Skip to comments.Obama Seeks to Accelerate Access to Health Care -- Now in Uganda
Posted on 11/28/2012 3:10:15 AM PST by Steve Peacock
The Obama Administration is continuing its push to expand citizen access to health care--and it now seeks to accomplish that task on behalf of the citizens of Uganda.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) acknowledged this morning that soon it will seek a contractor to run its new Ugandan health program. According to a presolicitation notice released today that U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor located via routine database research, USAID around Dec. 20 will release a Request for Proposals for the endeavor.
The stated intermediate goals of the initiative are:
1) Expanded availability of health services by private service providers;
2) Increased affordability of private health services and products; and:
3) Improved quality of private health sector facilities and services.
The agency released the document to alert industry that it seeks to:
identify a qualified contractor to implement this new program. The primary objective of the program is to support the professional development of Private Health Providers/Private for Profit (PHP/PFP) providers, selected private sector run company clinics, private health sector regulatory entities and commercial pharmaceuticals firms.
USAID did not disclose the program's estimated cost.
Source document: Solicitation #SOL-617-13-000005.
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It’s ok to ration our own health care, but now we want to take care of Uhgandans.
Older Americans might have to move to Uganda to get health care.
Obama, and his entire crowd are totally incapable of understanding economics. It’s as much a mystery to them as are the purpose(s) behind the creation of the specifics that are our Constitution.
Our representative government is fogbound, and off the side of the road in a ditch.
“O” is one of those people who starts a lot of things and finishes NOTHING.
The status of US health care is problematic (thanks to HIS ‘reforms’) and he wants to stick his nose in THEIR health care?
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