With a growing burden of Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) corresponding commitment to improve access to healthcare services is needed. Through this program, we work with patient support groups, primary healthcare facilities and corporate partners to design, resource, implement and sustain NCDs clinics to ensure reliable and sustainable access to quality care for patients with diabetes and hypertension.
Reflections and Insights on Designing a Robust Patient Access Program: Case of NCDs Clinic in Kasarani Health Center
Background: Patient access schemes are innovative pricing agreements proposed by pharmaceutical companies to improve cost-effectiveness and enable patients to gain access to high cost drugs
On 12th March 2021, Ryculture Health and Social Innovation team in collaboration with Kasarani Health Centre through the Kasarani Patient Support Group held their monthly clinic
On the 12th February 2021, Ryculture Health and Social Innovation through the partnership that was initiated in 2020 with the Kasarani Health Center to improve
HEALTH EDUCATION ON STRESS MANAGEMENT TO DIABETIC AND HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS AT THE NCDs CLINIC AT KASARANI HEALTH CENTRE – 13th November 2020.
Authors: Ms. Veronica Njambi |For correspondence: email@example.com On 13th November 2020, the second clinic day for patients living with diabetes and hypertension was convened at Kasarani Health Center.
Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) especially diabetes and hypertension are a growing concern among urban dwellers in developing countries. As the World Health Organization (WHO) notes