Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Public Private Partnership in Health Services Management, Titelzusatz: Some Experiences from Decentralised Health Care Systems in Tanzania, Autor: Itika, Josephat, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Palliativmedizin // Mikrobiologie und Virologie // Stammzellen // Geriatrie // Notfallmedizin // Nuklearmedizin // Bildgebende Verfahren // Umweltmedizin // Sportmedizin // Sportverletzungen // Therapie und Therapeutika, Rubrik: Medizin // Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 156, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 246 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is set up to operate as Public Private Partnership and directed at providing accessible, affordable and qualitative healthcare for all Nigerians. The Nigerian health insurance industry is faced with the challenge of developing a sustainable fees structure owing to serious data deficits pervading the Nigerian healthcare system and unreliable critical health statistics. Using the capitation payment mechanism the health care provider assumes that for a given insured population, the provider will cover all health care services for a fixed payment per member per month. However, in this arrangement, payments assumed equal risk level for all subscribers and this may encourage risk selection. This objective of this research project is to explore the development of risk-adjusted models for the Nigeria National Health Insurance Scheme. The study relied on healthcare cost of various diagnoses based on international classification of diseases and information on enrollment to facilities with regards to enrollees characteristics.
Various reforms have been applied worldwide in health systems, since 1940s. The most recent reforms in developing countries started in 1990s. The important ingredient of these reforms comprises of re-organization of health systems, user charges for public services, public-private partnership and contracting-out of health services. The MoPH of Afghanistan started to contract-out health services in 2003. This study tends to assess the effects of contracting-out of BPHS on quality of health care and patients satisfaction in Afghanistan. This study indicates the contracting-out of health services as a viable option for the MoPH to expand the health services and improve the quality of care. NGOs required lesser amount of grants for the provision of BPHS with better outcome. Decentralization nurtures, quality of care improved and patients feel satisfied. The MoPH should draw lessons from the study for wider implementation and improvement of quality of care.
Health care reform is an active process currently taking place in a number of countries across the world. In many developing countries decentralization is a significant component of health care reform. The island of Jamaica like many other Caribbean and Latin American nations has undertaken the process of decentralizing the administration of healthcare as a part of nationwide structural reform. We look here at the overall process of health care reform in Jamaica and in particular the impact that recent decentralization has had on issues of equity and strengthening of the healthcare system. Many experts have hypothesized that decentralization on a whole has the potential to negatively impact the health care system. The data showed little evidence for differences in equity along geographic or economic groups but did identify the very old and the very young as particularly vulnerable populations, in addition the data highlighted the significant utilization of the private sector by the population and based on this suggestions are made for successful public-private partnership