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Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL)

Mar. 27, 2019

The iDSI Theory of Change outlines the key causal steps and preconditions for translating iDSI support into the institutionalisation and capacity-strengthening required for “better decisions”, and underpins our monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) framework – how we measure and judge the success of our work – but also critically shapes how we strategically plan our activities, how we communicate our …

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iDSI Reference Case for Economic Evaluation

Aug. 29, 2017

The iDSI Reference Case is a principle-based approach to guide the planning, conduct and reporting of economic evaluations. It provides decision makers with relevant and reliable ways to determine the likely implications of implementing a treatment or health service in specific contexts. Its primary focus is on meeting the informational needs of decision makers in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). …

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Guide to health economic analysis and research (GEAR)

Have an economic evaluation query you need help with? GEAR is a global platform specialising in helping low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), and academics, researchers, and health technology assessment (HTA) practitioners worldwide to conduct high quality, policy relevant health economics research. It enables you to explore the solutions to your research questions through mind maps, which compare guidelines and produce …

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What’s In, What’s Out: Designing Benefits for Universal Health Coverage

Aug. 24, 2017

A contribution from iDSI and the Center for Global Development, What’s In, What’s Out: Designing Benefits for Universal Health Coverage, edited by Amanda Glassman, Ursula Giedion and Peter Smith—argues that an explicit Health Benefits Package, to be funded with public monies, is an essential element of a sustainable and effective health system, and considers the institutional, fiscal, methodological, legal and …