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Health Systems

  1. 5. Geographically defined, unit of population
  2. 6. The extent to which a national plan is feasible
  3. 7. Paying proportionate attention to different priorities
  4. 8. Political, economic and administrative authority in managing a country
  5. 10. A measure of the fairness of health services in distributing well-being
  6. 12. Universal access to health services with social health protection
  7. 13. Identification, balancing, and ranking of priorities by stakeholders
  8. 15. A measure of the difference between current health and ideal health
  9. 17. Health services targeted at the population as a whole
  10. 20. Activities aimed at modifying a process in order to change 1+ of their characteristics
  11. 21. A comparison of costs and achieved results
  12. 23. Good governance
  13. 24. Activities whose primary purpose is to promtoe, restore, and/or maintain health
  14. 25. The inputs required to make health systems work
  15. 26. An intermediate result towards an objective that a programme seeks to achieve
  1. 1. Estimations of costs of different scenarios
  2. 2. Strategies are aligned with programmes and planning
  3. 3. Health care expectations expressed by individuals or communities
  4. 4. An individual, group, or organisation that has an interest in the system/delivery of care
  5. 9. The capacity to produce the maximum output for a given input
  6. 11. Coordination of functions across different phases of the service production process
  7. 14. Objectively determined deficiencies in health that require health care
  8. 16. Payments for goods or services that include direct payments, cost sharing, and informal payments
  9. 18. Extent of interaction between the service and its target population
  10. 19. The extent to which an intervention does what it's intended
  11. 22. A primary level health care worker who coordinates specialised care