INDEX
Accountability, 85, 90, 93, 100,190, 148,
149–50, 54, 164–72, 175–76
Accredited Health Care, 189
actuarial worth, 148, 156, 157
affect, 48
Africa, sub-Saharan, 86
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act:
financial implications of, 130; history of,
127–28
Alma Ata Summit, 5; Declaration of, 123n3
anticipation, 148, 153, 154
Bamako Initiative, 109, 123n3
behavioral health: contestations over, 141;
definition, 142; financial constraints,
131–32; Yup’ik programs, 129–30
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (also
Gates Foundation), 6, 23–24, 39–41, 47,
50n9, 52n24, 87–89
biomedical ideologies, 188
biometrics, 163, 172
Biotechnology Industry Organization
(BIO), 153–54, 161; related to BIO Ven-
tures, 153
capacity building, 163, 171–73
care, 93–98
case study, 47
childbirth, 84
church-based birthing centers, 88, 100
clinical epidemiology, 26
clinical trials (see also randomized con-
trolled trials), 187, 194, 203; and stage
model for outcomes, 203
coherence, 193
colonial health, 2–5; and governance, 20
community-based competitive employ-
ment, 192; or competitive employment,
200
conformity, 188, 206
Consolidated Standards for Reporting
Trials (CONSORT), 193–95, 203, 204, 206
contextual barriers, 196
Continuous Quality Improvement, 189
contract medical anthropologist, 191
cost effectiveness (and cost effective), 9,
190, 202; Cost-Effective Health Care
and Medical Research, 190; cost effi-
ciency, 85
Credit Suisse, 41
cultural and social capital, 196
customer service, 189
DALY, 27–31, 34, 39, 51n19
data, production of, 90, 92, 94, 96, 100; and
data deprivation, 44; and management
tools, 113, 117; performance of, 93, 96;
productivity, 98
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