Strengthening Regulatory Systems Key To Reaching UHC, WHO Says

World Health Organization: Why we need strong regulatory systems to reach universal health coverage
This post discusses the need for strong regulatory oversight of health products in order to achieve universal health coverage and highlights the launch of WHO’s five year plan “Delivering Quality-assured Medical Products for All 2019-2023,” which outlines work and activities to reach four main objectives: strengthening country and regional regulatory systems, increasing regulatory preparedness for public health emergencies, strengthening and expanding WHO prequalification, and increasing the impact of WHO’s regulatory support activities (7/1).

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