Forecasting public health expenditure by the Government of India is an important aspect to assess the government’s effectiveness towards disease control and policy implications. Assessing the trend in the public healthcare expenditure by the central government, predicted that the public health expenditure will get doubled in the next five years.
Meta-analysis study was conducted by using Comprehensive Meta-Analysis (CMA) to assess the government policy effectiveness under the 5-year plan scheme in accordance with the malaria incidence and deaths over the time span of last five year plans.
This article presents state-wise malaria incidence data to test the patterns of prevalence of malaria in India between 2011 and 2015. Geospatial malarial modelling helps in comparing the intervention efficacy with respect to different states in India and the aspect that contribute to its inefficacy.
This article presents a predictive assessment on the basis of secondary data available for malaria incidences in the period of 1998-2017. The predictive assessment uses the Autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model.