With health systems growing in scope and complexity, policymakers need tools such as National Health Accounts (NHA) to manage their health care resources. To date, more than 68 countries worldwide have implemented the methodology and numerous others are about to follow suit. While some of these are the high-income countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), NHA is increasingly being adopted in low- and middle-income countries around the world for use as an essential policy tool.
To facilitate adoption of the NHA, the USAID-funded Partners for Health Reformplus (PHRplus) project developed this manual to assist NHA trainers from low- and middle-income countries to design and conduct NHA trainings both in their own countries and at regional workshops, where multiple countries train together. The manual aims to fulfill the worldwide need for guidance on teaching the NHA methodology.Download Now