University of Phoenix-Washington – Scholar-practitioner| Commerce | University of Phoenix–Washington
Relationship between public health expenses and public health outcomes can be complex, multi-faceted and sometimes difficult to quantify. There is ample evidence to show that investments in public healthcare can result in improved outcomes at the population level, such as lower rates of death and morbidity, higher life expectancy, greater educational attainment, easier access to health services, and better care for those who are most vulnerable.
Additionally research has demonstrated that targeted investments in specific areas like nutrition programs or immunization initiatives have been effective in reducing the spread of infectious diseases or increasing healthy eating habits thus significantly improving both quality & quantity of life within communities where they are implemented
It is important to note that not all countries have the same per-capita public healthcare expenditures. This means they may not see equal improvements in any of these indicators. Stronger governance systems are needed to ensure maximum use of resources and identify potential waste/misallocation areas so corrective actions can be taken. These will lead ultimately, better outcomes than lower fiscal environments with fewer resources.