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OECD OBSERVER ISSUE ON HEALTH

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HEALTH POLICY STUDIES 

 

HEALTH STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS 

Also access the Country Health Profiles 2017, released in November 2017, and which are part of the State of Health in the EU Cycle.
 

NEW SERIES: OECD REVIEWS OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

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The OECD Reviews of Public Health, launched in October 2017, provide in-depth analysis and policy recommendations to strengthen priority areas of countries’ public health systems, highlighting best practice examples that allow learning from shared experiences, and the spreading of innovative approaches.

Topics covered within this series of health reviews include unhealthy diets and obesity, preventing harmful alcohol use, health checks and preventive screening, responding to public health emergencies, and more.

OECD SERIES ON HEALTH CARE QUALITY REVIEWS 

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The synthesis report, Caring for Quality in Health: Lessons learnt from 15 reviews of health care quality, was released on January 10, 2017.

Country reports released for Korea and Israel (in 2012), Denmark and Sweden (in 2013), Norway, the Czech Republic, Japan and Turkey (in 2014), AustraliaItaly and Portugal (in 2015), the United Kingdom (2016).

Access the press releases and Assessment and recommendations for each country on the dedicated Reviews of National Health Care Quality page. 

The country reports are available for download on the OECD iLibrary

REVIEWS OF HEALTH SYSTEMS SERIES

All reviews are accessible via the country reports homepage.

For a description of health systems by country, visit the European Observatory on Health Systems and PoliciesHealth Systems in Transition (HiT) series. And visit their new platform for a detailed description of health systems and up-to-date information on reforms and changes.

  • A new series launched early 2016, Health Policy in Your Country, aims to highlight the latest data in selected countries, to explain their health care systems and to provide key information in a clear and concise way.

OTHER OECD HEALTH-RELATED PUBLICATIONS  

From other OECD Directorates:

Social issues and health
Development
Technology
Environment

  

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