Our Mission: To improve health and the value of healthcare by comparing and contrasting key drivers and approaches
to addressing healthcare costs and
outcomes across the globe, with a goal
of identifying and promoting successful, relevant, and replicable
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Workforce and Training
The World Health Organization defines a health worker as a person “engaged in actions whose primary intent is to enhance health.” Health workers in most countries consist of two main groups: the health care providers, such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, public health specialists, and affiliated professions; and health system workers such as regulators, planners, and managers who are not involved in the direct delivery of care but rather ensure that health systems function appropriately.