Roxanne J. Kovacs
Roxanne J. Kovacs
Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg
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How are pay-for-performance schemes in healthcare designed in low-and middle-income countries? Typology and systematic literature review
RJ Kovacs, T Powell-Jackson, SR Kristensen, N Singh, J Borghi
BMC Health Services Research 20, 1-14, 2020
A realist review to assess for whom, under what conditions and how pay for performance programmes work in low-and middle-income countries
NS Singh, RJ Kovacs, R Cassidy, SR Kristensen, J Borghi, GW Brown
Social Science & Medicine 270, 113624, 2021
Socioeconomic inequalities in the quality of primary care under Brazil's national pay-for-performance programme: a longitudinal study of family health teams
R Kovacs, JOM Barreto, EN da Silva, J Borghi, SR Kristensen, DRT Costa, ...
The Lancet Global Health 9 (3), e331-e339, 2021
The macro-level drivers of intimate partner violence: New evidence from a multilevel dataset
RJ Kovacs
Global public health 13 (7), 944-956, 2018
Measuring patient trust: comparing measures from a survey and an economic experiment
RJ Kovacs, M Lagarde, J Cairns
Health economics 28 (5), 641-652, 2019
Using unannounced standardised patients to obtain data on quality of care in low-income and middle-income countries: key challenges and opportunities
V Wiseman, M Lagarde, R Kovacs, LPL Wulandari, T Powell-Jackson, ...
BMJ global health 4 (5), e001908, 2019
Overconfident health workers provide lower quality healthcare
RJ Kovacs, M Lagarde, J Cairns
Journal of Economic Psychology 76, 102213, 2020
Pay for performance in primary care: the contribution of the Programme for Improving Access and Quality of Primary Care (PMAQ) on avoidable hospitalisations in Brazil, 2009–2018
LX Russo, T Powell-Jackson, JOM Barreto, J Borghi, R Kovacs, ...
BMJ global health 6 (7), e005429, 2021
Compulsory face mask policies do not affect community mobility in Germany
R Kovacs, M Dunaiski, T J, 2020
Does high workload reduce the quality of healthcare? Evidence from rural Senegal
R Kovacs, M Lagarde
Journal of health economics 82, 102600, 2022
Pay for performance: a reflection on how a global perspective could enhance policy and research
L Anselmi, J Borghi, GW Brown, E Fichera, K Hanson, A Kadungure, ...
International Journal of Health Policy and Management 9 (9), 365, 2020
Can patients improve the quality of care they receive? Experimental evidence from Senegal
RJ Kovacs, M Lagarde, J Cairns
World Development 150, 105740, 2022
Can results-based financing improve health outcomes in resource poor settings? Evidence from Zimbabwe
E Fichera, L Anselmi, G Gwati, G Brown, R Kovacs, J Borghi
Social Science & Medicine 279, 113959, 2021
Performance bonuses and the quality of primary health care delivered by family health teams in Brazil: A difference-in-differences analysis
N Fardousi, E Nunes da Silva, R Kovacs, J Borghi, JOM Barreto, ...
PLoS Medicine 19 (7), e1004033, 2022
Pay-for-performance for primary health care in Brazil: A comparison with England's Quality Outcomes Framework and lessons for the future
GDG Junior, SR Kristensen, EN da Silva, LB Gomes, JOM Barreto, ...
Health policy 128, 62-68, 2023
Pay for performance at a crossroads: lessons from taking a global perspective
SR Kristensen, L Anselmi, GW Brown, E Fichera, R Kovacs, R Loewenson, ...
International Journal of Public Sector Management 36 (6/7), 592-605, 2023
The effect of compulsory face mask policies on community mobility in Germany*
R Kovacs, M Dunaiski, J Tukiainen
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 125 (4), 1027-1055, 2023
Does pay-for-performance design matter? Evidence from Brazil
LX Russo, T Powell-Jackson, J Borghi, J Sampaio, GD Gurgel Junior, ...
Health Policy and Planning, czae025, 2024
Public Vs. Private: the Quality of Ante-natal Care in Resource-poor Settings
R Kovacs
Available at SSRN 4630701, 2023
A comparative study of payment for performance design, health system effects and outcomes in Mozambique and Zimbabwe
J Borghi, A Kadungure, P Nhassengo, R Loewenson, L Anselmi, ...
International Journal of Public Sector Management, 2023
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