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Office of Health Economics (OHE)

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The Office of Health Economics (OHE) works to improve healthcare through pioneering and innovative research, analysis and education. As a global thought leader and publisher in the economics of health, health care, and life sciences, we work in partnership with Universities, Government, health systems and the pharmaceutical industry to research and respond to global health challenges.

As we grapple with the pressing realities of climate change and the budget and capacity constraints of health systems, innovative and sustainable solutions are paramount. This is where OHE and Health Economics is playing our part – a powerful discipline poised to revolutionise how we approach this global issue. From examining the impact of investing in prevention, reducing the need for resource-intensive treatments and interventions, to exploring the incentives of green healthcare practices and the opportunities available for greening the global supply chain, our work cuts across the health and care sectors, seeking out innovative and creative solutions at this vital time.

Supporting the following commitments:

  • Conduct climate change and health vulnerability and adaptation assessments (V&As) at population level and/or health care facility level.
  • Develop a health national adaptation plan (HNAP) informed by the health V&A, which forms part of the National Adaptation Plan.
  • Use the V&A and HNAP to facilitate access to climate change funding for health.
  • Develop an action plan or roadmap by a set date to develop a sustainable low carbon health system (including supply chains).

Country experience:

OHE has a permanent physical presence in the UK but with 80% of our work focused outside of the UK, our team, expertise and work is global in nature and reach.


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