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Public Spending on Health: A Closer Look at Global Trends

{"en": "The 2018 global health financing report presents health spending data for all WHO Member States between 2000 and 2016 based on the SHA 2011 methodology. It shows a transformation trajectory for the global spending on health, with increasing domestic public funding and declining external financing. This report a?so presents, for the first time, spending on primary health care and specific diseases and looks closely at the relationship between spending and service coverage.\r\nThe report\u2019s key messages include:\r\nGlobal trends in health spending confirm the transformation of the world\u2019s funding of health services.\r\nDomestic spending on health is central to universal health coverage, but there is no clear trend of increased government priority for health.\r\nPrimary health care is a priority for expenditure tracking.\r\nAllocations across disease and interventions differ between external and government sources and\r\nPerformance of government spending on health can improve.", "lo": "", "km": "", "th": "", "vi": "", "my": ""}

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Document type Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)
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  • English
  • Public health
  • SDG3 Good Health and Well-Being
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Author (corporate) World Health Organization
Publication date 2018
Keywords universal health coverage,spending on health
Date uploaded November 21, 2019, 16:29 (UTC)
Date modified November 25, 2019, 06:56 (UTC)