Medico Economic Correlation- World

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A look at Global medico economic status using Cartograms

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Medico Economic Correlation- World

  1. 1. Medico- economic Status Cartograms With Visualizing All cartograms from worldmapper.org- © Copyright 2006 SASI Group (University of Sheffield) and Mark Newman (University of Michigan )
  2. 2. <ul><li>Cartograms are maps where the territories have been re-sized according to variable data sources. </li></ul><ul><li>The data used in the following cartograms are from- UNDP, WHO, CIA world fact file, UN statistics division, UNCTD, etc . </li></ul><ul><li>All the Data is from the period 2002-08 </li></ul>Cartograms
  3. 3. Total population
  4. 4. Population growth
  5. 5. Private Health Spending Level of spending on private health care is related to the ability to pay, not the need for health care.
  6. 6. Private health expenditure as percentage of GDP
  7. 7. Country-wise Private expenditure on health
  8. 8. Public health spending
  9. 9. Value of Medicines exported
  10. 10. Affordable Drugs 69% of the world population have access to affordable essential drugs.
  11. 11. Health Service Quality Territory size shows the proportion of people worldwide who receive good basic health care that live there.
  12. 12. Hospital Beds Hospital beds include beds in public and private hospitals, specialised hospitals, and rehabilitation centres.
  13. 13. Patient : Doctor ratio
  14. 14. Most Preventable Deaths Absolute number of people who died from most preventable causes (communicable infections, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions )
  15. 15. Expected Deaths Probable Deaths when depending only on age and sex
  16. 16. 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.
  17. 17. HIV Prevalence All cardiovascular Disease deaths Deaths due to Kidney Disease Deaths due to Endocrinal disorders
  18. 18. National Savings The difference between Gross National Income and (public and private) expenditure.
  19. 19. Richest Tenth shows the earnings of the richest tenth of the population living there
  20. 20. 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 worldmapper.org- © Copyright 2006 SASI Group (University of Sheffield ) and Mark Newman (University of Michigan )

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