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Medico Economic Correlation- World



A look at Global medico economic status using Cartograms

A look at Global medico economic status using Cartograms



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  • Medico- economic Status Cartograms With Visualizing All cartograms from © Copyright 2006 SASI Group (University of Sheffield) and Mark Newman (University of Michigan )
    • Cartograms are maps where the territories have been re-sized according to variable data sources.
    • The data used in the following cartograms are from- UNDP, WHO, CIA world fact file, UN statistics division, UNCTD, etc .
    • All the Data is from the period 2002-08
  • Total population
  • Population growth
  • Private Health Spending Level of spending on private health care is related to the ability to pay, not the need for health care.
  • Private health expenditure as percentage of GDP
  • Country-wise Private expenditure on health
  • Public health spending
  • Value of Medicines exported
  • Affordable Drugs 69% of the world population have access to affordable essential drugs.
  • Health Service Quality Territory size shows the proportion of people worldwide who receive good basic health care that live there.
  • Hospital Beds Hospital beds include beds in public and private hospitals, specialised hospitals, and rehabilitation centres.
  • Patient : Doctor ratio
  • Most Preventable Deaths Absolute number of people who died from most preventable causes (communicable infections, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions )
  • Expected Deaths Probable Deaths when depending only on age and sex
  • Unhealthy Life This measure shows the time spent in poor health.. Unhealthy life is the years lived beyond the World Health Organisation’s health-adjusted life expectancy.
  • HIV Prevalence All cardiovascular Disease deaths Deaths due to Kidney Disease Deaths due to Endocrinal disorders
  • National Savings The difference between Gross National Income and (public and private) expenditure.
  • Richest Tenth shows the earnings of the richest tenth of the population living there
  • Dr.Neelesh Bhandari M.B.B.S (AFMC),M.D (Path) P.G.P in Human Rights Advisor ( Medical Communications) Mark IV Medical Communications LLC. Compiled by All cartograms from © Copyright 2006 SASI Group (University of Sheffield ) and Mark Newman (University of Michigan )