The OECD Health Division analyses health systems' performance and studies policy options to address shortcomings in performance. The Division is currently undertaking the following analytical projects:
In addition, the Health Division carries out work on health data and indicators, and country reviews.
Current Health Division analytical projects
OECD/Korea Policy Centre
The Joint OECD/Korea Policy Centre is an international cooperation organisation established by a Memorandum of Understanding between the OECD and the Government of the Republic of Korea. The major functions of the Centre are to research international standards and policies on international taxation, competition, public governance, and social policy sectors in OECD member countries and to disseminate research outcomes to public officials and experts in the Asian region. In the area of health and social policy, the Centre promotes policy dialogue and information sharing between OECD countries and non-OECD Asian/Pacific countries and economies.
The OECD Ministerial Meeting
October 2010: The OECD Health Ministerial: Health System Priorities in the Aftermath of the Crisis
The OECD Project (2001-2004)
The three-year OECD Health Project, investigated ways to improve the performance of OECD health systems. The results of the Health Project were discussed by OECD Health Ministers at their first-ever meeting at the OECD on May 13-14, 2004. A final report Towards High-Performing Health Systems was disseminated at the meeting. Ministers also mandated the OECD to carry out future work on health. The Health Project covered several topics, including:
Permanent URL: http://www.oecd.org/health/analyticalprojects