Health Care Federation of Nigeria

Nigeria Customer service AwHealthPlus Pharmacy has emerged the winner in excellent service delivery in the Pharmaceutical Category during the 5th edition of the Nigerian Customer Service Awards (NCSA).

The nomination and selection processes were carried out through the following criteria: customer’s feedback, online polls, independent survey and mystery shopping services.

HealthcareFor the last 25 years, ADCEM Pharmaceuticals Limited, have provided turn-key health services, from a social impact perspective. Their aim has been to ensure the availability and affordability of quality healthcare for all, especially those at the bottom of the pyramid and have partnered with various corporate organizations and Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs) to support public health institution with infrastructure and human resource development.

To commemorate its well documented and laudable strides within the health sector, ADCEM Pharmaceuticals, held a symposium focused on Social Enterprise in the Health Sector. The symposium aimed at elevating awareness among individuals in the health and non-health sectors on public health challenges, particularly as it affects those at the bottom of the pyramid.

HFN presidentThe society for Corporate Governance Nigeria is the foremost Institution committed to the development and promotion of corporate governance best practices in Nigeria. It aims to be the recognized reference point both nationally and internationally in matters relating to corporate governance and provide a template for formulation and enforcement of corporate governance standards for Nigeria and other emerging economies, using the tools of rankings, seminars, workshops and trainings.

The Patient Centered Care (PCC) programme is a dynamic three-part series designed

to build the capacity of frontline medical professionals, who desire to be change

agents in healthcare.

 

Participants can expect to learn context specific, practical frameworks and concepts

of patient centred care, including, but not limited to, shared decision-making,

effective communication, empathetic care delivery and how to respond proactively

to rapidly changing healthcare landscape.

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On Friday the 11th of November 2016 the Healthcare Federation of Nigeria (HFN) will be hosting a CEO Breakfast Meeting with the Honorable Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole.

As part of its advocacy role, HFN has had a long standing tradition of creating a consultative interface between private sector practitioners and public policy officials. The aim of which has been to proactively promote Public-Private Partnerships, promote incentives for private healthcare investments and ultimately create an enabling operating environment for healthcare businesses in Nigeria. Such ambitions can however only be realized by creating consistent channels of interaction between representatives of the private health sector and public policy representatives.

The CEO Breakfast Meeting with the Honorable Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole which is strictly by invitation and open only to corporate members of the HFN, presents a unique opportunity for stakeholders within the  private healthcare sector to discuss healthcare priorities,  and provide relevant input into the policy direction and Health agenda of the Federal Government.

The meeting will be an interactive forum which will include discussions on promoting investment incentives for the private healthcare, Health Insurance, Healthcare Financing, Private Public Partnerships (PPP’s), the implementation of the National Health Act (NHA), among other pertinent issues.

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