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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Chatham House Fellowship for West Africa Global Health Leaders Applications are now open for a 12-month fellowship programme starting in September 2016 and… READ MORE
Damian Walker, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, announces launch of iDSI Phase 2 as part of the Foundation’s response to the Bangkok Statement PMAC 2016 report published
PMAC 2016 report published The Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) 2016 report is now available to download from… READ MORE
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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
How can the UK state sector better collaborate with LMICs for health systems strengthening? How can the UK state sector better collaborate with LMICs for health systems strengthening?… READ MORE
Priority-setting for achieving universal health iDSI members and other international colleagues outline the case for priority-setting for Universal Health… READ MORE