ACCESS Health 印度负责人Krishna Reddy博士最近在Express Healthcare上发表了一篇关于如何使印度公共卫生支出更加高效的文章。 文章中提出政府可以支出的金额有限，但通过更系统地分配资金，可以让资金的使用周期更长。 政府支出的有效性按以下顺序减少 - 健康的社会决定因素，预防计划，治疗和姑息治疗。例如，花在单次心脏移植上的钱可以细化成千上万心血管疾病危险因素（糖尿病，高血压，吸烟，高胆固醇和肥胖症），从而可以对有这些风险的患者提供预防性治疗。
ACCESS Health India Country Director Dr. Krishna Reddy recently published a piece in Express Healthcare about how to make public health spending in India more efficient and effective. The amount government has available to spend may be limited but by allocating money more systematically governments can make funds go further. As Dr. Reddy notes in the article, "[The] effectiveness of money spent decreases in the following order – social determinants of health, preventive programmes, curative and palliative care. For example, money spent on a single heart transplantation can screen thousands of people for cardiovascular disease risk factors (diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol, and obesity) and provide preventive care for those at risk."