Category Archives: global health

The Case for Cost-Effectiveness

It appears I’ve engaged in a bit of a bait and switch.  At the end of my last post I promised to address the issue of HIV-related health expenditures dominating global health budgets and the adverse effects of such overfunding.  … Continue reading

Posted in Cost-effectiveness, global health, HIV, HIV/AIDS, life expectancy, priority-setting | 3 Comments

Root Solutions

We often talk about root causes of poverty and health issues because tackling root causes can be more economical, can result in less suffering, or both. Many (like me) are of the mindset that we must address both problems and … Continue reading

Posted in delivery gap, global development, global health, implementation science | 2 Comments