CGD blog highlights take home messages from the HBP workshop, March 2017

By Amanda Glassman Mar. 23, 2017

Following the recent iDSI International Seminar on Using Evidence for Decision-Making and Health Benefits Package Design (6-8 March 2017),  Amanda Glassman offers key take home messages for defining and updating health benefits packages for UHC in her recent CGD blog. Read the blog here. Seminar resources can be found here. The book What’s In, What’s Out: Designing Benefits for Universal Health …

Workshop on reimbursement mechanisms to achieve UHC – organised by the World Health Organisation and international Decision Support Initiative

By Else Krajenbrink Nov. 10, 2016

On the 13thJuly 2016, Kalipso Chalkidou and Else Krajenbrink (GHD), Amanda Glassman (CGD), Karen Hofman (PRICELESS) and Yot Teerawattananon and Waranya Rattanavipapong (HITAP) participated in a WHO and iDSI co-hosted workshop in Geneva, Switzerland. The 3 day workshop aimed to cope out the content and process for developing guidance on HTA as a tool for reimbursement decisions to establish Universal …

Setting Universal Health Coverage Priorities: India and Dialysis

By Amanda Glassman Aug. 24, 2016

Amanda Glassman, Vice President for Programs, Director of Global Health Policy, and Senior Fellow and Rebecca Forman, Programme Coordinator for the Global Health Policy team, at IDSI partner organisation CGD have published a blog on the Indian Governments’ announcement on its intention to provide dialysis in every district hospital in the country, following the governments commitment to set up Universal Health Coverage (UHC) …

iDSI scale up means more health for the money – Impatient Optimists blog

By Amanda Glassman Feb. 10, 2016

Amanda Glassman, Vice President for Programs, Director of Global Health Policy, and Senior Fellow at iDSI partner organisation CGD has offered her view on what the recently announced scale up of iDSI and US$12.8m grant awarded to the initiative by the Gates Foundation will mean for global health. Read her full blog post here.    

Event on 17 June, Washington DC: Improving the Use of Economic Evaluation for Global Health Funders

Jun. 12, 2014

As part of a series of events coinciding with the launch of the Gates Reference Case, Tommy Wilkinson (Adviser for Health Economics, NICE International) will be speaking on Tuesday 17 June 2014 at a lunch seminar hosted by the Center for Global Development, Washington DC. If you missed our launch event in London or are attending the HTAi conference, here’s your chance to find …