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Do you believe that everyone deserves access to affordable, quality healthcare? Are you driven by creativity, bold ideas, and disruptive innovation? Are you inspired by exceptionally talented, diverse, impact-oriented colleagues? Do you thrive in a dynamic, high-growth, fast-paced environment? Then consider a job with ThinkWell.
ThinkWell is a growing, flexible health systems organization, with both global influence and local grounding. Our focus is on driving transformation in the global health space by always questioning and disrupting conventional wisdom about what works or what can or cannot be done. We believe in pragmatisms over ideology and develop solutions tailored to a client’s context and political realities without replicating global models and all-purpose solutions. We know that to drive change, we must focus on how the world could be, rather than making excuses for the status quo.
Strategic Purchasing for Primary Health Care (SP4PHC) is a five-year program supported by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that supports countries to improve how funds are allocated to healthcare providers in order to achieve the goal of universal health coverage. ThinkWell is working with purchasers and policy makers in five countries (Indonesia, Philippines, Kenya, Burkina Faso, and Uganda) to design and test policy options to more effectively purchase primary health care (PHC) services, with a focus on family planning (FP) and maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH).
SP4PHC Indonesia is partnering with the Government of Indonesia (GOI) on several strategies, including working with Indonesia’s national health insurance scheme (JKN) to improve how it purchases health services, especially MNCH and FP services, strengthening how district health offices purchase services from PHC providers, as well as aligning purchasing in the time of COVID-19. Our staff is conducting a range of activities to support these strategies, including quantitative and qualitative analyses to better understand how the health system is functioning and its impact, as well as leading policy discussions with key stakeholders to influence purchasing reforms.