Module III: Health and HIV Economics

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Health and HIV Economics: An Overview

Economics and the basic economic problem Markets and price formation
Market failures in Health Care Provision
Funding health systems to increase quality, fairness and reducing market failures

Readings:
- Uganda: HIV Response & Modes of Transmission Analysis
- State of the Art: Aids and Economics

Presentations:
- Market failures in Pharma
- Markets: Demand and Supply
 

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Effectiveness-Based Prioritization and Resource Allocation for HIV Populations and Interventions

What is it Economic Evaluation Techniques of Economic Evaluation: CBA, CEA, CUA
What is it Resource Allocation and how it is done in BZ
Investment Framework: a proposal to improve allocation
MOT: Evidence to improve resource allocation
GOALS model: a tool to link epidemiology and resource allocation based in cost effectiveness analysis

Readings:
- Economic Appraisal of Public Health Interventions (Briefing paper)
- Trent Focus for Research and Development in Primary Health Care

Presentation:
- Resource Allocation

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Funding the Response: Country Ownership and Sustainability

What is it NASA (National Spending Assessments)
How BZ funding mix stands in terms of dependency and financial vulnerability
How BZ Spending profile relates to NSP, Investment Framework and MOT
It is sustainable the growth rate of people living with AIDS in BZ? What needs to be made to reduce the economic impact of the epidemic?

Readings:
- National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA): Classification and Definitions

Presentations:
- National AIDS Spending Assessment Methodology
- National 2010 AIDS Spending in Belize
- Sustainability Strategy

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