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The world health report 2000 : [publication] : health systems : improving performance /

by Organisation mondiale de la santé‏ ‎.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Geneva : WHO, 2000Description: 215 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 924156198X.MeSH subject(s): World Health | Health Status | Communicable Disease Control | Communicable Diseases | Life Expectancy | Mortality | Measles | Tuberculosis, Pulmonary | Malaria | Poliomyelitis | Tetanus | HIV Seroprevalence | Disease Outbreaks | Vaccines | Forecasting | Health Status Indicators | Communicable Diseases -- transmission | Communicable Diseases -- epidemiology | Malaria -- epidemiology | Measles -- epidemiology | Poliomyelitis -- epidemiology | Tetanus -- epidemiology | Tuberculosis, Pulmonary -- epidemiologyPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: HandbookOnline resources: Date de consultation : 15.04.2004 Summary: 1. Why do health systems matter ? 1.1. How modern health systems evolved. 1.2. Three generations of health system reform. 1.3. Focusing on performance. 2.1. Attainment and performance. 2.2. Goals and functions. 3. Health services : well chosen, well organized ? 3.1. Organizational failings. 3.2. Enforcing priorities by rationing care. 3.3. After choosing priorities : service organization and provider incentives. 3.4. service delivery configurations. 4. What resources are needed ? 4.1. Health care resource profiles. 4.2. Changing investment patterns. 5. Who pays for health systems ? 5.1. Prepayment and collection. 5.2. Spreading risk and subsidizing the poor : pooling of resources. 5.3. Strategic purchasing. 5.4. Incentives. 6. How is the public interest protected ? 6.1. Health policy - vision for the future. 6.2. Setting the rules, ensuring compliance. 7. Statistical annex. 7.1. Health system attainment and performance in all Member States, ranked by eight measures, estimates for 1997. 7.2. Basic indicators for all Member States. 7.3. Deaths by cause, sex and mortality stratum in WHO regions, estimates for 1999. 7.4. Burden of disease in disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) by cause, sex and mortality stratum in WHO regions, estimates for 1999. 8. List of member states by WHO region and mortality stratum. 9.1. Structure of health sysem financing and provision in four countries. 9.2. Poverty, ill-health and cost-effectiveness. 9.3. The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI). 9.4. Responsiveness to patients' rights.
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1. Why do health systems matter ? 1.1. How modern health systems evolved. 1.2. Three generations of health system reform. 1.3. Focusing on performance. 2.1. Attainment and performance. 2.2. Goals and functions. 3. Health services : well chosen, well organized ? 3.1. Organizational failings. 3.2. Enforcing priorities by rationing care. 3.3. After choosing priorities : service organization and provider incentives. 3.4. service delivery configurations. 4. What resources are needed ? 4.1. Health care resource profiles. 4.2. Changing investment patterns. 5. Who pays for health systems ? 5.1. Prepayment and collection. 5.2. Spreading risk and subsidizing the poor : pooling of resources. 5.3. Strategic purchasing. 5.4. Incentives. 6. How is the public interest protected ? 6.1. Health policy - vision for the future. 6.2. Setting the rules, ensuring compliance. 7. Statistical annex. 7.1. Health system attainment and performance in all Member States, ranked by eight measures, estimates for 1997. 7.2. Basic indicators for all Member States. 7.3. Deaths by cause, sex and mortality stratum in WHO regions, estimates for 1999. 7.4. Burden of disease in disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) by cause, sex and mortality stratum in WHO regions, estimates for 1999. 8. List of member states by WHO region and mortality stratum. 9.1. Structure of health sysem financing and provision in four countries. 9.2. Poverty, ill-health and cost-effectiveness. 9.3. The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI). 9.4. Responsiveness to patients' rights.