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.

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The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation has regularly produced forecasts to help hospital systems and policymakers plan their response to the spread of COVID-19. The IHME provides forecasts for a select number of countries in Latin America. Professor Lozano presented a set of estimates of the use of health services and deaths from COVID-19 and their implications for the region.
In this policy dialogue series webinar, we hear the perspective of an innovator, José Gómez-Marquez on how Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) can prepare to produce diagnostic and serological tests and other devices necessary for the response to COVID -19. We were presented with key opportunity areas and how technology, supply chain and quality assurance challenges can be addressed for scalable production.
Representatives from the China Center for International Development Knowledge and the National Health Commission of China shared their experiences in dealing with the pandemic and the first findings of their research on the key developments in the COVID-19 outbreaks in China, South Korea and Singapore. This experience can serve as a valuable reference for LAC countries when fighting the COVID-19 epidemic.
German doctor, academic and politician Karl Lauterbach presented the approach to the Covid-19 epidemic in Germany and the main elements that can influence the low mortality rate reported by the European country.
In this Public Policy Dialogue Series webinar, Drs. Sharfstein and Dr. Peters of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health share evidence on Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions in Addressing COVID.
In this Public Policy Dialogue Series webinar, Drs. Sharfstein and Peters from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health share evidence on Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions in Addressing COVID.
Countries around the world are currently adopting different strategies to slow the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic. The governments of the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region have the...
In any country the demand for health services is unlimited and public resources are scarce. Hence, policymaker’s goal is to optimize the effectiveness of a limited healthcare budget.
Held on January 16, 2020 Presented by: Ana Pérez. Uruguay, in its quest to achieve universal health coverage, consolidated its prioritization process in 2018 with the creation of a multi-criteria instrument to include health technologies in the Comprehensive Health Care Plan (PIAS) that will receive […]