Assessing ‘whole system’ performance

posted Sep 29, 2014, 12:39 AM by Jeff Knezovich
1 October, 11:30-13:00, Room 2.61-63

This session focuses on methods for conducting whole systems’ assessments including composite measures of universal health coverage, holistic assessment of health markets, combining cost effectiveness with health system assessments, and cross-country comparative studies of health and social systems for ageing populations. 

Moderator: Amanda Glassman, Director of Global Health Policy, Centre for Global Development, USA

  • Gabriela Gomez, Researcher, Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development, Netherlands, Taking a health systems perspective in the evaluation of a new first-line regimen for tuberculosis
  • Kai Hong Phua, Professor of Health and Social Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Comparative study of health and social care systems for ageing populations in Asia
  • Shankar Prinja, Assistant Professor, Health Economics, School of Public Health, Post  Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, India, Development of a composite indicator to measure the extent of universal health care in India
  • Miguel SanJoaquin, Health Economist, World Bank Group, Phnom Pehn, Methods for understanding interplay between public perceptions, utilization and quality in health systems
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