As Part Of Financing Global Health 2017 Report, IHME Publishes Studies On HIV/AIDS, UHC Spending
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation: Financing Global Health 2017: Funding Universal Health Coverage and the Unfinished HIV/AIDS Agenda
“Financing Global Health 2017 is the ninth edition of IHME’s annual series on global health spending and health financing. In addition to describing the trends in development assistance for health (DAH) and domestic government, prepaid private, and out-of-pocket health spending, this year’s report features a deep dive into financing focused on HIV/AIDS. … Such analysis is invaluable as we look toward attaining universal health coverage (UHC), another focal point of this year’s report…” (4/17).
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation: First Long-Term Study Finds Half Trillion Dollars Spent on HIV/AIDS
“Spending on HIV/AIDS globally between 2000 and 2015 totaled more than half a trillion dollars, according to a new scientific study, the first long-term and comprehensive analysis of funding for the disease…” (4/17).
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation: New Study Finds People Covered by Universal Health Coverage Will Fall Far Below U.N. Sustainable Development Goal
“An estimated 5.4 billion people globally are expected to be covered under some form of universal health care (UHC) by 2030, up from 4.3 billion in 2015, but far below the related target in United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3, according to a new scientific study. The study finds that, while health spending is expected to rise over the coming decades, it is likely to continue constraining efforts to achieve universal health coverage…” (4/17).
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