Assessing System Performance for Health Governance – WHO – 28 February 2011

Posted on March 29, 2011. Filed under: Clin Governance / Risk Mgmt / Quality, Health Policy | Tags: , , |

Assessing System Performance for Health Governance – WHO – 28 February 2011

“The Tallinn Charter (2008) stresses the importance of fostering transparency and accountability on the basis of progress against measurable results. It commits each Member State to strive to enhance the performance of its health system to achieve the goal of improved health on an equitable basis. The analysis of performance for informed decision-making on policy is a central theme of the Charter, linked closely to the message of moving “from values to action”. Countries honouring this commitment will have acted to measure, analyse and publicly report on the performance of their health systems and/or the effects of specific reform measures (Interim report on implementation of the Tallinn Charter, WHO 2011).”

One of the working papers from the first meeting of the European Health Policy Forum

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