IHME’s DCPN project activities, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, strive to generate reliable, timely, and comparable data on the costs and consequences of a broad range of policy options.
The Access, Bottlenecks, Costs, and Equity (ABCE) project aims to collect and generate the evidence base for improving the cost-effectiveness and equity of health systems.
ART-specific data capture patient and facility costs of ART and prevention programs and link these costs to patient outcomes and perceptions of the facility-based programs.
In collaboration with Emory University’s Global Diabetes Research Center, IHME is investigating the potential impact and effectiveness of using interventions for common non-communicable diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure.
This pilot uses HIV viral load measurements collected from patients' blood samples as the outcome indicator and links these data to facility and program characteristics in order to evaluate program effectiveness.