Tallinn Charter: Health Systems for Health and Wealth. Interim report on implementation of the Tallinn Charter – WHO – 1 March 2011

Posted on March 29, 2011. Filed under: Health Policy | Tags: , , |

Tallinn Charter: Health Systems for Health and Wealth.  Interim report on implementation of the Tallinn Charter – WHO – 1 March 2011
WHO European Ministerial Conference on Health Systems, held in Tallinn from 25 to 27 June 2008.

“5. The report has six chapters including this introduction.  …
6. Following Chapter II, the rest of the report will focus in greater depth on three key dimensions on the Charter:
 assessing health system performance as a way of improving governance and accountability (Chapter III);
 ensuring solidarity and health gain in times of financial crisis (Chapter IV);
 strengthening health systems impact through leadership of intersectoral action to improve health (Chapter V).
7. Although health system performance is the focus of Chapter III in particular, it is worth emphasizing that the fundamental pillar of the Tallinn Charter is the emphasis on accountability for performance. This theme accordingly runs through the whole report.”

“This draft interim report on implementation of the Tallinn Charter is submitted to the European Health Policy Forum for High-Level Government Officials for comments and suggestions. This paper and the comments received during the European Health  Policy Forum meeting will then be submitted to the Eighteenth Standing Committee of the Regional Committee (SCRC) at its third session (Copenhagen, 30–31 March 2011). The final interim report will then be submitted to the WHO Regional Committee for Europe at its sixty-first session (Baku, Azerbaijan, 12–15 September 2011).”

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

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