McMaster Health Forum launches revamped Health Systems Evidence

Improvements to provide health policymakers and stakeholders with better access to research evidence

Health Systems Evidence (HSE) has recently improved its ability to support policymakers, stakeholders and researchers who want access the best available research evidence in a timely manner. The site now features a number of enhancements, including: responsive design to optimize the interface on both desktop and mobile; a more powerful open search function; a guided search option to help inexperienced users quickly find what they need; and the ability to save preferred searches, save retrieved documents and exports results.

“We’re excited to launch the latest version of Health Systems Evidence – a powerful tool to help health-system policymakers, stakeholders and researchers rapidly identify research evidence about how to strengthen health systems and get the right programs, services and drugs to those who need them,” said Dr. John N. Lavis, Director of the McMaster Health Forum. “For all those looking for evidence to support policy decisions, we’re trying to help you do this better or more efficiently.”

Health Systems Evidence, a McMaster Health Forum initiative, is the world’s most comprehensive, continuously updated repository of research evidence about governance, financial and delivery arrangements within health systems, and about implementation strategies that can support change in health systems.

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