GDHI

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GDHIGross Disposable Household Income
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Across the UK as a whole, GDHI per head was PS19,322 in 2016 and PS19,514 in 2017.
GDHI is a research project funded by QF for the WISH Summit.
Of the four UK countries, only England had a higher GDHI per head value at PS18,315.
WISH will present its GDHI research in a session titled "From evidence to policy -- thinking outside the box" to highlight the need for innovation and research to improve economies and population health.
For Scottish GNI it includes both the Scottish government's experimental measure and a lower figure, based on GDHI relative to the UK.
The ONS's regional breakdown of the per head GDHI is based on data from the Inland Revenue's pay-as-you-earn scheme, personal income surveys and tax data plus various benefit figures in 2003.
Latest gross disposable household income (GDHI) figures show that disposable incomes per head in Wales grew by 3.3 per cent between 2014 and 2015.
However Wales still lingers close to the bottom of the league, with only Northern Ireland and two of the English regions recording lower figures for gross disposable household income (GDHI).
The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH), a global initiative of Qatar Foundation, presented its landmark Global Diffusion of Healthcare Innovation (GDHI) research to leading healthcare stakeholders representing governments, NGOs and the private sector at the Global Forum 2015 on Research and Innovation for Health in Manila.
Gross Disposable Household Income (GDHI) is the amount of money that all of the individuals in the household sector have available for spending or saving after income distribution measures.