Priority-Setting in Health: Building Institutions for Smarter Public Spending
AbstractCreating and developing fair and evidence-based national and global systems to more rationally set priorities for public spending on health. An interim secretariat should be there to incubate a global health technology assessment facility designed to help governments develop national systems and donors get greater value for money in their grants. [CGD Brief]. URL:[http://www.cgdev.org/files/1426240_file_priority_setting_global_health_FINAL.pdf].
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public spending; public health; India; cost-effectiveness studies; Disease burden; health policy; deaths; immunization; health technology; Low- and middle-income countries; donor spending; HIV/AIDS allocation; national public hospitals; subsidies; subsidized; low- and middle-income countries; Budget impact; rationing;
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- Damian Walker & Julia A. Fox-Rushby, 2000. "Economic evaluation of communicable disease interventions in developing countries: a critical review of the published literature," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 9(8), pages 681-698.
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