Effective supervision approaches and practices help compensate for shortfalls in human resources for health (HRH) training, management, and efforts to improve the quality of health services. USAID’s HRH2030 program conducted a landscape analysis report that classifies and summarizes impactful enhancements for health workforce supervision and the direct effects on maternal, newborn, and child health; HIV; family planning and reproductive health; and/or other service delivery outputs, or health outcomes.
- Landscape Analysis Findings Report: Supervisory interventions that improve provider performance are estimated to have the highest potential impact of all health systems interventions, but they are often limited in terms of integration, scalability, and sustainability within the health system. This report is structured by a conceptual framework and taxonomy to classify the inputs, processes, and results for 45 documented supervision approaches and two case studies.
- Landscape Analysis Highlights: This briefer provides a high-level overview of the landscape analysis that defines and documents supervision enhancements that improve health workforce and health system performance.