The Wennberg International Collaborative is a research network committed to improving healthcare by examining organizational and regional variation in health care resources, utilization, and outcomes.
This is a global community of scholars interested in comparative measurement particularly across a country's regions and health care organizations. Our goal is to advance the understanding of the causes and consequences of unwarranted variation (i.e. variation in health care not explained by differences in population needs or preferences) around the world, leading to clinical improvement and policy change.
IRDES is part of this network since its inception in 2010.