ERB VOZ New WHO report on health spending urges governments not to repeat past mistakes during COVID-19 reconstruction

In a new document, prepared for the Barcelona office, the WHO is funded by a healthy eating system, stressing that ownership should support higher levels of state health care in the interests of communities, no doubt likely to cut budgets after the pandemic.

The document “Food Health Expenditure in Europe: Entering a New Country” is the first document to provide a detailed overview of the results of food health research for almost twenty decades in the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region.

In the preliminary document on the European Regional Director of the WHO, Dr. Hans Henri P. Kluge et al. Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat, Director of Strategic Strategy and Systemic Health, writes: “In order to avoid the wrong past, it is necessary to increase the volume of state investments in health care at a given level, in the coming years take advantage of dismissals, distortion of joints in the work of the health service, reduction of negative health results, associated with the inadmissibility of necessary medical care services, undertaking work and material difficulties, also ensure readiness for future confirmations “.

Dr Kluge and Dr Azzopardi-Muscat also point out that “managers need to pay attention to the order of modernizing resources with healthy eating systems, in order to avoid further growth of inequality”.

Allocating funds for healthy care as a political choice

The analysis of the situation in the countries of the Region showed that during the period foreseen by the financial crises of 2008, there was a healthy storage of vehicles. During the crisis, there was a significant reduction in state resources for healthy care, which resulted in subsequent annual trends and was not returned to contact.

In the period from 2013 to 2018, in most countries of the Region with a lower average income level and approximately in half of the countries with a high income level and an income level above the average growth rate, out-of-pocket payments are growing faster than the dew countries. come to a healthy diet.

The multiple economies in the healthy food sectors – budget cuts and the introduction of limited data protection services – have replaced national and regional progress in achieving all messages about the coverage of healthy eating services. For this reason, on the additional distribution of healthy food products, out-of-pocket payments have increased, inappropriate demands have emerged, financial problems have been raised, and socio-economic inequality has also intensified in countries, between and between them.

Expenditure on healthy eating as an investment

The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the importance of a reliable healthy eating system and the long-term benefits of investing in preserved health. The parties quickly mobilized additional funds for the healthy eating system as part of the pandemic response, although they provide funds for the treatment and prevention of COVID-19, associations, detection, work in healthy food services in the nearest ready also need continuous investment.

Continuous growth of state resources for healthy conservation in line with productive state policy can reduce the negative impact of COVID-19 and increase the sustainability of a healthy eating system.

The document also states that, although primary media-sanitary assistance is the best cost-effective way to provide medical assistance to report members, who have less than half of government spending on healthy care. VOZ represents all countries to invest in the first media-sanitary aid an additional 1% of the latest internal product (GDP) in the form of a state association.

European work program

Reduction of state state revenues to health protection of the last financial crisis title of the joint health insurance system. The majority of parties need to increase the volume of state investments in healthy care, in order to get closer to the achievements that occupy a central place in the European work program for 2020-2025. Year – “Joint actions to improve the health of people from Europe”: providing all messages for healthy health services, health improvement and welfare promotion, as well as protection in unusual situations in the field of healthy eating.