Incentivising Private Specialists to Work in the Public Health Sector: Expanding ‘Session Work’ in South Africa

HEU Policy Brief, November 2012

4 Pages Posted: 8 Dec 2012

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Health Economics Unit

University of Cape Town (UCT) - School of Public Health & Family Medicine

Date Written: 2012

Abstract

This policy brief aims to understand whether or how session work in hospitals could be expanded to help achieve universal health coverage. It explores how common session work is, what it implies, and why it is attractive to some at present; how willing other private specialists might be to work in the public sector in future; and how session work might be incentivised for expansion.

Keywords: public health, human resource, doctors

Suggested Citation

SUBMITTER, Health, Incentivising Private Specialists to Work in the Public Health Sector: Expanding ‘Session Work’ in South Africa (2012). HEU Policy Brief, November 2012. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2186445

Health SUBMITTER (Contact Author)

University of Cape Town (UCT) - School of Public Health & Family Medicine ( email )

Private Bag X3
Rondebosch, Western Cape 7701
South Africa

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