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The World Health Organization says the rising cost of health care is a struggle for people and governments around the world. The problem is greatest in countries where people must often pay directly for services. A new report says these costs push 100 million people into poverty each year.
Aging populations are one reason why health costs are rising. Also more people are getting chronic diseases like diabetes and heart diseases that require long-term treatment. And new treatments for health conditions are more costly than old ones. This year’s World Health Report offers guidelines to strict health finance systems and makes services available to more people.

The report says about one million people do not get the care they need because it costs too much or it is unavailable.

WHO Director General M.C. says no one should have to risk financial ruin to take care of their health. David Avens agrees. He is the director of Health Systems Financing for the WHO which is powered of the United Nations.

“The world report says it’s, it’s not just acceptable, but it’s not necessary something would be done about it and something can’t be done about it now.”

The report says one thing government can do is provide more money for health care. For example, ten years ago African leaders agreed to spend fifteen percent of government funds on health. So far, only Liberia, Lawanda and Tanzania have met that goal. The report says governments could also raise money more fairly and spend it more wisely.

David Avens says several countries are doing this.

“G. is the lowing down country. It has introduced tax on financial transactions and that is going to health. G. can do something like that, other countries can do it. In terms of financial risk protection, Thailand has introduced health insurance for every one. And that health insurance’s tax funded particularly for the poor. So then what happens insurance now is because the people would not buy it previously under their pocket.”

The WHO says smarter spending could reduce health care costs between 20 and 40 percent. The report identifies ten areas where better policies and practices could make health systems more efficient.

One area is in the purchase of medicines. The report says higher price drugs are often chosen even when lower price medicines of the same quality are available.

Also medicines can go to waste simply because the right storage is not available.

And that’s the VOA Special English Health Report.
Homework SENEWS-2010-11-24

The World Health Organization says the rising cost of health care is a struggle for people and governments around the world. The problem is greatest in countries where people must often pay directly for services. A new report says these costs push 100 million people into poverty each year.
Aging populations are one reason why health costs are rising. Also more people are getting chronic diseases like diabetes and heart diseases that require long-term treatment. And new treatments for health conditions are more costly than old ones. This year’s World Health Report offers guidelines to strict health finance systems and makes services available to more people.

The report says about one million people do not get the care they need because it costs too much or it is unavailable.

WHO Director General M.C. says no one should have to risk financial ruin to take care of their health. David Avens agrees. He is the director of Health Systems Financing for the WHO which is powered of the United Nations.

“The world report says it’s, it’s not just acceptable, but it’s not necessary something would be done about it and something can’t be done about it now.”

The report says one thing government can do is provide more money for health care. For example, ten years ago African leaders agreed to spend fifteen percent of government funds on health. So far, only Liberia, Lawanda and Tanzania have met that goal. The report says governments could also raise money more fairly and spend it more wisely.

David Avens says several countries are doing this.

“G. is the lowing down country. It has introduced tax on financial transactions and that is going to health. G. can do something like that, other countries can do it. In terms of financial risk protection, Thailand has introduced health insurance for every one. And that health insurance’s tax funded particularly for the poor. So then what happens insurance now is because the people would not buy it previously under their pocket.”

The WHO says smarter spending could reduce health care costs between 20 and 40 percent. The report identifies ten areas where better policies and practices could make health systems more efficient.

One area is in the purchase of medicines. The report says higher price drugs are often chosen even when lower price medicines of the same quality are available.

Also medicines can go to waste simply because the right storage is not available.

And that’s the VOA Special English Health Report.
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Homework SENEWS-2010-11-24

The World Health Organization says the rising cost of health care is a struggle for people and governments around the world. The problem is greatest in countries where people must often pay directly for services. A new report says these costs push 100 million people into poverty each year.
Aging populations are one reason why health costs are rising. Also more people are getting chronic diseases like diabetes and heart diseases that require long-term treatment. And new treatments for health conditions are more costly than old ones. This year’s World Health Report offers guidelines to strict health finance systems and makes services available to more people.

The report says about one million people do not get the care they need because it costs too much or it is unavailable.

WHO Director General M.C. says no one should have to risk financial ruin to take care of their health. David Avens agrees. He is the director of Health Systems Financing for the WHO which is powered of the United Nations.

“The world report says it’s, it’s not just acceptable, but it’s not necessary something would be done about it and something can’t be done about it now.”

The report says one thing government can do is provide more money for health care. For example, ten years ago African leaders agreed to spend fifteen percent of government funds on health. So far, only Liberia, Lawanda and Tanzania have met that goal. The report says governments could also raise money more fairly and spend it more wisely.

David Avens says several countries are doing this.

“G. is the lowing down country. It has introduced tax on financial transactions and that is going to health. G. can do something like that, other countries can do it. In terms of financial risk protection, Thailand has introduced health insurance for every one. And that health insurance’s tax funded particularly for the poor. So then what happens insurance now is because the people would not buy it previously under their pocket.”

The WHO says smarter spending could reduce health care costs between 20 and 40 percent. The report identifies ten areas where better policies and practices could make health systems more efficient.

One area is in the purchase of medicines. The report says higher price drugs are often chosen even when lower price medicines of the same quality are available.

Also medicines can go to waste simply because the right storage is not available.

And that’s the VOA Special English Health Report.
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