Indicators to measure country pharmaceutical situations
The WHA 54.11 WHO medicines strategy acknowledged four main objectives of WHO's medicines strategy, namely, to frame and implement policies; to ensure access; to ensure quality, safety and efficacy; and to promote rational use of medicines. To monitor the progress of efforts to improve the global medicines situation, WHO has developed a system of indicators that measure importance aspects of a country's pharmaceutical situation.
Level 1 Indicators
Measure the existence and performance of key national pharmaceutical structures and processes.
Level 2 Indicators
Measure key outcomes of the structures and processes in the area of access, product quality and rational use.