Resources


Negotiated Solutions for Purchasing High-Cost Medicines: A Practitioner’s Guide

September 29, 2022

Across the globe, decision makers at all levels of the health care system agree that patients should be given rapid access to innovative medicines that target life-threatening diseases such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, and hepatitis C. Governments face increasing amounts of pressure to introduce new technologies because of shifting and evolving health challenges. The goal of this Practitioner’s Guide is to provide countries new to MEAs with an insider perspective. It is hoped that the contents of this Guide will lift the veil on the nature of these negotiations and equip countries with the strategies and know-how they need, to successfully negotiate similar agreements.

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JLN Knowledge Products: Produced by Countries, for Countries

March 20, 2022

The JLN and its members have helped to fill this gap by documenting their experiences and lessons learned to help countries reach their UHC goals. Since 2010, the JLN’s members have published more than 30 knowledge products on topics critical to UHC, including service delivery, health financing and provider payment, data and information systems, and quality of care.
This file provides a semi-comprehensive list of the JLN’s knowledge products, summaries thereof, and author countries.

The Provider Payment Mechanisms Technical Initiative: A 10 Year Journey

March 5, 2022

This video shares the journey of the PPM Technical Initiative and showcases the journey of the countries over the past 10 years as we learnt together, laughed together and made new connections and friendships across the world. Join us to hear more about the journey, our passion for UHC, and our hope for the future.

A Health Practitioner’s Handbook and Toolbox for Identifying the Poor and Vulnerable

February 14, 2022

Over the past decade, many low- and middle-income countries have made expanding health coverage a national priority. During 2021, 11 countries took part in the JLN Learning Collaborative on Population Targeting, which focussed on population targeting as a critical component for expanding effective coverage to unserved groups. This page outlines the key outputs and outcomes of this work.

Institutional Coordination Between Health and Non-health Agencies on Population Targeting

February 13, 2022