Track 3.5 Cost-effective healthcare: maximising returns for investment in health care and transitioning from passive to strategic purchasing

07 Mar 2019
10:45 - 12:15
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Track 3.5 Cost-effective healthcare: maximising returns for investment in health care and transitioning from passive to strategic purchasing

Oral Presentation Session 3


Chair: Dovlo Delanyo, previously, WHO                         

Co-Chair: Dr. Richard Butare, MSH

Rapporteur: Diana Mukami – ICD; Anne Gorreti Munene – KE

Abstract No. Title Presenter/Institution/

Country

THABO11

 

Cost analysis of Human Papillomavirus related cervical diseases and genital warts in Swaziland (6) Themba Ginindza

University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

THABO12

 

Aggregation of health providers: is this the next big thing towards UHC (604) Justus Odeyo

Population Services Kenya

THABO13 Financial burden of household out-of-pocket expenditure on hospital visits in Nigeria: findings from the Nigerian general household survey-panel (352) Diltokka Gideon Kevin

Ahmadu Bello University,

Nigeria

THABO14 Reducing the cost of medical referrals through medical camps; a case of medical camps conducted in Kitgum Hospital (422) Emmanuel Ebitu

Amref Health Africa, Uganda

THABO15 Social protection for inclusive healthcare through free maternity services in Kenya? (338) Stephen Okumu

Maseno University, Kenya

THABO16 The impact of performance based financing on the poor’s utilization of maternal and child health services in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review (37) Tichatyei Alison Mhazo

KNCV Challenge TB Project, Malawi