RESYST presentations at AfHEA Biannual Scientific Conference

September 2016
Ayako Honda, Ibe Ogochukwu, Jane Macha, Enyi Etiaba, Kenneth Munge

RESYST researchers presented “Four purchasing case studies from three Sub-Saharan African countries” in a RESYST organised session at the African Health Economics and Policy (AfHEA) conference in Rabat, Morocco on 29 September.

  • 'Strategic purchasing' in different health financing models - four case studies from three Sub-Saharan African countries, Ayako Honda, Health Economics Unit
  • Can a public purchaser send signals to public providers to improve health systems performance? A case study from the Nigerian public integrated health system, Ibe Ogochukwu, Health Policy Research Group
  • Can decentralized public purchasers facilitate the strategic purchasing of primary healthcare services? A case study from the Tanzanian public intergrated health system, Jane Macha, Ifakara Health Institute
  • How do NHIS and HMOs work together as purchasers under the FSSHIP? A case study from Nigeria, Enyi Etiaba, Health Policy Research Group
  • Is the type of purchaser important? Examination of three private purchasing mechanisms in Kenya, Kenneth Munge, Kemri Wellcome Trust Research Programme
Financing Strategic purchasing South Africa Tanzania Nigeria