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  • 1. The European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies: relevance and roles Reinhard Busse & Suszy Lessof
  • 2. Central Principles
    • Comparative description of health systems & policies and analysis of existing evidence
    • Bridge the gap between scientific evidence and the needs of policy makers
    • Development of practical lessons and options in health policy making
  • 3. Our basic assumption: Evidence and evaluation for better health systems Published literature „ Grey“ literature Country experience
  • 4. Our basic assumption: Evidence and evaluation for better health systems Active & adequate dissemination
  • 5. Our basic assumption: Evidence and evaluation for better health systems & responsiveness & financial protection & equity & efficiency
  • 6. Our basic assumption: Evidence and evaluation for better health systems
  • 7. Our basic assumption: Evidence and evaluation for better health systems Performance assessment as evidence
  • 8. Central Principles
    • Comparative description of health systems & policies and analysis of existing evidence
    • Bridge the gap between scientific evidence and the needs of policy makers
    • Development of practical lessons and options in health policy making
    • Partnership
  • 9. How partnership is key
    • Evidence on knowledge transfer
      • Knowing what is relevant
      • Knowing how to present it so it is accessible
      • Being timely
      • Being trusted
    • Partners are key to bridging the gap between scientific evidence and policy makers
  • 10.
    • International agencies: WHO Regional Office for Europe, the European Commission, the World Bank, the European Investment Bank
      • National and regional governments: Belgium, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Norway, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Slovenia, as well as the Veneto Region of Italy
    • Academia: the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
    • Social insurance: UNCAM (association of sickness funds), France
    The European Observatory partnership
  • 11. Governance
    • Steering Committees twice a year
    • WHO and the Chair for day to day review
    • Ongoing updates, sharing of drafts, discussions
    • Independent, academic research directors
    • A professional and dedicated Secretariat
  • 12. WHO and management
    • An international platform
      • Employment
      • Legal status
      • Financial stability and credibility
    • Access to governments
    • Credibility
  • 13. Research teams, hubs and management
    • Hubs based in academia
      • Berlin
      • LSE
      • LSHTM
    • Academic inputs – networks
    • Culture and quality
  • 14. The Observatory’s core mission
    • We support and promote evidence-based health policy-making through comprehensive and rigorous analysis of the dynamics of health care systems in Europe:
    • Country monitoring
    • Health systems and policy analysis
    • Assessing & comparing performance
    • Disseminating the evidence
  • 15.
    • Health Systems Reviews (HiT) profiles provide a detailed description and assessment,
    • follow a standardised format
    • are based on a « template » with questions to authors,
    • cover all European and some other OECD countries
    •  details next session
    1. Country monitoring
  • 16. 2. Health systems and policy analysis
    • Selection of topics:
    • relevance to policy/ open questions
    • can build on existing primary research – but good comparative/ summarising work lacking
    • detailed proposal & discussion in Steering Committee
  • 17. 2. Health systems and policy analysis
    • Conduct of work:
    • Lead researchers/ editors & network of researchers/ authors
    • Review of evidence & country case studies
    • Workshop with authors & policy-makers
    • Resulting work:
    • Policy options and (non normative) lessons
    • Book & policy-dialogues etc.
  • 18.
    • Financing/ funding/ purchasing/ payment
    • Provision (by sector: hospitals, primary care ...)
    • Provision (by patient group: mental health, chronic diseases, infectious diseases, migrants ...)
    • Human resources
    • Quality / Health Technology Assessment
    • Governance/ regulation (including role of EU)
    • Sub regional / comparative (Central/ eastern Europe, countries with social health insurance ... )
    • Public health
    Topic areas covered