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Yazdi-Feyzabadi V, Mehrolhassani M H, Amini-Rarani M. Profile of Productivity and Equity in Health Resource Generation: Policy Implications of Iran’s Health Transformation Plan. EBHPME 2020; 4 (1) :49-56
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Health Management and Economics Research Center, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran , m.amini@mng.mui.ac.ir
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Resource generation in health system provides mechanisms for training efficient and effective workforce and supplies facilities and equipment for delivering health services. Iran’s Health Transformation Plan is one of the major reforms implemented in 2014 designed to realize the scientific authority of the country among the countries in the region in horizon 2025 (Solar Year 1404). Therefore, the state of function of resource generation in the areas of education, research, and infrastructure suitable for provision of health services may provide valuable policy implications for informed decision-making. Therefore, the status of resource generation in the areas of education, research and infrastructure (focusing on human resources and medicine as two expensive and effective drivers) from the lens of productivity and equity can provide invaluable policy implications for informed decision-making. The function of resource generation in the three areas of education, research, and infrastructures of human resources and medicine in health system encounters many challenges in terms of productivity and equity. In this perspective paper, besides assessing these challenges in the light of available research evidence, it has been tried to identify these and aimed to suggest several policy recommendations in these areas for improving evidence-based policymaking.
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Type of Study: Review Article | Subject: Health Policy
Received: 2019/09/24 | Accepted: 2020/09/22 | Published: 2020/03/20

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