Resources (human, material, technological etc.,) needed for health systems have been growing exponentially along with the complex evolution of health systems and advances in medical and allied sciences. It is becoming critical to understand how these resources are designed, developed, tested, priced, distributed, and consumed. One of the core functions of governance is to make enough resources available for the system to function effectively in times of crisis and stability.
Apart from healthcare professionals, the production of most of these resources is outside the boundaries of health systems. Many a times, there is a disconnect between the needs of a health system and the producers of the resources for health. A core function of governance is to establish harmonious connections between these producers and the consumers of health resources.InOrder is undertaking this complex study to understand the various elements involved in the complex process of the provision of health resources that are affordable and of good quality.