Access to the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights
of every human being without the distinction of race, religion, political belief and
economic or social condition.
In realization of the right to health, government of countries are urged to make health care available, accessible, acceptable and of good quality.
Quality of healthcare has been described as the consistent delivery of a product or service according to expected standards. Quality in health care delivery addresses both technical and non-technical dimensions.
However, a considerable number of factors ranging from poor maintenance culture, overcrowding, long queues and stressful payment processes and procedures have made access to proper health seem like the American visa.
This deficiency is further found to originate from the institution’s inherent government structure, which promotes inefficiencies and inflexibility through the imposition of bureaucratic impediments to operational effectiveness.