Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2019, Volume: 12, Issue: 38, Pages: 1-16
Ali A.A. Rawabdeh*1, Rami M. Tbaishat2, Ahmad Zakaria3 and Iman El Hajj Dib Zakaria4
1Basic Medical Sciences Department, Health Services Management Master Program, Faculty of Medicine, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan; [email protected], [email protected] 2Public Administration Department, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, P.O. Box: 566, Yarmouk University, Irbid; Jordan [email protected] 3Member of MIGRINTER, Poitiers University; Member of IFPO – Beyrouth Lebanon, Physical, Human, Economic and regional Geography, Poitiers University, France; [email protected] 4Assistant Professor of Biology and Health, Faculty of Sciences Tripoli, Lebanese University; [email protected]
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Ali A.A. Rawabdeh
Basic Medical Sciences Department, Health Services Management Master Program, Faculty of Medicine, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan; [email protected], [email protected]
Background: This article offers evaluations of healthcare expenditures by sponsors that face increasing challenges as healthcare costs rise. Purposes: The aim of this action report is to ensure adequate health care services coupled with financial resources to fulfill the health challenges within the light-weight of the worse economic scenario. Methods: This article presents a read of healthcare spending in Jordan that focuses on the sectors that finance healthcare. Therefore, all the information published was used. Results: Jordan’s government wouldn’t be ready to continue providing health services at the present trend: fast increase in demand over publicly funded services within the absence efficiency gains (six types); reforms to create upon the strength of public and private sector improve quality of care and increase accessibility; and, enhance patient satisfaction and long-term financial sustainability. Conclusion: For the care system to be considered efficient and equitable the cash burden ought to be progressive throughout of pocket payments, and to cut back monetary barriers to access. Recommendation: There was a progressive impact of the reform on healthcare supplying and finance systems once contributor’s expenses are used to build it; however, the findings don’t seem to be conclusive.
Keywords: Equity, Financing, Efficiency, Expenditures, Health Care Delivery and Financing Systems Reform
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