1 OneHealth Tool: Supporting integrated strategic health planning, costing and health impact analysis December 2013 Health Systems Financing and Governance Department
2 OneHealth Tool: Launched May 2012 and publicly available for download WHAT IS IT? A software tool for strategic health planning at national level Provides projected cost scenarios for health plans FOR WHOM? Governments and health sector planners BY WHOM? Development overseen by the UN Inter-Agency Working Group on Costing (IAWG-COSTING) established in 2008 (WHO, UNICEF, WB, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNDP) in collaboration with the Futures Institute. Technical inputs from expert advisory groups and country planners.
3 What does it do? Addresses key challenges! How much will my health plan cost? Costing as part of the planning process How many lives could be saved? Improving population health How many doctors and nurses will I need to implement my plan? Links programme plans to a health systems platform Ensures comparability A standardized costing approach across programmes/systems
4 Model cost and impact with a health systems approach Community mobilization, demand generation, programme management National Hospital Health Centre Outreach Community Others Non communicable Child Health Nutrition Reproductive Health Water & Sanitation Immunization Malaria TB HIV Increasing coverage of effective interventions Lives saved; healthier populations Infrastructure Human Resources Supply chain Health Information Governance Health Financing Strengthening Health Systems Financial affordability
5 Type of outputs (results) produced 1. Health impact: what will be my child mortality and total fertility rate in year 2020? 2. Health Systems investments and service outputs: Required investments in infrastructure and equipment Total & additional bed days and outpatient visits; requirements for hospitals, facilities and community services 3. Costs: Costs and budget by year, by programme, by inputs, etc. 4. Financial projections, fiscal space and expected shortfall 5. Scenarios: how is cost and impact different for alternative scenarios of packages, targets and activities?
6 Example outputs for health impact Example for illustrative purposes only Scenario A Scenario B Scenario A (US$) Incremental cost (millions) Incremental cost per capita Scenario B (US$) Incremental cost (millions) Incremental cost per capita
7 What will be the demands on the supply chain? Volume of commodities transported in Logistics system, % share by programme Non Communicable disease Nutrition Vaccination HIV/AIDS Malaria TB Child health Maternal/newborn and reproductive health Example for illustrative purposes only
8 Estimating health worker needs Comparing anticipated supply of health workers with the expected demand GAP Estimated time needed for service delivery Available health workers Example for illustrative purposes only
9 Comparing scenarios Summary at 2020 Scenario Cost of Plan Capacity utilization of nurses (end year) Burkina 50 % coverage 712 million 56% 90 Burkina 70 % coverage 777 million 110% 79 Burkina 90 % coverage 848 million 131% 71 Under five mortality rate (end year) 12,000 10,000 Nurses available Nurses, FTE's 8,000 6,000 4,000 FTE's needed Burkina 50 FTE's needed Burkina 70 2, FTE's needed Burkina 90 Example for illustrative purposes only
10 Who should use the OneHealth Tool? A multi-disciplinary team Health Sector planners ( MoH Department of planning) Disease-specific programme planners (e.g. EPI, Malaria), Health System component (e.g., Human Resource Department in MoH) NGOs and other agencies in countries Donors, academics and UN agencies
11 OneHealth Tool - launched May 2012 OneHealth Tool available in English French Spanish With more language versions in pipeline Documents Help screens Life saver function response within 2 working days
12 For more information send an to the OneHealth Tool Secretariat: or contact Karin Stenberg, Technical Officer, WHO /HGF:
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