IHP news 470: UHC

By on May 18, 2018

BMJ (Analysis) – Changing how we think about healthcare improvement

https://www.bmj.com/content/361/bmj.k2014

Complexity science offers ways to change our collective mindset about healthcare systems, enabling us to improve performance that is otherwise stagnant, argues Jeffrey Braithwaite.”

Part of a new quality improvement series in the BMJ (together with the Health Foundation).  (with focus on the NHS)

iDSi – The evolution of Health Technology Assessment in China

http://www.idsihealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/ICL_case_study_China_PRINT2-003.pdf

2-pager.

 

And a tweet from Rob Yates, who clearly likes this NEJM perspective from Dhillon et al (see a previous IHP newsletter) very much – The Blind Men and the Elephant — Aligning Efforts in Global Health.

#UHC the best way to align the 3 global health strands of health security, development and health rights @DrTedros

If it wasn’t physically impossible, I could already sense a future ‘3 sides of the same coin’ mantra : )

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