A System-Wide Approach to Analysing Efficiency across Health Programmes

Health Financing Diagnostics & Guidance No 2

by Susan Sparkes, Antonio Durán, Joseph Kutzin
World Health Organization, 2017

36 pp. 795 kB

The approach is meant to equip countries with a framework to identify and correct inefficiencies that compromise governments’ ability to improve, or at the very least sustain, the delivery of priority health services. More specifically, the aim is to look across the array of health programmes that are part of each country’s health system in order to detect “cross-programmatic” duplications, overlaps and misalignments. Once these have been identified, there is a foundation to address them through changes to specific aspects of how programmes are configured and operate within the context of a country’s overall health system.

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