Coproduction of secondary healthcare in Africa
What is it about?
This article examines the drivers of coproduction in urban hospitals in developing countries. Inadequate funding and the shortage of positions for qualified health personnel is driving health managers and unemployed health professionals to coproduce core health services.
Why is it important?
Coproduction provides common ground for health managers and unemployed health professionals to solve their problems and, in this sense, it improves health services and outcomes.
The following have contributed to this page: Mary Mangai