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Health economics and costing


Health economics and costing

Overview

Sustainable financing and the achievement of value for money in health interventions are increasingly recognised as key pillars in achieving the sustainable development goals for health and universal healthcare. At a time when many countries face large cuts to donor funding and competing demands for domestic resources, we provide technical support to decision makers in navigating this new reality.

Projects

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    Innovative funding for project to address teenage pregnancy

    Genesis Analytics has been appointed with a consortium of partners to provide technical support for a social impact bond to address HIV and pregnancy in school-going adolescent girls in South Africa.

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    Sustainable financing for SA School Health Programme

    The German Development Co-operation (GIZ), through its participation in the South African-German Multisectoral HIV Prevention Programme, appointed Genesis Analytics to support the South African government in strengthening the costing, budgeting and financing arrangements for the Integrated School Health Programme and in mobilising additional financial resources for the effective delivery of the programme.

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    Improving the accurate costing of HIV programmes in Africa

    Genesis has been awarded a contract to undertake a number of learning activities that will improve countries’ abilities to accurately cost their HIV programmes, using national data systems, and interpret existing cost data, thereby enabling more effective planning, budgeting and ongoing decision-making.

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    Charting sustainable roadmap for AIDS in Sri Lanka

    Genesis was contracted by UNAIDS to lead a transition readiness assessment (TRA) in Sri Lanka and develop an implementable sustainability roadmap to mitigate for transition risks and vulnerabilities.

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    Genesis counts cost of lifestyle diseases for Gauteng government

    The Gauteng Office of the Premier’s Planning Division contracted Genesis Analytics to determine the health and financial effects of non-communicable diseases on Gauteng’s health system for 2017-2030 and to recommend policies and best practices to address the growing burden in Gauteng.

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    Estimating cost of expanding community-based malaria control

    Genesis calculated the incremental cost of implementing and scaling-up community-based interventions in southern Angola to reduce the spread of malaria to neighbouring countries.

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    Pricing study for private eye care practice

    Genesis Analytics was contracted to evaluate a private healthcare practice’s baseline cost structures and practice operations, determine whether global fees for disease management appropriately recover their costs, and to assist with pricing strategy and evaluation.

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    Developing Sustainability Roadmaps for HIV/AIDS and TB in SA

    The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC), with support from the Global Fund, recently appointed Genesis Analytics to facilitate national and provincial-level progress towards achieving the country’s sustainability objectives for HIV/AIDS and TB.

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    Expert advice on private healthcare inquiry

    Genesis was commissioned by the Competition Commission of South Africa to provide expert advice on a potential inquiry into the private healthcare industry, which was prompted by a concern over the increases in costs in the private sector.

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