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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Universal Health Coverage: what can the Republic of Zambia learn from Thailand? The Government of the Republic of Zambia are working towards providing Universal Health Coverage… READ MORE
Making an impact in the global health sphere: a Q&A with Professor Kalipso Chalkidou In 2016 Imperial College London introduced a new title into their annual round of… READ MORE
WHO reports decreased local spending on health in presence of donor aid – so what does this mean? Over the past decade there has been a noticeable shift in global health analyses… READ MORE
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iDSI Knowledge Repository – Feb 2017 Over the past 4 years, iDSI partners have produced a wealth of Knowledge Products,… READ MORE
Vaccination program in a resource-limited setting: A case study in the Philippines iDSI core partner HITAP recently published the results of an economic evaluation study exploring… READ MORE
New working paper studies England & Wales, Thailand, Poland, and Japan to examine socio-cultural and political influences on HTA adoption With changing population demographics and rising healthcare expenditures, countries have increasingly turned to the… READ MORE