How fixed fees and patit choice can support eye care for the poorest

Rahmathullah, Raheem
January 2014
Canadian Horse Annual;2014, p54
The article focuses on the management practices used by the Clinica Oftalmologica Divino Nino Jesus (DNJ) in Peru. It informs that the clinic followed three practices for increasing income source including increasing cataract surgery, increasing the number of patients covering the cost of surgery and decreasing the number of patients who are subsidized. It also mentions that the clinic uses computerised management information system and better service management practices.


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