|NHIS stakeholders by level of support and influence|
|High support||Medium-level support/low opposition||High opposition|
|High influence||i. Parliament||i. Trade unions||i. National Social Security Fund (NSSF)|
|ii. Prime minister||ii. Federation of Uganda Employers|
|iii. Cabinet||iii. Uganda Manufacturers Association|
|iv. Ministries (MOH, MOFPED, MOPS, MOGLSD)||iv. Private sector foundation|
|v. Providing for Health (P4H)|
|Medium-level influence||i. Insurance Regulatory Authority of Uganda||i. Local governments (district and urban authorities)||-|
|iii. National Planning Authority|
|Low influence||i. Private for-profit providers||i. NGOs & religious medical bureaus||-|
|ii. Community Health Insurance Schemes||ii. Donors (bilaterals)|
|iii. Health professional associations|
|iv. Private insurance companies|
Adapted from Roberts et al. 2008 .
Basaza et al.
Basaza et al. BMC Health Services Research 2013 13:357 doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-357