HFL is the unifying body of the private health sector that collaborates with the MOH to improve quality, access, and equity in the healthcare sector in Liberia

Category: News Report

Ministerial Stakeholder’s Forum

The Healthcare Federation of Liberia in partnership with the Ministry of Health hosted it’s quarterly ministerial stakeholder’s forum on December 1, 2021. AttendeesĀ  included: the HFL board and secretariat, HFL’s committee chairs, MOH’s private sector focal person and the MOH team.   During this forum, it was noted that the Liberia Medical and Dental Council’s […]

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HMIS Training

Private health service providers in Liberia face many constraints that hinders their abilities to provide quality health services. These constraints include: The lack of financing to develop and improve businesses Inadequate in-service training opportunities for staff Lack of clear service delivery standards Counterfeit drugs and substandard medical equipment Insufficient regulation Frequent power outages and an […]

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Pooled Procurement Field Assessment

Pooled procurement, while it has its benefits, can bring about challenges when done haphazardly. In the Liberian Health Sector for instance, multiple sources of procurement in the private health system of Liberia has lead to many challenges, i.e. quality of drugs, price variation, product information sharing and the purchasing power of facility managers.   These […]

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Business Opportunities in Liberia’s Health Sector

In every sector lies vast opportunities for growth. Whether you are an individual or a corporate entity. As times change, and challenges become prevalent, the need for solutions increase. This need offers opportunities for growth to individuals with capacity. These opportunities include business opportunities.   However when it comes to the health care sector in […]

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PPE Distribution

On 16th March 2020, Liberia recorded its first Covid 19 case. It will go on to record severalĀ  cases after that and go through several phases. This disrupted healthcare routines, hindering the delivery of healthcare services. The Healthcare Sector had to quickly adjust through the use of personal protective equipment. The sector kept readjusting to […]

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