The forum, which focused on areas such as financing, quality and standards, M-TIBA training and financial incentives, most importantly provided an opportunity for the sharing of ideas and best practice among the healthcare providers present.
The highlight of the day was the much-anticipated M-TIBA awards with ‘Highest M-TIBA Transactions’, ‘Highest Enrollments’ and ‘Quality Health Provisions’ all up for grabs.
Milicent Olulo, Country Director, explained how healthcare providers can achieve quality healthcare standards using the SafeCare standards. Other presentations included one from Evelyn Gitonga, Director of Medical Credit Fund who shared how clinics can take advantage of Cash Advance an M-TIBA feature which allows providers to access loans and pay back in installments.
MC for the day, Kariuki Kamau, did a fantastic job entertaining the room.
The most coveted award of the day ‘Highest number of M-TIBA transactions’ was awarded to Olive Link Healthcare who shared with the audience how M-TIBA has helped to improve quality of service provision at their HealthCare facility.
Ruaraka Uhai and St Patrick’s Health Center were overjoyed to be awarded the ‘Quality Health Provision’ award.
Boniface Wanjiku from Start General Healthcare collects the award for ‘Highest number of Enrollments’.
Spirits were high as the inaugural M-TIBA forum came to a close!