The Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) will provide additional technical oversight and direction working with the Chief of Party (COP), undertake specific USAID client communications as required by the COP or in the absence of the COP, and undertake host government relations on behalf of the project in the area of their technical expertise. The current COP for ProtectHealth is hired as a 0.8 FTE position (four days per week on average). During scheduled absences of the COP, the DCOP will act to resolve any urgent administrative and compliance matters and shall have appropriate spending authority as required for project operations to proceed.
As jointly the “Technical Advisor, Health Financing and Strategic Purchasing” the DCOP will provide substantive leadership to the project’s activities in key areas under Objective 1 of the project award, especially project activities focused on benefit package reform for TB and FP, as well as broadly primary care, in collaboration with PhilHealth and DOH. S/he will lead assistance in areas such as improved purchasing designs from providers including the private sector, and use of instruments such as global budgets and enhanced case-based payments; financial sustainability of the National Health Insurance Program (NHIP) in collaboration with PhilHealth; communication of revised benefits for TB and FP under the NHIP, especially in the context of the UHC Law; project support to the DOH and GPH in the development and implementation of the guidelines for the Special Health Fund, especially on the financing of healthcare provider networks; improved Public Finance Management (PFM) and development of long-term sustainable financing strategies for FP and TB with the DOH.
The DCOP will support project staff in reporting of project deliverables and the achievement of the processes indicated in the ProtectHealth Activity Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Plan (AMELP) as well as the Sustainability Plan.
Location: Manila, Philippines
Location: Philippines - National Capital Region - Manila
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