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How to make healthcare cheap for all Kenyans

OPINION

Overcoming these policy and institutional hurdles is critical in ensuring that every Kenyan can access quality and affordable healthcare.

How to make healthcare cheap for all Kenyans

By Caroline Munene | 4 years ago

Financial benefits of a healthy lifestyle

Financial benefits of a healthy lifestyle

Resolving to be healthy entails making hard personal choices like taking up regular exercise, sticking to a healthy, balanced diet and cutting down on alcohol and smoking or quitting such undesirable habits altogether. This requires unwavering self-discipline and personal resolve.

Caroline Munene | 5 years ago

Pooling medical services can help lower healthcare cost

The main challenge facing health providers is improving service efficiency and making treatment affordable without compromising the quality of care. This entails lowering the cost of treatment and tackling inefficiencies that hamper access to care. Two primary areas of focus in health reform are lowering cost of drugs and eradicating corruption and waste of resources. The high cost of drugs can be managed through increased use of generics with the same efficacy as the more expensive branded drugs.

Caroline Munene | 3 years ago

Infuse digital culture in healthcare

Globally, traditional health care delivery is being challenged if not reconfigured by the pervasive influence of digital technology on humanity. Consumers now access health information on mobile devices. Doctors use apps to improve diagnosis and management of chronic diseases and even remotely monitor patients.

Caroline Munene | 4 years ago

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