Health systems governance
The Health Systems Governance Programme supports Member States to strengthen their capacity to steer their health systems. This system’s function enables to define, lead and implement policies in health service delivery, health financing and resource generation, while responding to health priorities and reflecting own goals and values. In fact, strengthening governance at the policy, planning, purchasing and provision levels boosts rapid changes in the service delivery culture.Read more
Top storyAnnual meeting of ministers to set health priorities in Europe
On 17 September 2018 in Rome, Italy, health ministers and high-level representatives of the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region, along with partner organizations and civil society, will gather for the annual WHO Regional Committee for Europe. The Regional Committee provides an opportunity to discuss and make decisions related to key health priorities in the Region, as well as to report back on progress made towards implementing previously agreed policies and resolutions.
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