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  • 1-February-2017

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    Caring for Quality in Health - Lessons Learnt from 15 Reviews of Health Care Quality

    Over the past four years, the OECD has conducted a series of in-depth reviews of the policies and institutions that underpin the measurement and improvement of health care quality in 15 different health systems. This synthesis report draws on key lessons from the OECD Health Care Quality Review series. The objective is to summarise the main challenges and good practices to support improvements in health care quality, and to help ensure that the substantial resources devoted to health are being used effectively in supporting people to live healthier lives. The overarching conclusion emerging across the Health Care Quality Review series concerns transparency. Governments should encourage, and where appropriate require, health systems and health care providers to be open about the effectiveness, safety and patient-centredness of care they provide. More measures of patient outcomes are needed (especially those reported by patients themselves), and these should underpin standards, guidelines, incentives and innovations in service delivery. Greater transparency can lead to optimisation of both quality and efficiency – twin objectives which reinforce, rather than subvert, each other. In practical terms, greater transparency and better performance can be supported by changes in where and how care is delivered; changes in the roles of patients and professionals; and employing tools such as data and incentives more effectively. Key actions in these three areas are set out in the twelve lessons presented in this synthesis report.

  • 31-janvier-2017

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    Côte d’Ivoire

    Les analyses du projet sur la situation des jeunes en Côte d’Ivoire montrent une augmentation du taux NEET (en anglais - ni en emploi, ni en études, ni en formation) des jeunes, avec un désavantage plus important chez les femmes.

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  • 27-January-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - Yao Koumedzro

    Here is the story of Yao Koumedzro, 31, from Kpalimé, Togo : "I am a graphic designer of books, poster adverts and magazines. I am also in charge of PROJAD, the Youth in Action for Development Program. The program provides at-risk youth – the very poor or drug addicted – with jobs, health services and educational support."

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  • 27-January-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - My Nhan Ngo

    Here is the story of My Nhan Ngo, 27, from Can Tho, Viet nam : "I grew up in the countryside, in Bac Lieu, where my parents are rice farmers. I moved to Can Tho, --about 150 kilometres away – when I was 18 so that I could finish my studies. After high school, I participated in a 2-year professional college diploma programme in accounting and then waitressed for two years at a local restaurant.

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  • 26-January-2017

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    Youth Inclusion Project - Inga Spînu

    Here is the story of Inga Spînu, 35, from Moldova : ‌"I consider myself very lucky to be able to manage both a career and motherhood. The only way I can do it is with family support. My husband and I have a two-year-old son, and since June 2016 I have been working full-time at an institute for justice. I grew up in a small village 75 km away from Chisinau".

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  • 26-January-2017

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    Geographical Distribution of Financial Flows to Developing Countries 2017 - Disbursements, Commitments, Country Indicators

    This annual publication provides comprehensive data on the volume, origin and types of aid and other resource flows to around 150 developing countries. The data show each country's intake of official development assistance and well as other official and private funds from members of the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD, multilateral agencies and other key donors.  Key development indicators are given for reference.

  • 24-janvier-2017

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    Découplage des salaires et de la productivité : Les faits au niveau macroéconomiquejavascript:;

    Cet article décrit quantitativement ce phénomène de découplage au cours des vingt dernières années et suggère qu’il s’explique à la fois par une baisse de la part de la rémunération dans la valeur ajoutée et du ratio entre le salaire médian et le salaire moyen (une mesure partielle de l’inégalité salariale).

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  • 24-janvier-2017

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    Découplage des salaires et de la productivité : Les faits au niveau macroéconomique

    Cet article décrit quantitativement ce phénomène de découplage au cours des vingt dernières années et suggère qu’il s’explique à la fois par une baisse de la part de la rémunération dans la valeur ajoutée et du ratio entre le salaire médian et le salaire moyen (une mesure partielle de l’inégalité salariale).

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  • 17-janvier-2017

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    Panorama de la société 2016 - Les indicateurs sociaux de l'OCDE

    Le présent ouvrage est la huitième édition de Panorama de la société, recueil d’indicateurs sociaux de l’OCDE. Ce rapport s’efforce de répondre à la demande croissante de données quantitatives sur le bien-être social et ses tendances. Cette édition actualise certains indicateurs figurant dans les précédentes éditions publiées depuis 2001 et introduit plusieurs nouveaux indicateurs. Cette édition couvre 25 indicateurs au total. Y sont présentées des données pour les 34 pays membres de l’OCDE, ainsi que, lorsque les données sont disponibles, pour les partenaires clés (Afrique du Sud, Brésil, Chine, Inde, Indonésie et Fédération de Russie) et pour les autres pays du G20 (Arabie Saoudite et Argentine). On trouvera dans le présent rapport un chapitre spécialement consacré aux jeunes déscolarisés, sans emploi et ne suivant aucune formation (chapitre 1), ainsi qu’un guide destiné à aider le lecteur à comprendre la structure des indicateurs sociaux de l’OCDE (chapitre 2).
    Tous les indicateurs sont disponibles sur le web et sous forme de publication électronique sur OECD iLibrary.


     

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  • 16-January-2017

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    New Health Technologies - Managing Access, Value and Sustainability

    This report discusses the need for an integrated and cyclical approach to managing health technology in order to mitigate clinical and financial risks, and ensure acceptable value for money. The analysis considers how health systems and policy makers should adapt in terms of development, assessment and uptake of health technologies. The first chapter provides an examination of adoption and impact of medical technology in the past and how health systems are preparing for continuation of such trends in the future. Subsequent chapters examine the need to balance innovation, value, and access for pharmaceuticals and medical devices, respectively, followed by a consideration of their combined promise in the area of precision medicine. The final chapter examines how health systems can make better use of health data and digital technologies. The report focuses on opportunities linked to new and emerging technologies as well as current challenges faced by policy makers, and suggests a new governance framework to address these challenges.

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