Health Care Systems
Health care systems organise the finance and delivery of health care. They vary by country, reflecting specific history, culture, and economics. To maximise coverage and efficiency they must evolve with changing demographics, needs, and technologies.
- October 2022
The Economics of Antibiotics – Part 2: Value Assessment within the NICE-NHS AMR Pilot
- July 2022
Reforming Primary Health Care in Middle-Income Countries: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
- May 2022
Ignoring the needs of our future workforce could have disastrous consequences for the UK NHS and its patients.
- March 2022
Invest to End TB. Save Lives. World TB Day 2022. Reflections on 60 years of OHE publications on TB.
- December 2021
OHE Critique of CBO’S Pharmaceutical Investment Model Provides Warning for Policymakers on Reliability of Estimates
- June 2021
Allocating Public Spending Efficiently: Is There a Need for a Better Mechanism to Inform Decisions in the UK and Elsewhere?
- March 2021
Efficiency Measurement in Primary Care: Time to Overcome the Challenges and Achieve Some Gains
- February 2021