, State-building, Steering, Stewardship, Strategic vision, Strategic/public interest litigation, Strengthening, Supervision, Sustainability, System design, Supreme audit institution, Semi-autonomous institutions, Social Justice, Social movements

T. Top-down approach to governance, Tracking, Transparency, Trust

U. Understanding, Universal health coverage, Universal, Unvoiced needs

V. Voice, Vested interest

W. Well-being, Whole-of-government approach, Whole-of-society approach


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