Description of important components of strong primary health care, building on existing frameworks for health systems performance.
Grounded in the Conceptual Framework, PHCPI's Core Indicators provide a snapshot of primary health care performance based on existing, globally comparable data.
Examine different countries’ primary health care systems side by side.
The PHC Progression Model is an innovative tool that uses a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods to assess primary health care system capacity.
Step-by-step guidance for countries to produce a Vital Signs Profile.
Case studies on data innovations for strengthening primary health care.
Detailed descriptions of each PHC Core Indicator, including indicator definitions, the rationale for their use, sources of data, and limitations.
Guidance for how to read the Vital Signs Profile.
Details the development of the PHCPI Conceptual Framework and indicator selection.
Explains how the Vital Signs Profile scores are constructed.
Identifies conceptual and practical areas where PHC measurement is aligned and where there are gaps and explores where data are being collected in LMICs through standardized global surveys.