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Low- and middle-income countries have limited resources to bargain or trade with other countries, but this does not mean they are not fully equipped to create allies through identifying common health goals and assisting in global agendas (Bennett, Bloom, & Gonzalez-Block, 2004, p. 3).Without the creation of alliance, there will be no headway toward these important health goals (Bennett et al., 2004, p. 1).Lack of finances does, however, impact global health initiatives so private sector organizations like global missions and medical missionaries will distribute resources in these countries (Bennett et al., 2004, p. 7).Advocating for global policy and participating in research strengthens countries so they remain on the forefront of global health care systems and receive adequate health care (Bennett et al., 2004, p. 14-16).
Education of health care systems is a gap that must be filled in order for global health to reach the more vulnerable populations.Communicating agendas will include stakeholders and gaining technology through evidence-based practice ensures everyone receives the best possible care which will eliminate unequal health care systems disbursement (Bennett et al., 2004, p. 27).Dividing responsibility creates mutual support of public health systems and prevents economic strain by one population for another population while incorporating high quality research to low-income countries (Bennett et al., 2004, p. 34).Prioritizing health needs and goal setting gives stakeholders the framework to meet health systems criteria (Bennett et al., 2004, p. 41).
Health surveillance systems make decisions for many different countries and for multiple causes and collaborate with organizations at all levels of public health for the socioeconomic, spiritual, environmental, behavioral, and physical well-being of the world populations (World Health Organization [WHO], 2010, p. 44). They consist of building blocks that make access to health care coverage, quality care and safety through mutual learning, surveillance and research (Jamison, Breman , & Measham, 2006, para. 2-3).
The advice necessary for successful global health systems in low-and middle-income countries is to be an active participant in the solution during global initiatives like health promotion, disease prevention and health crises.Even if you are limited by financial resources available, there is still community members you have who are knowledgeable and educated and will be able to contribute to the goals and agendas of public health systems success.All countries have the ability to participate in research studies and being a participant means there is a greater chance for vaccinations of your county’s residents and the use of better technology for your sick and diseased members.Contributing time is also valuable, not just money.Contribute your time.Finally, communicate the needs of your country.When your needs become part of the global agenda, your country will benefit and if your country decreases its disease burden, you will have financial gain as well, but you will also contribute to a healthier world which benefits everyone.Contribute your knowledge, time and be a research participant. Be a part of the solution.
Bennett, S., Bloom, G., & Gonzalez-Block, M. A. (2004). Strengthening health systems: the role and promise of policy and systems research. Retrieved from https://www.who.int/alliance-hpsr/resources/Streng…
Jamison, D. T., Breman , J. G., & Measham, A. R. (2006). Chapter 7Pillars of the Health System. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK10265/
World Health Organization. (2010). MONITORING THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF HEALTH SYSTEMS: A HANDBOOK OF INDICATORS AND THEIR MEASUREMENT STRATEGIES. Retrieved from https://www.who.int/healthinfo/systems/WHO_MBHSS_2…