Comprehensive policy analysis for health system reform

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Abstract

Presents the results of a comprehensive approach to policy analysis that may serve as an input for health system reform. It combines, in a coherent framework, various analytical tools that have been developed recently, such as measurement of the burden of disease, cost-effectveness analysis to integrate packages of essential interventions, National Health Accounts, assessment of system performance, consumer surveys, and political mapping. These tools were all applied in a study that was carried out in Mexico from August, 1993 through September, 1994. The article concludes that it is necessary to establish a mechanism for shared learning at the global level.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationHealth sector reform in developing countries
EditorsP. Berman
PublisherHarvard University Press
Pages335-361
Number of pages27
StatePublished - 1996
Externally publishedYes

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Frenk, J. (1996). Comprehensive policy analysis for health system reform. In P. Berman (Ed.), Health sector reform in developing countries (pp. 335-361). Harvard University Press.

Comprehensive policy analysis for health system reform. / Frenk, Julio.

Health sector reform in developing countries. ed. / P. Berman. Harvard University Press, 1996. p. 335-361.

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Frenk, J 1996, Comprehensive policy analysis for health system reform. in P Berman (ed.), Health sector reform in developing countries. Harvard University Press, pp. 335-361.
Frenk J. Comprehensive policy analysis for health system reform. In Berman P, editor, Health sector reform in developing countries. Harvard University Press. 1996. p. 335-361
Frenk, Julio. / Comprehensive policy analysis for health system reform. Health sector reform in developing countries. editor / P. Berman. Harvard University Press, 1996. pp. 335-361
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