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Anti-corruption work relating to the production, supply, distribution, sale and marking of medicines, vaccines and other healthcare products. To prevent theft and safe products, the supply chain should be well designed and have robust checks and balances.
Anti-corruption work relating to healthcare budgeting and financing. The theft of funds from health systems is a serious issue in many countries. The loss of healthcare funds reduces the total amount available to provide services and treatments for patients.
Anti-corruption work on health system governance, which determines the primary objectives of a health system and the direction of policy and legislation needed to achieve these.
Anti-corruption work relating to the systems and management of healthcare data. It is essential that reliable and accurate data is to use to inform healthcare policy and service deliver.
Anti-corruption work relating to the promotion and advertising of healthcare products. The improper marketing of products in the healthcare sector can lead to the use of inappropriate products and unnecessary treatments.
Other anti-corruption work conducted by TI-Chapters.
Anti-corruption work relating to the purchasing of healthcare resources, such as facilities, medicines and equipment. Corruption in procurement can lead to the purchase of obsolete, dangerous, ineffective, or undelivered products, facilities and services.
Anti-corruption work relating to the regulation of the healthcare sector. Corruption in healthcare regulation is a serious issue and recognised as such – failures or breaches of regulation put patients in danger.
Anti-corruption work relating to studies and trials of new medicines and healthcare equipment. Corruption risks, such as misleading findings or suppressing negative results, can put the lives of patients at risk.
Anti-corruption work relating to the provision of healthcare services. Any type of corruption during the delivery of a healthcare service will directly impact on the quality and level of care offered to patients by providers.
Anti-corruption work relating to doctors, nurses and all other healthcare workers. The theft of healthcare funds and corruption in the management of healthcare providers, for example, will limit the quality of healthcare services delivered to patients.