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Globalization and Health 14.29

Health System Innovations: Adapting to Rapid Change

Published on 9 March 2018

A fundamental challenge for health systems is the need to adapt to changes in the patterns of health service need, scientific and technological developments, and the economic and institutional contexts within which providers of health services are embedded. This is especially true of many low and middle-income countries, where the pace of multiple and interconnected changes is breath-taking.

At a major meeting of UHC2030 in Tokyo in December 2017 several leaders in global health emphasized the potential role of technological innovations in making progress towards universal health coverage.

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Gerald Bloom

Research Fellow

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Annie Wilkinson

Research Fellow

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BioMed Central
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Bloom, G., Wilkinson, A., Bhuiya, A.
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Globalization and Health, volume 14, issue 29
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https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-018-0347-8

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