Innovative Ways to Close Critical Health Financing Gaps
This project examines ways to close three gaps that pose major challenges to global health improvement: the under-funding of global public goods, a health financing gap in middle-income countries, and a gap in the provision of domestic resources for health in low- and middle-income countries.
Strengthening the United States Government’s Role in Research and Development for Global Health
The Center conducted a study commissioned by the Global Health Technologies Coalition in collaboration with the Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy to understand the U.S. government’s role in global health research and development. The report on the findings of the project can be found here.
Developing evidence-based policy options to support China’s achievement of the health SDGs
Gavin Yamey is a co-investigator on this DGHI project, led by Professor Shenglan Tang. The project aims to generate evidence-based approaches and offer policy options that can be used by the Chinese government to develop and implement effective health policies and achieve health equity throughout China.
Accountable health financing solutions in sub-Saharan Africa
Gavin Yamey is collaborating with Duke’s Innovations in Healthcare on this project; working with regional bodies and country-level multi-stakeholder platforms, the project aims to share knowledge, strengthen accountability, and promote health financing policies and processes that advance universal health coverage.
Disease Control Priorities, 3rd Edition (DCP3)
The Center’s director, Gavin Yamey, is a co-author on two upcoming chapters of the third edition of the Disease Control Priorities Project (DCP3). These chapters are focused on (i) identifying the highest priority inter-sectoral interventions to improve health, and (ii) developing an “essential” list of interventions to be included in universal health coverage packages.
Investing in Health: The Economic Case
Gavin Yamey, along with his co-authors Naomi Beyeler, Hester Wadge, and Dean Jamison, authored a new report “Investing in Health: The Economic Case” at the World Innovation Summit for Health on 30th November, 2016. The report summarizes the evidence on the impressive returns to investing in health and makes a strong case for governments and donors to invest in cost-effective interventions.
Recent Publications by Center Authors
Strengthening the United States Government’s Role in Product Development for Global Health
Authors: Gavin Yamey, Andrea Thoumi, Jonathan Gonzalez-Smith, Cynthia Binanay, Ipchita Bharali, Zeena Johar, David Ridley, Nick Chapman
Opinion: Why tax reform is a gateway to sustainable development
Author: Graham Glenday | Citation: Devex website; 29th October, 2016
Trends in State-Level Child Mortality, Maternal Mortality, And Fertility Rates in India
Authors: Vidit Munshi, Gavin Yamey and Stéphane Verguet | Citation: Health Affairs 2016; 35: 1759-1763
Next generation maternal health: external shocks and health-system innovations
Authors: Margaret E Kruk, Stephanie Kujawski, Cheryl A Moyer, Richard M Adanu, Kaosar Afsana, Jessica Cohen, Amanda Glassman, Alain Labrique, K Srinath Reddy, Gavin Yamey | Citation: Lancet 2016; 388: 2296–306
Mexico’s path towards the Sustainable Development Goal for health: an assessment of the feasibility of reducing premature mortality by 40% by 2030
Authors: Eduardo González-Pier, Mariana Barraza-Lloréns, Naomi Beyeler, Dean Jamison, Felicia Knaul, Rafael Lozano, Gavin Yamey, Jaime Sepúlveda | Citation: Lancet Global Health 2016, 4:e714-e725
Protecting human security: proposals for the G7 Ise-Shima Summit in Japan
Authors: Japan Global Health Working Group | Citation: Lancet 2016, 387:2155-62
How much donor financing for health is channelled to global versus country-specific aid functions?
Authors: Marco Schäferhoff, Sara Fewer, Jessica Kraus, Emil Richter, Lawrence H Summers, Jesper Sundewall, Gavin Yamey, Dean T Jamison | Citation: Lancet 2015;386: 2436-2441
Global health 2035: a world converging within a generation
Authors: Dean T Jamison, Lawrence H Summers, George Alleyne, Kenneth J Arrow, Seth Berkley, Agnes Binagwaho, Flavia Bustreo, David Evans, Richard G A Feachem, Julio Frenk, Gargee Ghosh, Sue J Goldie, Yan Guo, Sanjeev Gupta, Richard Horton, Margaret E Kruk, Adel Mahmoud, Linah K Mohohlo, Mthuli Ncube, Ariel Pablos-Mendez, K Srinath Reddy, Helen Saxenian, Agnes Soucat, Karen H Ulltveit-Moe, Gavin Yamey | Citation: Lancet 2013; 382: 1898–955