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This document outlines the methodologies and tools currently used to assess the risk of chemicals to children’s health and also identifies possible needs for additional guidance or tools based on the results of an on-line survey conducted in November 2011. The following areas of risk assessment are covered: definitions, hazard and exposure assessment, risk characterisation, cohort studies and combined exposure to multiple chemicals.
The objective of this study is to describe how OECD Member Countries refer to value when making decisions on reimbursement and prices of new medicines.
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OECD Health Data 2013: How to create tables in OECD.Stat
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Health financing systems have undergone considerable change over recent decades. Better resource management has led countries to introduce new financial mechanisms and innovative institutional arrangements. The SHA 2011 Financing Framework mirrors such changes, enabling health accountants and analysts to obtain a clear picture of health care financing and provide policy-relevant information concerning the structure and flows of funds.
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This guide comprises eight key points for planning public engagement activities. It contains a set of questions to help policy makers develop a plan from start to finish, as well as practical case studies from countries that have used the guide in their communication activities.
The OECD has launched a project on variations in medical practice, as reducing unwarranted variations in medical practice may contribute to increasing quality, efficiency and equity in health care delivery.
The Recommendation seeks to assist both OECD member and non-member countries in the development of appropriate sustainability assessment methodologies for bio-based products.
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The aim of these guidelines is to propose a harmonised approach for the collection and analysis of biotechnology research and development (R&D) statistics in the government and higher education sectors.
The ability to effectively use these vast amounts of knowledge will depend in part on the bringing together of different strands of information, data and biological materials within human biobanks and genetic research databases (HBGRDs).
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Background document for the OECD-Eurostat-WHO SHA Data Questionnaire.