In This Study Situation Overview eHealth Policies in CEMA CountriesHealthcare Budgets in CEMA CountriesFinancing eHealth ActivitiesThe Approach Public Private PartnershipsThe International Clinical Research Center – Czech RepublicPelonomi and Universitas Hospitals – South AfricaText4Baby Mobile Health Service – RussiaPfizer and World Bank Healthcare Infrastructure Development Project – AfricaDonor FundsThe Bill and Melinda Gates FoundationEEA and Norway GrantsAllocationEligibilityTechnology-Related Eligible ActivitiesWho is Eligible to Apply?ContactsThe Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis, and MalariaAllocationEligibilityTechnology-Related Eligible ActivitiesWho is Eligible to Apply?ContactsFuture Outlook Essential Guidance Actions to ConsiderDefinitionsLearn More Related ResearchSynopsisTable: Health IT-Related Activities Eligible for Funding Under the EEA/Norway Grants Program Table: EEA and Norway Grants Focal Points for Eligible CEE Countries Table: Health IT-Related Activities Eligible Under GFATM's Health Systems Strengthening Program Table: GFATM Country Coordinating Mechanisms for CEMA Countries, 2011 Table: External Funding for Healthcare ICT in CEMA: Key Dates to Look Out For Table: Definitions of Geographical Regions as Used in This Report Table: Definition of IDC's Healthcare Vertical Market by NACE Category Figure: eHealth and HIT Procurement Policies in Central and Eastern Europe Figure: eHealth and HIT Procurement Policies in the Middle East and Africa Figure: Healthcare Spending (per Capita US$ and % of GDP) and Healthcare IT Spending (US$) per Capita, by Region Figure: Countries Utilizing PPP Funding for eHealth Expenditures in CEMA, by Region Figure: Countries Utilizing Donor Funding for eHealth Expenditures in CEMA, by Region Figure: Allocation of EEA and Norway Grants to CEMA Countries During the 2004–2009 Grant Period, by Country Figure: EEA and Norway Grants to CEMA Countries During the 2004–2009 Grant Period, by Grant Type Figure: Allocation of GFATM Grants to CEMA Countries to Date (June 2011), by GFATM Region Figure: GFATM Grants to CEMA Countries to Date (June 2011), by Grant Type Figure: Allocation of 2009–2014 EEA and Norway Grants to CEMA Countries
Business Strategy: CEMA Healthcare Public/Private Partnerships and Implications for Healthcare IT Investments, 2011
This IDC Health Insights study describes funding sources for ehealth activities in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (CEMA) with a focus on public-private partnerships in healthcare, but also with information on donor funds available to healthcare stakeholders active in the region. This study also contains tables of contacts and current funding opportunities available to providers and researchers in CEE healthcare.
"It is time to get more creative in the financing of healthcare ICT in CEMA countries. Public-sector financing limitations are unlikely to be resolved in the near term, and although private-sector investment will not solve all the healthcare challenges in the region, there is ICT funding available to those that proactively seek it out." - Senior Research Analyst Heather Keyes, IDC CEMA Health Insights