EVENT SERIES

Asia Health Policy Program (AHPP) 2021-22 Colloquium Series "Aligning Incentives for Better Health and More Resilient Health Systems in Asia”

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Aligning Incentives for Better Health and More Resilient Health Systems in Asia

Topics include how policymakers can promote mask-wearing, vaccination, and other science-based responses to the pandemic; how hospitals respond to changes in payment incentives; how measuring the value of medical spending could help align incentives to promote value; the predicted mortality impacts of climate change in Asia and making visible the social cost of carbon; and others ranging from nudges for healthy aging to policies on genomic data sharing, retirement decisions, and family planning. From Bangladesh to Bhutan, Beijing to Jakarta, Japan to Vietnam, the series will explore aligning incentives to promote better health and stronger healthcare systems. 

Events from this Series:

May 12, 2022
A Deadly Syndemic in Myanmar: The Coup, the Pandemic, and Challenges for Medical Humanitarian Response and Public Health System Recovery

April 27, 2022
Gender and Socioeconomic Differences in Aging: An International Comparison

April 14, 2022
China's Changing Demography

February 17, 2022
Assessing the Net Value of Medical Spending

​February 3, 2022
Health System Strengthening during the Pandemic and Beyond: Views from the Minister of Health of Bhutan

​November 11, 2021
Indonesia Beyond COVID-19

October 28, 2021
Provider Payment Reform in China: Evidence from the Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) Implementation

October 14, 2021
The Impact of Community Masking on COVID-19: Pandemic Responses in Bangladesh and Beyond