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  • 6-November-2013

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    OECD Work on Health - Brochure

    This brochure presents the OECD Work on Health for 2013-2014, including all recent and forthcoming major publications and databases.

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  • 5-novembre-2013

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    Évaluer le coût humain de la crise : l'OCDE souligne combien il importe d’investir dans le bien-être

    Selon une nouvelle étude publiée par l'OCDE, la crise économique mondiale a eu d’importantes répercussions sur le bien-être des populations, qui s’étendent bien au-delà des suppressions d’emplois et de la perte de revenus puisqu’elles influent sur la satisfaction des individus à l’égard de leur vie et sur leur confiance dans les pouvoirs publics.

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  • 30-October-2013

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    Cancer Care - Assuring Quality to Improve Survival

    More than five million new cases of cancer are diagnosed every year in OECD countries. Mortality rates are declining, but not as fast as for other big killers such as heart disease, and cancer survival rates show almost a four-fold difference across countries. In short, many countries are not doing as well as they could in the fight against cancer.

    Cancer Care: Assuring Quality to Improve Survival surveys the

  • 30-octobre-2013

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    L’amélioration du dépistage et des traitements réduirait le taux de mortalité par cancer, estime l'OCDE

    Selon un nouveau rapport de l'OCDE préparé en coopération avec la Commission européenne et fondé sur des travaux antérieurs de l’Organisation mondiale de la santé, un dépistage plus précoce et un traitement plus efficace du cancer pourraient réduire d’un tiers environ le taux de mortalité lié à cette maladie, ce qui permettrait de sauver la vie de près d’un million de personnes dans les pays développés chaque année.

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  • 22-October-2013

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    Managing Hospital Volumes: Germany and Experiences from OECD Countries

    To help inform the Conference on Managing Hospital Volumes, co-organised by the German Federal Ministry of Health and the OECD, and held on the 11th April 2013 in Berlin, the OECD Secretariat produced a paper to provide an international perspective on Germany’s situation and the current policy debate.

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  • 30-September-2013

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    Tackling Portugal’s Health Challenges and Promoting Well Being

    In Portugal, health spending has been reduced from 10.8% of GDP in 2009 to 10.2% now. This has been achieved by rationalising spending on pharmaceuticals, promoting the use of generic drugs, moderating salaries; cutting the fees paid to hospitals, and increasing user charges, while still protecting those in most need, said OECD Secretary-General.

  • 12-September-2013

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    The future of public health: policy decisions today for tomorrow’s populations - Speech by Yves Leterme at EPHA

    The future of public health: policy decisions today for tomorrow’s populations. Our health, our economy, our society, our future: a Brave New World. Remarks by Yves Leterme, Deputy Secretary-General, OECD. Brussels, Belgium, September 4th 2013.

  • 2-August-2013

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    Public Health in an Age of Genomics

    This report presents the findings of a research project to investigate the drivers and criteria shaping the application of genomic biotechnology to health in different national settings, and the barriers to implementation nationally and internationally. Findings are based on case studies on Finland, Israel, Luxembourg, Mexico, the United Kingdom, China and South Africa.

  • 11-July-2013

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    Expenditure on Prevention Activities under SHA 2011: Supplementary Guidance

    Experience from the substantial health gains of the 20th century suggests that spending on prevention could be an important factor. Therefore, gathering data on such spending that are consistent and comparable, both over time and across countries, is potentially very useful. This paper aims to help clarify what should be included as spending on prevention under SHA 2011 to facilitate accurate comparisons.

  • 1-juillet-2013

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    Belgique : améliorer l’efficience et la flexibilité du secteur de la santé pour s’adapter au vieillissement de la population

    La Belgique a su se doter de services de santé accessibles, mais le morcellement des responsabilités au sein du système et le poids de la réglementation risquent de rendre l’adaptation au vieillissement de la population difficile.

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