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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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We need better value from every rand we spend on healthcare in South Africa South Africa IS in the process of preparing for a National Health Insurance (NHI)… READ MORE
The NICE threshold: How much is too much? Who decides? Prof Karl Claxton, University of York, and colleagues have argued that NICE is advising… READ MORE
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Patients Suffer When NHS Buys Expensive New Drugs, Says Report "The NHS is doing more harm than good by approving expensive drugs for a… READ MORE
Methods for the Estimation of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Cost-Effectiveness Threshold Cost-effectiveness analysis involves the comparison of the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio of a new technology,… READ MORE
Call-for-Abstracts.png1_600x400_acf_cropped PMAC 2016 Call for Abstracts: Priority-Setting for UHC
PMAC 2016 Call for Abstracts: Priority-Setting for UHC From January 26-31 in Bangkok, Thailand, the 2016 Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) will… READ MORE