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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Made on February 23, 2018 Presented by: Tatiana Andia. There is evidence that Colombia has managed to significantly reduce the prices of medicines. However, preliminary data indicates that the pharmaceutical industry would be compensating for this price reduction with an increase in the quantities of regulated products,
Carried out on January 22, 2018 Presented by: Josep Figueras. Based on the book “Strengthening Health System Governance. Better policies, stronger performance” published by the European Observatory of Health Systems and Policies, Dr. Josep Figueras will present a conceptual framework to assess and strengthen the governance of the health system in which […]
There is a consensus in the world on the importance of citizen participation in the explicit prioritization of health spending. This not only helps to increase the legitimacy of decisions, but also allows citizens' preferences to be included, which are rarely taken into account in the scientific evidence that analyzes […]
There is a worldwide consensus on the importance of citizen participation in the explicit prioritization of health spending. This not only helps to increase the legitimacy of decisions, but also allows the inclusion of citizen preferences, which are rarely taken into account in the scientific evidence that analyzes […]
Several countries today face the use of judicial mechanisms so that citizens can access health services. Everaldo Lamprea will present an article that analyzes the trajectory of the judicialization of health care from the perspective of the countries of the South. It will show how the rise of health rights litigation in the 1990s and early 2000s was reinforced by the global spread of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and by constitutional reforms that sparked a period of rights revolutions. Consequently, today countries have to face the challenge of seeking new approaches to the right to health in order to restore litigation as mechanisms to promote more equitable and sustainable health systems.
Several countries today face the use of judicial mechanisms so that citizens can access health services. Everaldo Lamprea will present an article that analyzes the trajectory of the judicialization of health care from the perspective of the countries of the South. It will show how the rise of copyright litigation […]
Calculating the cost of the resources required in the implementation or expansion of a health benefits plan (PBS) is a fundamental part...
In this webinar, Javier Humberto Guzmán, current Director of INVIMA, who was deputy director of IETS in previous years and director of the Department of Medicines and Medical Devices of the Ministry of Health, shows us a comprehensive vision of what the prioritization process looks like from different entities that participate in it and about which [...]
Made on June 29, 2017 Presented by: Adolfo Rubinstein. In this webinar, the Secretary of Health Promotion, Prevention and Risk Control of the Ministry of Health of Argentina, Prof. Dr. Adolfo Rubinstein, will delve into the process, institutions and prioritization instruments linked to the new Coverage strategy Universal […]