This report focusses on Life Sciences in Africa within Sub-Saharan Africa.
In this KPMG thought leadership, “Curing the Ails of Investing in Healthcare in Africa” we discuss both the challenges and solutions of driving reformation of the sector together with real-life examples.
Many view Africa as the continent of opportunity, but the state of the fragile healthcare systems, underpinning the acceleration of social development and economic growth, fails to reflect these prospects, says KPMG Africa.
KPMG Africa has collaborated across our healthcare practices in West, East and Sub-Saharan Africa to explore the impact of Ebola, both on the affected countries as well as on the businesses of some of our key clients.
This post-conference report/document captures the main highlights from the recent KPMG conference “Devolution of Healthcare Services in Kenya. Lessons Learnt from Other Countries”
Healthcare development has long been of concern in the African continent. However, due to the continents fast paced economic growth, there has been a huge increase in investment.
Emerging health economies are challenging traditional models of care and succeeding with innovative, low-cost alternatives.
Healthcare organisations around the world are increasingly pursuing tighter control over quality assurance and reliability.
As countries grow wealthier, models of healthcare provision and financing need to adapt to increasing expectations and new demands for healthcare.
INSIGHT is a semi-annual magazine that provides a broad scope of local, regional and global
perspectives on many of the key issues facing today's global infrastructure industry.
With a population of one billion and an economy likely to double in size from US$2 trillion to US$4 trillion before 2025, Africa has quickly emerged as the next economic driver for the global economy.
On 4 August 2010, 67 percent of Kenyan voters approved a new Constitution in a constitutional referendum, and it was signed into law on 27 August 2010.
A new report from KPMG that shows how several hospitals around the world are achieving remarkable and lasting advances in efficiency and patient care by successfully adopting Lean manufacturing techniques
These are exciting times for healthcare. Emerging economies around the world are focussed on innovation and developing new business models for this sector.
Healthcare transformation demands a new vision and approach from life sciences companies.
Innovative funding, patient-centred care and community involvement for long-term care systems worldwide.
A KPMG report explores the state of healthcare in Africa, identifies reasons for underperformance and highlights success stories
KPMG’s Global Healthcare Practice global insights
Insight: Megaprojects is KPMG’s global infrastructure magazine, with a special feature on Africa’s infrastructure market - KPMG
KPMG Quarterly Issues Briefing discusses convenient, accessible and affordable long-term care for the elderly | KPMG