Coordinator for Healthy Ageing and Disability and Long-term Care at WHO Regional Office for Europe
Manfred Huber has joined WHO in 2009, where he provides advice to Member States in Europe on health and social care reform for healthy ageing, better coordination of care, long-term care, disability and rehabilitation. Prior to this, he has been Director Health and Care with the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research in Vienna. Moreover, he worked for ten years with the OECD in Paris, where he was in charge of ageing and health, health indicators and health accounting. Manfred Huber is the author of a number of books on health and social services for ageing populations. He has over 25 years of experience with international comparisons of health and social policy.
Manfred Huber graduated from the University of Munich with a Master of Science in Mathematics and holds a PhD in Economics.
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See also: World Health Organization (WHO) - Specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health
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ILC UK hosted virtual event exploring how the EU and UK can work together on healthy ageing