Mr Kagwe who was speaking when he opened a three day retreat. Between the Ministry of Health and the Kenya Editors Guild. At the Ocean Beach Resort in Malindi Town. He said the Government had set up a new management structure and an efficient board at Kemsa.
He said reforms at Kemsa are aimed at ensuring that Kenyans get value for their money. "The clean-up might mean that the government reengineers Kemsa into a tight fighting unit, rather than just having masses of the people. For effective running of universal health care," He said.
Mr Kagwe said it will be difficult for the government. To implement the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) without an efficient operating Kemsa.
He said the reforms will include bringing on board people from the ministry of health. Including the Kemsa Board chairperson Mary Mwandime.
Mr Otieno said Editors and Journalists cannot work effectively. Unless they get informed about what the government is doing to ensure the health sector delivers to Kenya.
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