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Private Health Sector Assessment in Kenya

ABILITY TO PAY ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTERS ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE AGE GROUPS AIDS RELIEF ANTENATAL CARE BURDEN OF DISEASE CAPITATION CERTIFICATION CHILD HEALTH CITIES CLINICS COMMUNITY HEALTH CONDOMS CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE CONTRACEPTIVES COUNSELING COUNSELORS DEATHS DEGREE OF COMPETITION DISEASE CONTROL DISPENSARIES DISSEMINATION DOCTORS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIES OF SCALE EMERGENCY PLAN ESSENTIAL DRUGS FAMILY HEALTH FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING FAMILY PLANNING METHODS FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES FEE FOR SERVICE FERTILITY FERTILITY RATE FINANCIAL INCENTIVES FIRST MARRIAGE FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS GENDER GAP GERIATRICS GOVERNMENT POLICIES GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE COVERAGE HEALTH CARE FACILITIES HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT HEALTH CARE MARKETS HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS HEALTH CARE SECTOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH CLINICS HEALTH CONDITIONS HEALTH DATA HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH EXPENDITURE HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH FINANCING HEALTH FOR ALL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE MARKET HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME HEALTH INSURANCE SYSTEM HEALTH MAINTENANCE HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT HEALTH MARKET HEALTH MESSAGES HEALTH NEEDS HEALTH ORGANIZATION HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH POLICY HEALTH PROFESSIONALS HEALTH PROVIDERS HEALTH RESEARCH HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SPENDING HEALTH STRATEGY HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH WORKERS HEALTH WORKFORCE HIV HIV POSITIVE PEOPLE HIV/AIDS HMO HOSPITAL HOSPITALS HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE ILLITERACY ILLNESSES INCOME INCOME GROUPS INFORMAL SECTOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS INJURIES INSECTICIDE TREATED BED NETS INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANIES INSURANCE PLANS INSURERS INTEGRATION INTERNATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING INTERVENTION IUD IUDS LACK OF INFORMATION LARGE CITIES LAWS LEADING CAUSES LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH LEGAL STATUS LEVEL OF EDUCATION MALARIA MALARIA CONTROL MANAGED CARE MEDICAL CARE MEDICAL EDUCATION MEDICAL INSURANCE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS MEDICAL RESEARCH MEDICAL SERVICES MEDICINES MIDWIVES MINISTRY OF HEALTH MORBIDITY MORTALITY MOTHER MOTHER TO CHILD MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION NATIONAL AIDS NATIONAL HEALTH NATIONAL POPULATION NATIONALS NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS NURSES NURSING NURSING HOMES PARASITIC DISEASES PARTICIPATORY PROCESS PATIENT PATIENT COMPLIANCE PATIENTS PEDIATRICS PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS PHARMACISTS PHARMACY PHYSICIANS PILL POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY PROCESS POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION DYNAMICS PRACTITIONERS PREGNANT WOMEN PREVENTIVE TREATMENT PRIMARY CARE PRIVATE CARE PRIVATE CLINICS PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE PRIVATE HEALTH INSURERS PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE INSURANCE PRIVATE INSURANCE SYSTEMS PRIVATE INSURERS PRIVATE PHARMACIES PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTORS PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH CARE PUBLIC HEALTH CARE SERVICES PUBLIC HEALTH INSURANCE PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS PUBLIC SECTOR PURCHASING POWER QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY CARE QUALITY CONTROL QUALITY OF CARE QUALITY OF SERVICES QUALITY SERVICES REGULATORY REGIME REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES RESPECT RETAIL PHARMACIES RISK GROUPS RURAL AREAS RURAL POPULATIONS SANITATION SERVICE AREAS SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVISION SEX WORKERS SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL COUNCIL SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE SOCIAL MARKETING SPONSORS SUPPLY CHAINS TB CONTROL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRADITIONAL HEALERS TREATMENT SERVICES TUBERCULOSIS UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN POPULATIONS URBAN SETTLEMENTS USER FEES VULNERABLE POPULATIONS WELLNESS WORKERS WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
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World Bank
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | East Africa
2012-03-19T09:34:16Z | 2012-04-04T07:43:56Z | 2012-03-19T09:34:16Z | 2012-04-04T07:43:56Z | 2010-04-01

Kenya private sector is one of the most developed and dynamic in Sub Saharan Africa. In this context, USAID/Kenya requested that the Private Sector Partnerships-One project (PSP One) conduct an assessment of the private health sector in Kenya. The scope of work involved assessing the role of the private sector in the overall health system, considering the potential of the private sector to play a greater role and identifying ways to improve the public private interface to increase equity, access, and efficiency in the health system. The development of the scope of work also coincided with the start up of the World Bank/International Finance Corporation (IFC) program for better health in Africa, which envisions improvement of the government private sector interface to create new opportunities for investment and lending for growth of the private health sector in Africa. As a result, the PSP One team was able to benefit from World Bank/IFC support for both this report and a summary report that served as a catalyst for a policy dialogue. The recommendations in this report have been revised in consideration of stakeholder feedback received during the policy process.

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