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Learn about the latest interviews, articles and media interventions from the OECD Health Division.

 

Multimedia

  • Francesca Colombo attended the 2014 Convention on Health Analysis and Management (CHAM) and talked about "Maladies chroniques : De l'hôpital aux soins primaires" (video available in French):

 

  • Valérie Paris was invited by the Inter-American Development Bank to do a webinar on Health Benefit Plans in OECD Countries, on May 15, 2014 (in Spanish: Planes de Beneficios de Salud en países de la OCDE). Read her presentation and watch the webinar: 

  • Mark Pearson gave a presentation on "How evidence is used in policy making from an OECD perspective" at the Health Workforce Australia Conference in Adelaide (November 18-20, 2013).

  • Franco Sassi attended a hearing at the Italian Senate, as part of an inquiry on the sustainability of the Italian health care system, run by the standing Committee on Health Care (December 5, 2013).
  • Interventions from Valérie Paris during the Forum Economie Santé 2013, Paris, organised by Les Échos (November 19-20, 2013):
    • Download the podcast: "Comment les pays développés font-ils évoluer leur système de santé face à une économie sinistrée?"
    • Watch the video: Interview with Valérie Paris, health policy analyst at the OECD (in French)
       

OECD/PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour and the OECD have teamed to launch an online series to explore how health care and health policy in OECD's 34 member countries compare with the United States. Articles dealing with pharmaceuticals, obesity, older people, mental health and causes of mortality have been published so far, along with detailed data visualisations for some of them. 

 

Articles from OECD Health Division colleagues

 

Award

Health_Award_Murakami

Yuki Murakami received the “Symbols of Tomorrow” award in October 2013 from “Ashitano Shocho”, which gives recognition to the work of professionals and researchers in the area of medical care, health and life sciences in Japan. Seven people including her were selected for this year.
Ms Murakami received the award for her work in global health, in particular in the health financing area with the aim to support health system strengthening and universal coverage using the experience of OECD countries. The project has been financially supported by the Japanese government.
Recent collaboration has strengthened co-operation between OECD and Japan in the area of global health at the time of the 50th anniversary of Japan’s accession to the OECD and their recent commitment towards the promotion of universal health coverage.
This is the second annual award. The event was jointly hosted by the All Japan Hospital Association, Japan Hospital Association and Sanofi, and sponsored by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. The Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry (Minister Toshimitsu Motegi) and the Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications (Minister Yoshitaka Shindo) gave opening speeches at the ceremony.

  • Read the Asahi Shimbun article (30 October 2013) 

 

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