Global burden of disease and its implication for health policy design

By Prof Morgan Chetty, Visiting Prof, Health Sciences, DUT, Chairman, IPAF, CEO, KwaZulu Natal Doctors Healthcare Coalition (KZNDHC) The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), recently signed a memorandum of understanding between the … Continue reading Global burden of disease and its implication for health policy design

PRIVATE SECTOR KEY IN NATIONAL ADOPTION OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE

A recent report by Informa Markets has highlighted that the Kenyan private health sector will be key in the national adoption of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) scheme. Through its financial and innovative capability, the private sector can play a crosscutting role in expanding the UHC and improving the quality of care, the report noted. “The private sector can support the Kenyan government through offering financial protection, good governance, fostering innovations, strengthening health service delivery and capacity building in line with the four pillars that UHC sits on,” said Informa Markets Exhibition Director Mr. Ryan Sanderson. With only 22% of … Continue reading PRIVATE SECTOR KEY IN NATIONAL ADOPTION OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE