The Open Health Data Dictionary (OpenHDD) is a collaborative, web-based, open-source application aimed at developing and sharing common data definitions and data dictionaries. This brochure gives an overview of how OpenHDD works and who is using it.
A web publication by Max C Roser from Our Wolrd in Data with a visual data analysis of the changes and evolution of global health.
Toolkit to Develop and Strengthen Medical Audit Systems: Practical Advice from Implementers to Implementers
This toolkit was created to address gaps in practical knowledge by providing guidance on setting up medical audit units, a step-by-step review of claims to identify providers prone to fraud or poor quality of care, conduct investigations, and use the results of the medical audit. The toolkit is currently undergoing
A carefully developed provider payment system can be a powerful instrument for making progress toward universal health coverage. Effectively monitoring this system is an integral part of the process. Countries can draw on the collective experience presented in this toolkit to create an effective provider payment monitoring
This paper provides evidence which supports the message that all countries can make progress towards UHC, including those with very low levels of public spending on health.
Comprehensive, searchable, free database for health systems evidence.
The fourth Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) general meeting and conference on Measurement and Accountability for Universal Health Coverage (MA4HealthAP) was held October 26-30 in Bali, Indonesia. This year’s conference focused on investment planning and implementation of scalable and sustainable M&E systems, Health Information Systems
This report presents the results of a planning exercise undertaken on behalf of two pilot schemes for social health protectionin Bangladesh. The first scheme is a health protection scheme for the poor (Shastho Surokhsha Karmasuchi, SSK), which is fully subsidised, i.e. the Government of Bangladesh will pay the premium
Comparative database of country case studies.
The BID Network aims to enhance immunization and overall health service delivery through improved data collection, quality, and use.
AfHEA works towards improved health outcomes by promoting high quality within the discipline of health economics and financing.
Study visit report from Malaysia's study visit to Taiwan