[Priority setting for health interventions in Mexico's System of Social Protection in Health].

  title={[Priority setting for health interventions in Mexico's System of Social Protection in Health].},
  author={Eduardo Gonz{\'a}lez-Pier and Cristina Guti{\'e}rrez-Delgado and Gretchen Stevens and Mariana Barraza-Llor{\'e}ns and Ra{\'u}l Porras-Condey and Natalie Carvalho and Kristen Loncich and Rodrigo H Dias and Sandeep Kulkarni and Anna Casey and Yuki Murakami and Majid Ezzati and Joshua A Salomon},
  journal={Salud publica de Mexico},
  volume={49 Suppl 1},
Explicit priority setting presents Mexico with the opportunity to match the pressure and complexity of an advancing epidemiological transition with evidence-based policies driven by a fundamental concern for how to make the best use of scarce resources to improve population health. The Mexican priority-setting experience describes how standardised analytical approaches to decision making, mainly burden of disease and cost-effectiveness analyses, combine with other criteria -eg, being responsive… CONTINUE READING

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