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Thursday, 16 April 2015

Overhaul The Health Sector And Halt The Public Private Partnership - MLSN President

The Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN) has challenged the incoming administration of Gen. Muhammadu Buhari to overhaul the health sector and halt the Public Private Partnership (PPP).

According to MLSN's National President, Alh. Toyosi Raheem who addressed journalists in Abuja Wednesday on the occasion commemorating the 2015 World Biomedical Science Day, PPP had only help increase the pains of the ordinary people as it has brought about high cost of accessing healthcare.
He said government improve the funding of the health sector and appointing professionals to manage resources allocated to the sector.
He also said for effective healthcare delivery the new administration must carry out positive change that will ensure industrial harmony in the sector.
This, Raheem said include the liberalization of the headship and restructuring of the Federal Ministry of Health, with a view of appointing professionally unbiased health administrators.

AMLSN president also urged the incoming administration to ensure the implementation of the National Health Act 2014 in a way that all the positive gains expected from the act.
He said, "in the health sector, AMLSN looks forward to positive changes that will liberalize the headship and restructuring of the Federal Ministry of Health with a view of appointing credible professionally unbiased, experienced health administrators or professionals that will give enabling environments and resources of optimal discharge of quality health caters at all levels in Nigeria."
Raheem also tasked the incoming administration on the need to give equal opportunities to and treat all health professionals in the sector with justice, fairness and career progressions and professional autonomy that will make every profession contribute it's best to the health sector.
AMLSN advised the Buhari led incoming government should "ensure universal health coverage to Nigerians as envisaged by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Speaking on the Biomedical Science Day, with the theme, "patients' safety first", Raheem noted that the day was to increase awareness on the role of biomedical laboratory scientists in quality and effective healthcare delivery.

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