Nasarawa suspends free healthcare policy
Due to dwindling allocation and revenue generation, Nasarawa State government has abolished its free healthcare policy meant for pregnant women, under-five children and the elderly.
Don tasks health workers on professionalism for improved healthcare system
Vice-Chancellor of Igbinedion University, Okada (IUO), Professor Lawrence Ezemonye, has urged medical practitioners in the country to be ‘core professionals’ while discharging their duties for improved healthcare delivery system.
Nigeria’s budgets: The imperative for a paradigm shift
The current initiative of both the Executive and the Legislature, to work together harmoniously, towards passing the Y2020 Budget, and have it operational by January 2020, is the best thing to happen in the Public Finance Management space in Nigeria, in our recent history.
Delta moves to strengthen healthcare delivery
To address growing incidence of diabetes and hypertension in the country, the Delta State Government and multinational pharmaceutical company, Sanofi Aventis...
‘Facilities to cater for people with special needs lacking in Abia’
Sequel to the move being made to cater for people with special needs in Abia State, healthcare givers/professionals have urged the government to, not only address the crucial lacking facilities but also motivate the personnel.
Group urges support, free healthcare for senior citizens
Government has been urged to provide support, free healthcare and monthly stipends for elderly members of the society. This advice was given at an event to mark the International...
HMO boss urges Nigerians to key into NHIS
To ensure a healthy society, the Executive Director, Wellness Health Management Organisation (HMO), Adetutu Afolabi, has urged Nigerians to prioritise...
Healthcare performance after 59 years is at its lowest ebb
A critical review of the healthcare performance in Nigeria 59 years after Independence concluded that although the country has made some progress especially in infrastructure in tertiary hospitals...