Barasa EW

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Assessing the hospital surge capacity of the Kenyan health system in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.Barasa EW, Ouma PO, Okiro EA
PLoS One, (2020). 15:e0236308

What characteristics of provider payment mechanisms influence health care providers' behaviour? A literature review.Kazungu JS, Barasa EW, Obadha M, Chuma J
Int J Health Plann Manage, (2018). 33:e892-e905

A Critical Analysis of Purchasing Arrangements in Kenya: The Case of the National Hospital Insurance Fund.Munge K, Mulupi S, Barasa EW, Chuma J
Int J Health Policy Manag, (2018). 7:244-254

Challenges in Financing Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa.McIntyre D, Obse AG, Barasa EW, Ataguba JE
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance. Ed. , (2018). :

Extending voluntary health insurance to the informal sector: experiences and expectations of the informal sector in Kenya.Barasa EW, Mwaura N, Rogo K, Andrawes L
Wellcome Open Res, (2017). 2:94

From bouncing back, to nurturing emergence: reframing the concept of resilience in health systems strengthening.Barasa EW, Cloete K, Gilson L
Health Policy Plan, (2017). 32:iii91-iii94

"We are toothless and hanging, but optimistic": sub county managers' experiences of rapid devolution in coastal Kenya.Nyikuri MM, Tsofa B, Okoth P, Barasa EW, Molyneux S
Int J Equity Health, (2017). 16:113

Recentralization within decentralization: County hospital autonomy under devolution in Kenya.Barasa EW, Manyara AM, Molyneux S, Tsofa B
PLoS One, (2017). 12:e0182440

Examining levels, distribution and correlates of health insurance coverage in Kenya.Kazungu JS, Barasa EW
Trop Med Int Health, (2017). 22:1175-1185

Assessing the impoverishing effects, and factors associated with the incidence of catastrophic health care payments in Kenya.Barasa EW, Maina T, Ravishankar N
Int J Equity Health, (2017). 16:31

Determining the effective coverage of maternal and child health services in Kenya, using demographic and health survey data sets: tracking progress towards universal health coverage.Nguhiu PK, Barasa EW, Chuma J
Trop Med Int Health, (2017). 22:442-453

Hospitals as complex adaptive systems: A case study of factors influencing priority setting practices at the hospital level in Kenya.Barasa EW, Molyneux S, English M, Cleary S
Soc Sci Med, (2017). 174:104-112

Setting healthcare priorities: a description and evaluation of the budgeting and planning process in county hospitals in Kenya.Barasa EW, Cleary S, Molyneux S, English M
Health Policy Plan, (2017). 32:329-337

The influence of power and actor relations on priority setting and resource allocation practices at the hospital level in Kenya: a case study.Barasa EW, Cleary S, English M, Molyneux S
BMC Health Serv Res, (2016). 16:536

Setting Healthcare Priorities at the Macro and Meso Levels: A Framework for Evaluation.Barasa EW, Molyneux S, English M, Cleary S
Int J Health Policy Manag, (2015). 4:719-32

Setting healthcare priorities in hospitals: a review of empirical studies.Barasa EW, Molyneux S, English M, Cleary S
Health Policy Plan, (2015). 30:386-96

A multifaceted intervention to improve the quality of care of children in district hospitals in Kenya: a cost-effectiveness analysis.Barasa EW, Ayieko P, Cleary S, English M
PLoS Med, (2012). 9:e1001238

Out-of-pocket costs for paediatric admissions in district hospitals in Kenya.Barasa EW, Ayieko P, Cleary S, English M
Trop Med Int Health, (2012). 17:958-61

Viewpoint: Economic evaluation of package of care interventions employing clinical guidelines.Barasa EW, English M
Trop Med Int Health, (2011). 16:97-104