European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
Observatoire européen des systèmes et des politiques de santé
Europäisches Observatorium für Gesundheitssysteme und Gesundheitspolitik
Jun 1998, as European Observatory on Health Care Systems (EOHCS), a partnership between E-XE9798 - WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe), Government of Norway, Government of Spain, F-XF0670 - European Investment Bank (EIB), F-XF1393 - International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), 'London School of Economics and Political Science' and G-XG3805 - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) in association with 'Open Society Institute'. Subsequently known as European Observatory on Health Care Systems and Policies. Secretariat based at K-XK1867 - European Centre for Health Policy (ECHP).
Monitor, analyse and evaluate reform initiatives in WHO member states.
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