Nov 30 2017
Transforming Health Systems
While health spending has increased dramatically around the world, access to affordable, quality services—without the risk of financial hardship—has lagged. At the same time, though health systems increasingly serve as buffers between vulnerable communities and crises, inadequate and ill-resourced national health systems lack the capacity to meet daily health needs, let alone anticipate, prepare for, and recover from health shocks down the line.