The HASD report will help understand the allocation of funds, which is vital for all stakeholders in decision-making.
Al Yousuf said the Smart Health Accounts System of Dubai (HASD) is a tool that allows stakeholders to use HASD results for comparative analysis and evidence-based decision making.
Thirdly, HASD allows the support and implementation of the health insurance system by monitoring health spending.
The HASD system based on the International Classification System of the World Health Organisation, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development and the statistical office of the European Union, Eurostat, will provide an annual audit of health spending visible to anyone on the DHA website.
The HASD will provide a systematic, consistent and complete overview of all relevant information on the health system with a focus on expenditure.
About the HASD, Dr Haidar Al Yousuf, Director of Health Funding at the DHA, explained that the new system will look at all the sources of health-care spending and how efficiently an individual and the health-care sector spends on health care.