Kenya Healthcare Federation (KHF) is the Health Sector Board of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA). Founded in 2004, the Federation works with care providers, hospitals, pharmaceutical manufacturers and insurers to promote strategic public-private partnerships toward achieving national access to quality healthcare and is dedicated to engaging the government and all relevant stakeholders in achieving quality healthcare by maximizing the contribution of the private sector.
In addition to influencing public policy, KHF also voices its support and concerns, and provides alternative solutions to issues facing the health sector. So far, the Federation has participated in many policy formation meetings and has actively taken part in the different engagement structures coordinated by KEPSA on any issues raised in regards to health issues. Its membership includes medical associations, professional associations, and corporate members.
- Initiate activities and programs that guarantee the sustainability and vitality of the Kenya Healthcare Federation.
- Promote the role of the private sector as a key player in delivery of quality healthcare services in Kenya.
- Engage with various government of Kenya agencies and other policy makers in the development of policies that promote delivery of quality healthcare services in Kenya.
- Build the capacity of members and lobby for action in key thematic areas of health service delivery.
- Facilitate, coordinate and undertake the publication and dissemination of the annual Kenya Health Index.