Welcome to our webinars, where high-level international experts share their experiences in implementing tools and strategies to strengthen informed decision making in health. Here you will find dozens of videos, as well as presentations from our guests, transcripts, and recommended technical document.

The collection presented here contains all our webinars conducted fully or partially in English. If you would like to access our full collection of webinars, please visit the Spanish version of our website by changing the language in the upper right corner of this site.

The Covid-19 pandemic showed us the need to build resilience in health systems; and that addressing diseases in other countries can prevent their spread around the world.
In December 2021, the Criteria Network led a workshop that brought together renowned regional and international experts with the aim of discussing strategies to mitigate the effect of the current fiscal austerity that region is going through at this moment by adopting measures such as explicit priority setting,
This webinar is an explanation about what means "divestment" in the health sector, taking into account the current context of fiscal restrictions. Disinvestment can be a tool that allows a reallocation of resources towards those technologies that show true added value for the health of patients.s
Learn more about the Beneluxa Initiative and the International Horizon Scanning Initiative (IHSI), examples of multinational cooperation to ensure timely and affordable access to innovative medicines
We invite you to visit the presentation by Dr. Susan Griffin of the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York about the main aspects of distributional cost-effectiveness analysis. This analytical method aims to describe how policy decisions impact different population groups.
We invite you to visit the presentation by Dr. Susan Griffin from the York University Center for Health Economics on the main aspects of distributional cost-effectiveness analysis. This analytical method aims to describe how public policy decisions impact different population groups. The information produced by this analysis can contribute to the debate on the impact of policies on health equity.
The Criteria Network of the Social Protection and Health Division invites you re watch this presentation by Dan Ollendorf who discussed the policy of value-based pricing (VBP) which might be a useful strategy to improve decision making related to the allocation of scarce health resources. This presentation discussed the main aspects of the value-based pricing approach, as well as its challenges and recommendations for low- and middle-income countries
This presentation builds on the talk about the HIPtool given in 2021 by showing a country application of the tool and its implications. The presentation briefly characterizes the Armenian health system context and highlights relevant key features of the HIPtool. The presentation then focuse on the results and conclusions of the model application in an upper middle-income country context and how the insights can support explicit priority setting in the revision of a Health Benefits Package.
The Criteria Network of the Social Protection and Health Division invites you to visit the presentation of the results of the project “Future Health Spending and Treatment Patterns in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC)”. The economic model was developed to examine how health expenditures will change in the region over the next 30 years, as a result of the demographic and epidemiological transition, economic growth, and new health technologies