Economic Assessment of Introducing Community Medical Assistants in Primary Healthcare in Moldova

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Presentation of Dr Jari Kempers on an Economic Assessment of Introducing Community Medical Assistants in Primary Healthcare in Moldova. Human resource needs and costs of community medical assistant services. This national-level economic analysis of the introduction of a new community medical assistant (CMA) service seeks to answer the questions: How many CMAs are needed? How quickly could the service be scaled up? By how much would primary healthcare capitation payments need to be increased to cover the costs of this new service?

Health economist (PhD), Dr Jari Kempers

About the author

Dr Jari Kempers is a senior health economist (PhD) and consultant. He founded Qalys Health Economics in 2007. He helps healthcare policymakers and programme managers to make better plans and decisions by providing technical assistance and strategic advice on health economics and health financing topics.

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