In order to advance towards Universal Health Coverage in Latin America and the Caribbean, we provide customized support and technical assistance to governments, with a comprehensive and systemic approach. Through this work, we promote dialogue between technicians, decision-makers, and the population, which in turn facilitates the construction of joint processes and the achievement of consensus to improve informed decision making in health and validation by all actors. The impact of these technical assistance projects is amplified by sharing the lessons learned, so that the experience of one country can be useful to others.

THE VOICES OF OUR BENEFICIARIES

Chile
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Honduras
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Colombia
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HONDURAS
The CRITERIA Network is currently supporting the Government of Honduras in formulating a policy for a health benefits plan.
CHILE
Between 2018 and 2019, we supported the Public Health Institute (ISP) of Chile in the formulation of a master plan to strengthen the regulation of medical devices in the country.
ARGENTINA
In 2019 we carried out a technical dialogue with the Ministry of Health on the institutionalization of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and its use for evidence-based decision making.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The CRITERIA Network has been supporting the Government of the Dominican Republic since 2014 in strengthening its policy of health benefit plans.
ECUADOR
During the first half of 2019, we supported Ecuador in revising its policy for regulating drug prices and its list of essential drugs.
COLOMBIA
Between 2011 and 2018, we supported Colombia to strengthen the management of health technologies with the design of the current Institute for Technological Evaluation in Health (IETS), and participated in the dialogue on value-based pricing for pharmaceutical policy.
COSTA RICA
Between 2015 and 2017, we supported the Costa Rican government in improving its health technology assessment processes and its institutionalization.