TITLE

Sustainable eye care at Kitale Eye Unit

AUTHOR(S)
Rono, Hillary
PUB. DATE
January 2014
SOURCE
Canadian Horse Annual;2014, p53
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the quality of eye care maintained at Kitale Eye Unit, a department within the Kitale District Hospital along its cost and income management practices. It mentions the sources of income for the unit including fee for service, ophthalmic pharmacy and local philanthropists and cost reduction practices including human resources management, surgical consumables and time management. It also mentions that the unit offers feedback to staff and monitors progress.
ACCESSION #
93453583

 

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