Fb2 Guide to Producing National Health Accounts: With Special Applications for Low-income and Middle-income Countries ePub
by World Health Organization
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Author:||World Health Organization|
|Publisher:||World Health Organization (January 1, 2003)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1989 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1318 kb|
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With Special Applications for Low-income and Middle-income Countries.
With Special Applications for Low-income and Middle-income Countries. Authors: WHO. Publication details.
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In a wide range of countries, health care is provided by a complex and shifting combination of government and private sector entities (both for profit and non-profit). Custodian - WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION.
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Quality of Drugs in Low-Income Countries. The proliferation of sub-standard pharmaceutical products and the overuse of antibiotics are significant global health challenges today. The first looked at the quality of drugs manufactured in India but marketed globally, while the second looked at the rise of antimicrobial resistance and its association with out-of-pocket payments.
Format: Book Government Document. Published: Geneva : World Health Organization, c2003.
Corporate Author: ebrary, Inc. Format: Book Government Document. Subjects: Health planning Methodology Developing countries.
Demand (for health services): (i) the health care expectations expressed by individuals or communities; (ii) the . Geneva, World Bank, WHO, USAID, 2003.
Demand (for health services): (i) the health care expectations expressed by individuals or communities; (ii) the willingness and/or ability to seek, use and, in some settings, pay for services. May be subdivided into expressed demand (equated with use) and potential demand. May be subdivided into rational demand (demand that corresponds to need) and irrational demand (demand that does not correspond to need).
and middle-income countries: results from the World Health Survey.
Health inequality monitoring: with a special focus on low- and middle-income countries Lecture 5: Complex measures of health inequality How can health inequalities be measured?, Recall: Simple measures make pairwise comparisons of health between two subgroups, Complex measures use of data from all subgroups to assess inequality. Socioeconomic inequalities in risk factors for noncommunicable diseases in lowincome and middle-income countries: results from the World Health Survey. BMC Public Health, 2012, 12:912.
In several low-and middle-income countries to inform health sector planning processes and has also been used to generate estimates for global advocacy efforts. Objective: To do resource and cost projections for the entire Cambodian health sector using the OneHealth tool, during the development of the third national health strategic plan 2016-2020.
A wide range of digital health initiatives have been piloted in response to specific healthcare challenges in low and middle income .
A wide range of digital health initiatives have been piloted in response to specific healthcare challenges in low and middle income countries (LMICs). These leverage ubiquitous technologies such as mobile phone networks and devices, combined with increasingly sophisticated national level health information systems and information exchanges. In 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations (UN) Foundation and Johns Hopkins University Global mHealth Initiative jointly developed the mHealth Assessment and Planning for Scale Toolkit (MAPS), which includes a self-scoring rubric to examine digital health project maturity across six axes (Fig.