Logo

Book launch - Health system performance assessment: a framework for policy analysis - Shared screen with speaker view
Raja Nadeem Altaf
04:19:12
Hello and Thank you so much for this interesting and inspiring session
WHO team II
04:21:11
Welcome all, to the book launch of the Health Systems performance assessment: a framework for policy analysis.Bienvenue à tous au lancement du livre: L'évaluation de la performance des systèmes de santé : un cadre pour l'analyse des politiques.Bienvenidos a todos y todas al evento de lanzamiento del libro: Evaluación del desempeño de los sistemas de salud: un marco para el análisis de políticas.
WHO team II
04:21:27
Welcome all, to the book launch of the Health Systems performance assessment: a framework for policy analysis.
WHO team II
04:21:42
Bienvenue à tous au lancement du livre: L'évaluation de la performance des systèmes de santé : un cadre pour l'analyse des politiques
WHO team II
04:21:54
Bienvenidos a todos y todas al evento de lanzamiento del libro: Evaluación del desempeño de los sistemas de salud: un marco para el análisis de políticas.
Saliyou SANNI
04:22:05
Thank you and hello from Dakar, Sénégal
Konstantina Tsalapati
04:22:23
Thank you for the invitation
Mutaira Al Busaidi
04:22:27
Good evening
Mary Olaleye
04:22:51
Good afternoon
Zoltán Alexin
04:23:10
Good afternoon from Szeged Hungary
KATERINA ILIOPOULOU
04:23:23
Good afternoon from Athens, Greece
Danielle Jansen
04:23:33
Good afternoon from Groningen, the Netherlands!
Yahya Ipuge
04:23:34
Good afternoon from Tanzania
Sawsan Abdulkarim
04:23:48
Hello from Bahrain
Yevgeniya Melnyk
04:23:53
Good afternoon from Kyiv, Ukraine
Caterina Perrone
04:23:54
Good afternoon from an Italian in the UK
János Németh
04:23:59
Good afternoon from Hungary, Budapest
Liisa-Maria Voipio-Pulkki
04:24:15
Good afternoon from Helsinki, Finland
ANITA JACOVIĆ
04:24:30
Hello to everyone from Slovenia!
Francois Eisinger
04:24:31
Marseille France
WHO team II
04:24:35
Welcome all, to the book launch of the Health Systems performance assessment: a framework for policy analysis.
Kassa Mohammed
04:24:36
Hello, from The Gambia
Graziella Scudu
04:24:38
Good Afternoon from London
Ammal Watfa Karaki
04:24:38
I join the others to send my greetings from London
Rose Mbaye
04:24:42
Hello from Senegal!
Kenneth Grech
04:24:52
Well done and congratulations on this event and the launch of this book, from the EU Expert Group on HSPA.
Maude Luherne
04:25:01
Hello from Rennes, France
Ann SEROR
04:25:03
Hello from Quebec City…
Polonca Truden-Dobrin
04:25:06
Good afternoon from Ljubljana, Slovenia!
Pol Gerits
04:25:16
Hello from Brussels, Belgium
Monica Fong
04:25:42
Greetings from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
TONI DEDEU
04:25:44
Greetings from Almaty, Kazakhstan
Josep Romagosa
04:26:10
Greetings from Andorra. Josep Romagosa, Ministry of Health.
WHO team II
04:26:29
Please note that interpretation of this event is available in French, Spanish and English. When people are speaking live you can hear your preferred language by clicking on the interpretation button, that you can see marked by a globe at the bottom of your zoom screen. You can choose the language you would like.
WHO team II
04:26:42
Veuillez noter que la traduction de cet événement est disponible en français, espagnol et anglais. Vous pouvez entendre la langue de votre choix lorsque les intervenants s'expriment en direct en cliquant sur le bouton d'interprétation, que vous pouvez voir marqué par un globe au bas de votre écran de zoom. Vous pouvez choisir la langue que vous souhaitez.
marina madeo
04:26:44
Good day, Assalamu alaykum from Mogadishu
WHO team II
04:27:06
La interpretación de este evento está disponible en francés, español e inglés. Cuando las personas estén hablando en directo, podrá escuchar su idioma preferido haciendo clic en el botón de interpretación, que puede ver marcado por un globo en la parte inferior de su pantalla de zoom.
Madi Savadogo
04:27:08
Warm greetings to all from Burkina Faso. Happy attending to this Book launch
Moeketsi Modisenyane
04:27:43
Warm greetings to all from South Africa
Selim Toromanovic
04:27:51
Good afternoon from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zeynab Foroughi
04:28:21
Good afternoon from Iran
Santiago Torroba
04:28:23
Greetings from Buenos Aires, Argentina
David Weakliam
04:28:26
Good afternon from Ireland
Shehnaz Ansari
04:28:33
Warm greetings to everyone here from India
Irina Ibragimova
04:28:46
Hello from Croatia! And the International Journal of Health Governance https://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/journal/ijhg
Dirce Silveira
04:28:47
Greetings from Dirce Silveira, Portugal
Lakshmi Balaji
04:28:50
Greetings from UNICEF
Negussie Wordofa
04:29:01
Greetings from Namibia
Hayfa Elamin
04:29:08
Greetings from Harare Zimbabwe
Patron Mafaune
04:29:13
Greetings from Zimbabwe
JEFF KABINDA
04:29:28
Bonjour à tous , de DAKAR-SENEGAL
Peter Gumbo
04:29:55
Greeting to everyone from Zimbabwe.
WHO team II
04:30:23
Please note that interpretation of this event is available in French, Spanish and English. When people are speaking live you can hear your preferred language by clicking on the interpretation button, that you can see marked by a globe at the bottom of your zoom screen. You can choose the language you would like.
Sandra Roca
04:31:01
Good afternoon everyone from USA Houston TX
Theopista Kabuteni
04:31:32
Good afternoon! From Kigali, Rwanda
Heem Shakya
04:31:42
Greetings from Nepal (Land of Buddha and Mount Everest)!
Zuzana Katreniakova
04:32:45
Good afternoon everyone from Slovakia
Pascal Garel
04:34:14
Greetings from Brussels
Yahya Ipuge
04:34:23
Dheepa it is very nice to see you again. It was a pleasure working with you from the first session.
Godelieve Van Heteren
04:35:58
Greetings. And special thanks to the hard work undertaken by the core team that carried this project over many years: UHC2030, Dheepa Rajan, I Papanicolas, Josep Figueras and Agnes Soucat and others in regions and countries.
WHO team II
04:38:16
Please find the link to the framework on Health Systems Performance Assessment for policy analysis here: https://tinyurl.com/HSPAbook
WHO team II
04:39:10
Veuillez trouver le lien vers le guide ici : https://tinyurl.com/HSPAbook
WHO team II
04:39:49
Please select "original sound" for better quality of English
WHO team II
04:40:24
Encontrará el enlace a este marco aquí: https://tinyurl.com/HSPAbook
Johra FERRAH
04:40:40
L'interprétation en français est remarquable, bravo à la demoiselle
Ricardo Fabrega
04:41:19
Good morning from Chile! Thanks for the link!!
WHO team II
04:44:48
Please find the link to the framework on Health Systems Performance Assessment for policy analysis here: https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/352686
Dr. Uzodinma Adirieje
04:47:13
Greetings! I’m:Dr. Uzodinma Adirieje.CEO and M&E Lead, Afrihealth Optonet Association (AHOA) - CSOs Network.President (2019 – April 2022), Nigerian Association of Evaluators (NAE).WhatsApp: +2348034725905Email: afrepton@gmail.comI'm based in Nigeria
Magda Rosenmoller
04:52:15
great job. very useful concept. Just one idea - would 'management' or 'leadership' not be a better term rather than 'governance', in the different functions, as it covers the responsibility of everyone, and the possibility of everyone to take part in it.
Ann SEROR
04:53:39
The health information infrastructure necessary to support this framework seems to be absent from the discussion… Please comment on this omission…
Peter Yeboah
04:53:53
Warm greetings from the Christian Health Association of Ghana(CHAG)! Peter Yeboah
Yahya Ipuge
04:54:00
Hi Magda, I think Governance is broader and inclusive of leadersgip and management
Raja Nadeem Altaf
04:55:03
Thank you so much for such engaging and insightful session.
Yahya Ipuge
04:55:33
I think Health Information is part of the governance and the ICT infrastructure should be part of Resource Generation
WHO team II
04:56:08
Of course, health information infrastructure or the ability to collect and analyse information is a determining factor for assessments. However, the framework we are launching today is aiming to support the analysis of existing data and information and link it to performance dimensions.
WHO team II
04:57:47
The governance function has 4 sub-functions: policy and vision; stakeholder voice; information and intelligence (which includes evidence and information), legislation and regulation
Ann SEROR
05:01:36
Health information infrastructure is not only the “ability to collect and analyse information”, but also the network of connections as well as ownership and control of such a network… (eg. proprietary vs. open source).
Rkichard Fitton
05:01:42
66% of UK citizens have now signed up to the NHS app which allows patients to access their records, read their records and results and share these records across the health and social care service providers - and with their families. This access is receiving good feedback.
WHO team II
05:03:08
AS - this would be part of the governance sub-function. I am putting the link to the publication here in case you would like to look into it: https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/352686
Konstantina Tsalapati
05:03:49
I apologise but we cannot hear the speaker well
Konstantina Tsalapati
05:04:04
Is a technical matter
Konstantina Tsalapati
05:04:10
?
Valeriya Nikolova
05:04:16
Excuse me, but I can not hear the speaker.
WHO team II
05:04:17
For better English quality, please select "original audio"
Konstantina Tsalapati
05:04:50
Many thanks, original audio works fine
Nadira Samha
05:05:37
Thanks Dr Abiad 👍
Mutaira Al Busaidi
05:05:49
There is issue with the voice !
WHO team II
05:06:01
For better English quality, please select "original audio"
Pauline Irungu
05:06:08
We are hearing so much echo
Omar Sam
05:06:14
This Framework is quite comprehensive and touches on all relevant aspects. However it is still at the conceptual stage and efforts should be made towards its operation through country support to use the approach. AFRO should be open to discussions on the ways forward in this direction ....
Mutaira Al Busaidi
05:06:16
👍🏼
Ammal Watfa Karaki
05:06:25
Lebanese resilience is not matched wth quality & accessible health services for vulnerable groups
WHO team II
05:06:37
Thank you for your comment, Omar!
Nadira Samha
05:06:58
Dr Abiad —> talking about actors and stakeholders context
WHO team II
05:07:10
Please find the link to the framework on Health Systems Performance Assessment for policy analysis here: https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/352686
Dr. Uzodinma Adirieje
05:07:46
The National Health Insurance system in Nigeria has largely not benefited/left out the poor and most vulnerable in its close to 20 years of existence, till this day.
WHO team II
05:08:53
To increase sound quality for English: select "original audio"
Abdirahman Moallim Ibrahim
05:11:02
The sound quality is not great
Ann SEROR
05:11:42
I have looked at this… “The somewhat indirect link between the information and intelligence sub-function and systems outcomes implies the notion that, ultimately, the use of intelligence enables other functions to influence performance (de Cos & Moral-Benito, 2014), which is largely the case for most governance sub-functions. In summary, this sub-function is about the organizational culture, policies and decisions with regard to the necessary infrastructure and capacities needed to enable data-driven decision-making at a systems level.”The critical importance of information infrastructure in this context is both underestimated and misunderstood…
WHO team II
05:11:58
We are experiencing some sound issues due to bad internet connection, we are working on it!
KUTZIN, Joseph Douglas
05:12:35
@Dr Uzodinma Adirieje: this relates closely to the idea of HSPA. The unit of analysis needs to be the whole population and whole system, not just the scheme and its members. So we need to promote the idea that any scheme, such as the NHIS, needs to be oriented to progress towards UHC assessed as the level of the whole population. If not, it may actually widen inequalities. The recent legislation to extend coverage on a non-contributory basis to 83 million people gives cause for hope, but it is the implementation that matters, and applying HSPA to this in the right way can help assess whether the "new" NHIS is working to narrow these gaps.
WHO team
05:14:25
Apologies for the sound problems that some people are experiencing. We are working on it behind the scenes. Thank you for your patience
Liisa-Maria Voipio-Pulkki
05:15:58
ICT infrastructures and data governance are essential to all health systems from now on. However, they should not be seen as separate entities but as integrated elements throughout the HSPA framework.
WHO team II
05:17:58
AS: One of the key aspects of the HSPA framework is that the 4 functions work together to achieve health system outcomes - the interaction between and within the functions are thus quite relevant. Especially in regard to information and data.
Godelieve Van Heteren
05:18:53
Happy the 'governance functions' are really elaborated much more intelligently in the framework. Its cross-cutting importance cannot be stated enough.
Mary Olaleye
05:20:16
@KUTZIN, Joseph Douglas, I totally agree with you, but like you mentioned, it is not enough to have the frameworks and policies, the most important thing is the implementation. Especially in LMICs.
Ann SEROR
05:22:05
ICT infrastructures determine to a considerable extent what data are collected and who may have access to these data for analysis and synthesis…
WHO team II
05:24:17
As: the governance function aims at fostering a culture of data-driven, evidence-based decision-making and works together with other functions to achieve this aim. Access to data and availability of data are of course key aspects in this regard which are not just part of the governance function but all 4 functions jointly.
WHO team II
05:24:36
The framework is conceptual rather than being an operational tool but of course is should have real world applications (reference to LMICs)
Nadira Samha
05:24:48
Thanks Dr Awad; always a reference in health systems,
KUTZIN, Joseph Douglas
05:25:06
@MaryOlaleye - 100% agree. This is why HSPA, including applied policy research, needs to be a regular part of what health systems do. It is never the case that everything goes perfectly as planned, and new challenges emerge. Health systems need to use their "brains" to understand what is happening and adjust. This never ends.
Rkichard Fitton
05:26:44
Data from digital and mobile health system records ae valuable for health system assessment. A group of professionals and affiliated associations, linked through HIFA membership ( www.hifa.org ) have submitted a proposal for discussion at the April 24th to April 27th United Nations World Data Forum which will take place in Hangzhou, China. Our proposal is: ""The time has come for the UN to establish a new standard for cyber communication and digital personal health data data management because. The responsibility can neither be left to the private sector nor to a handful of nations.”
Nadira Samha
05:28:31
@KUTZIN because of that service delivery is necessary to know what impacts the health systems, applied policy and research analysis can provide the understanding of health systems performance!
Ann SEROR
05:31:52
Private vs. public ownership of data in the global health care system is a critical crossroads for integration…
WHO team
05:32:34
Dear participants, We will extend the webinar for 10 extra minutes . Thank you.
Nadira Samha
05:35:04
Yes Thanks, it’s of importance for further benefits and space of discussion
WHO team II
05:35:29
Yes, this is only the beginning of a discussion and wer are happy to engage further with everyone!
Rkichard Fitton
05:36:27
Data saves lives: reshaping health and social care with data - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/data-saves-lives-reshaping-health-and-social-care-with-dataPatient transparency consent and government and professional oversight of use of GP data for research. 61,654,788 patients registered at GP practices 1 May 2022. Population of UK 67.89 million 2020.Every GP registered patient has a Digital record on one of 3 or four digital EHR systems and data for research can - with appropriate information governance search that data during or outside of a crisis."The government has set out its new data strategy for health and social care in England and put “public trust and confidence front and centre” after widespread concern over consent and confidentiality stalled the launch of the GP data collection scheme last year."
Zoltán Alexin
05:39:05
I can agree with processing statistical data, but would not want to see that digital health is turning into a orwellian ever seeing surveillance system. It should be declare that performance assessments should always use aggregated, statistical data which is collected in a 100% transparent way.
Rkichard Fitton
05:42:21
The Health and social care with data policy includes an anti Orwellian promise and measure of patients access to their records It is backed by a series of concrete commitments, including:investing in secure data environments to power life-saving research and treatmentsusing technology to allow staff to spend more quality time with patientsgiving people better access to their own data through shared care records and the NHS App
José Maria Albuquerque
05:45:24
The effectiveness of health systems impact assessment has been "concept proofed " in the design of national health plans, in European countries (I am thinking about Portugal, and the work of the EU group on that topic around 2007/8) I would have liked to seee this experience and "aqui" shared and discusssed. Dr Zsuzsanna Jakab emphasised that.Warm regrade Joe, from Lisbon!
WHO team II
05:45:59
We have a chapter (i.e. function) on resource generation which includes the governance of resource generation. And here we really look into planning issues (including workforce).
Zoltán Alexin
05:47:02
I cannot imagine that medical data processing can be "fair" until patients receives data protection (privacy) explanation (leaflet) offering him/her to consent or dissent.
Ann SEROR
05:47:07
This framework does not present any “causal” links…
Saliyou SANNI
05:48:02
Congratulations for this important document that clarifies health system functions and provide an adequate framework for policy analysis. I have to leave at 13H00 to join another call
WHO team II
05:48:17
The HSPA framework focusses on the linkages between the functions and intermediate and final goals (https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/352686)
Nicola Wardrop
05:48:37
Thanks for all the work on this framework - its great to see the fruits of a significant piece of work!
KUTZIN, Joseph Douglas
05:48:41
many of us love boxes and arrows!!
WHO team II
05:49:20
Please find the link to the framework on Health Systems Performance Assessment for policy analysis here: https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/352686
WHO team II
05:49:41
Veuillez trouver le lien vers le guide ici: https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/352686
WHO team II
05:50:08
Encontrará el enlace a este marco aquí: https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/352686
Godelieve Van Heteren
05:50:30
Thanks again to all. La luta continua…
Liisa-Maria Voipio-Pulkki
05:51:18
Agree, congratulations and let’s disseminate this document to our colleagues and keep the debate alibi!
Aloysius Ssennyonjo
05:51:21
This is a great effort. The challenge remains how to disentangle the complexity within the causal pathway
Liisa-Maria Voipio-Pulkki
05:51:22
alive
Cosmina Donos
05:51:29
Thank you All!
Debora Miranda
05:51:38
https://tinyurl.com/HSPAbook
Dirce Silveira
05:51:39
Thank you!
Andreea Steriu
05:51:40
Thank you! Good bye