System of Health Accounts (SHA) is a useful tool; through analysis of the system of health financing indicators, it helps to describe systematically the flow of the financial resources relating to the use, the consumption of the health goods and services across the country. In Vietnam, the Ministry of Health has developed a system of […]
Worldwide, health systems are being asked to do more with less. In many countries, donor funds have stagnated or are declining. This sharp decline could have broad implications for the health sector— particularly those that rely heavily on donor resources. New and emerging threats, such as Zika and Ebola, are also testing weak and fragile […]
Worldwide, health systems are being asked to do more with less. In many countries, donor funds have stagnated or are declining. Policymakers can influence public and private health spending to improve efficiency, quality, equity, and expand access to life-saving health services. To succeed, however, governments need evidence around their health financing landscape. More and more, […]
Resource Type: Report Authors: Pham Le Tuan Published: June 2016 Resource Description: Hệ thống Tài khoản y tế (SHA – System of Health Account) là một công cụ hữu ích trình bày một cách có hệ thống dòng chảy của các nguồn tài chính liên quan đến sử dụng các hàng hóa và dịch vụ y tế […]
Poster presented at the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR)’s Fifth ISPOR Latin America Conference, “Increasing Access to Health Care in Latin America: Making Better Decisions for Greater Equity,” held September 6-9, 2015 in Santiago, Chile.
Ending preventable child and maternal deaths is at the forefront of country and development partner health agendas. While progress has been made over the last few decades, significant challenges remain. Of all of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the least progress has been made toward Goal 5 – Improving maternal health.
Resource Type: Brief Authors: Heather Cogswell, Catherine Connor, Tesfaye Dereje, Avril Kaplan, and Sharon Nakhimovsky Published: 09/2013 Resource Description: Health resource tracking is the process of measuring health spending and the flow of financial resources among health sector actors. Health resource tracking is a vital component of health systems strengthening as it provides stakeholders with […]