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WHO Committee Adopts Weakened Draft Resolution On Drug Pricing Transparency

Reuters: WHO agrees watered-down resolution on transparency in drug costs “World Health Organization members agreed on Tuesday to push for clearer drug pricing but stepped back from proposals by activists to force pharmaceutical firms to disclose the cost of making medicines. … An earlier draft of the text would have…

Technology Plays Role In Helping To Achieve UHC, Philips Expert Says

World Economic Forum: How technology can help us achieve universal health care Henk de Jong, chief of international markets at Philips, discusses the role of technology in advancing health care, writing, “With the power of technology and digital tools in our hands, and the willingness of the public and private…

Development Community, Private Sector Must Work Together To Fill Global Health Financing Gap

Devex: Opinion: A fresh take on the global health financing gap Brigit Helms, vice president for technical services at DAI; Chris LeGrand, president at DAI Global Health; and Robin Young, technical adviser and team leader on investment and financial services projects in frontier markets at DAI “The international development community…

Africans Should Lead Continent’s Long-Term Health Investment Strategies

Project Syndicate: Investing in Africans’ Health Carl Manlan, 2016 New Voices fellow at the Aspen Institute and chief operating officer at the Ecobank Foundation “…Increasing health care spending in Africa is not a matter of ramping up aid … Rather, it is about getting private actors — especially Africans –…