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Saturday, September 23, 2006 

Calling for Cultural Change in Health Delivery System and Effectiveness in the Bahamas

By introducing the change process that is taking place in the Health-Care delivery system for the Bahamasvision for an effective health-care system”, Dr. Nottage, Minister of Health has been drumming up the re-development of a streamlined NHI scheme with an overtone toward better management procedures for the public sector, that harbors a strong emphasis on performance or results-based approaches.

In fact, behind this idea, there has been no shortage of discussions, given the needs to pinpoint and address the involvement of government in health-care, and the methods of financing in sights to support and expand access to health insurance by taking into accounts proposals to align objectives through changes applied to the behavior of health-care consumers, and of course accompanied with some kinda form of tax incentives, see here (for some critical views).


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