9786202673334

Innovative Health Management Strategies for Enhancing Primary Health Care Delivery in Nigeria

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Summary:

Innovative Health Management Strategies for Enhancing Primary Health Care Delivery in Nigeria aims at providing outstanding and affordable healthcare to everyone. The book contains a practical and clinically-focused guide for stakeholders, learning how to navigate the fast-evolving landscape of the Nigerian healthcare sector. Using adequate research methodologies, the scholar identified systemic, legal and normative setbacks that provide a basis for healthcare reforms. This comprehensive, engagingly written primer provides an insight into the core issues involved in maximizing the efficacy and outcomes of medical care, especially when cost – to patients, governments and stakeholders - is a factor in the decision-making process. The book also examines the current state of healthcare in Nigeria, challenges of understanding healthcare management strategies, pricing, resource utilization, technology diffusion, ethics of cost-conscious care, including lost opportunities to deliver value, and barriers to providing high-value care.

Author:

Irobiko Chimezie Kingsley

Biographie:

C. K. Irobiko has contributed to the growth of global education system through his unique style of writing. He owns www.meziesblog.com and provides academic writing services such as Thesis, Dissertations and Research Proposals. He is also experienced in preparing quality Personal Statements for students seeking admission into tertiary institutions.

Number of Pages:

64

Book language:

English

Published On:

2020-06-24

ISBN:

9786202673334

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

innovative health management strategies, enhancing primary health care delivery, Nigeria, Irobiko Chimezie Kingsley, Healthcare, practical & clinically-focuses guide, Nigerian healthcare sector, healthcare reforms, care issues, medical care, Management

Product category:

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management