|Health coverage schemes|
1. All participants despite demographic background including insurance coverage status showed a broad understanding on the concept of health insurance, its functions and operations.|
2. Majority of participants stated concerns regarding exclusion of population-based health services from health coverage schemes arrangement.
3. All participants expressed concerns regarding health coverage schemes that cover only payroll employees. The arrangement systematically excludes low-income earners and unemployed individuals thus creating social and health disparities.
4. All participant felt that population health is determined by the social and structural environment where a person resides.
|Universal Health Coverage|
1. All participants’ showed limited understanding of the concept. However, upon a brief description, respondents showed willingness to embrace it.|
2. All participants felt that UHC agenda is an inclusive approach for addressing population health needs.
|Financing population-based health services.|
1. All participants indicated that, the government should play a central role in financing population-based health services.|
2. Some participants indicated that, a compulsory health financing arrangement is vital for enhancing public-private partnership in financing population-based services through UHC.
|Efficiency governance of financial resources for health|
|1. All participants felt that, improving efficiency in financial resources governance requires strategic integration of financial resources and service delivery.|
|Sustainability of insurance coverage among contracted employees.|
|2. Majority of the participants felt that, retention of contracted employees in the existing health coverage schemes requires review of the national health financing policy.|