Better decisions. Better health.

The International Decision Support Initiative (iDSI) is a sustainable, adaptable, international mechanism to provide policymakers (at sub-national, national, regional and international levels) with coordinated support in priority-setting as a means to Universal Health Coverage (UHC). The initiative shares experiences, showcases lessons learned, and identifies practical ways to scale technical support for more systematic, fair and evidence informed priority-setting processes. Its interventions help to improve access to effective health interventions and the quality and efficiency of health care delivery, and to help elevate the value of priority setting as essential for attaining and sustaining UHC.

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Front AR NICE International Annual Review 2015
NICE International Annual Review 2015 NICE International has published its Annual Review 2015. The Annual Review provides an overview and… READ MORE
QS workshop on antibiotic prescribing, June 2016 Improving antibiotic prescribing for COPD and pneumonia in Vietnam
Improving antibiotic prescribing for COPD and pneumonia in Vietnam Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is increasingly recognised as a global health threat. However the scientific… READ MORE
Renmin University Hosts Summit on Health Care Reform On 5th June, Kalipso Chalkidou and David Haslam from NICE joined colleagues at Renmin University in… READ MORE
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Priority-setting for achieving universal health coverage Governments in low- and middle-income countries are legitimizing the implementation of universal health coverage… READ MORE
Deepening UK Partnership for Value for Money in Developing Country Health Systems – CGD Memo iDSI Core Partner, the Center for Global Development (CGD) has published a report summarising… READ MORE
New CHE Policy Briefing explores the Price-Affordability discrepancy in the NHS In a new Policy Briefing from the CHE, Karl Claxton discusses the discrepancy between… READ MORE