Joseph L. Dieleman
Joseph Dieleman, PhD, is an associate professor at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington. In this role, he leads the Resource Tracking research team, which focuses on tracking development assistance for health, health-care spending by disease, and government health spending. These projects are split between global research, seeking to understand financial flows for health in a wide variety of contexts, and U.S. research, seeking to describe how health care is purchased in the United States. Dr. Dieleman studied at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, earning his undergraduate degree in economics at the University of Washington, where he received his PhD in economics. He has also spent three years living and working in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Does Healthier Mean Wealthier? Measuring Countries' Economic Performance During the Pandemic
An effective government response to COVID-19 doesn't necessarily correlate with economic gain
An Aging World Requires More Support for Health Systems
Development assistance should reflect this need
Health-Systems Strengthening in the Age of COVID-19
As the pandemic stresses many health-systems to their breaking point, it’s more important than ever to bolster them now