The area of Health Systems and Services addresses several aspects related to the development of Universal Health Systems, based on the recognition of Health as a right. In this sense, the Five-Year Plan of the South American Health Council listed several strategic objectives that refer to topics such as the establishment of monitoring mechanisms, human resources, asymmetries and inequities, among others.
- Human Resources
- Universal systems
- Health asymmetries
Recently, a roundtable held at Chatham House brought together several world leaders, including Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and Director of the United Nations Development Program until 2017. She pointed to a very important, but often forgotten fact. When asked if universal health systems were a luxury only rich countries could afford, […]
During the first formal meeting of the Advisory Board of South American Institute of Government in Health (Isags), which ended yesterday (03/08) and had as its participants, members of the five Networks and Technical Groups (GTs) of UNASUR-Health, the Executive Secretary of the Network of National Health Institutes (RINS), Féliz Rosemberg, spoke about the main […]
A mediados de 2017, Hawking esteve envolvido em uma batalha para salvar o Sistema Nacional de Saúde britânico (NHS siglas em inglês), o corpo governamental responsável de fornecer o serviço médico gratuito aos cidadãos do Reino Unido.
The so-called Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) are increasingly common in many health systems and the trend may intensify as a result of the crisis. In some countries undergoing hefty fiscal adjustment, letting the private sector subcontract public services (not only health-related ones) has become a tool to balance public budgets. In this article, we acknowledge this […]
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