Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan summed up overall results of 2016 and determined the tasks for the forthcoming period
An extended meeting of the Collegium of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan was held today on the results of 2016 and tasks for 2017.
The event was attended by the deputies of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, representatives of the Presidential Administration, central state bodies, deputies of akims, heads of regional health departments, jurisdictional organizations, territorial departments, NGOs, etc.
MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN SUMMARIZED RESULTS OF THE SOCIAL CAMPAIGN "100 PROBLEMS – 100 SOLUTIONS - 100 DAYS"
From the beginning of this year, within the framework of the social campaign "100 problems - 100 solutions - 100 days" initiated by the medical community with the support of the Ministry of Health 2,094 proposals from almost 800 sources were received for future improvements of the health system.
According to the terms of execution, all received information was divided into 3 groups: high (short-term), medium (medium-term) and longstanding (long-term). Most of the aroused proposals grouped to the first group as those were about information deficit regarding medical services, patient rights and treatment tactics. Such proposals will be addressed through carrying out awareness-raising work on site or through the call-centers of the medical organizations.
SOCIAL CAMPAIGN "100 PROBLEMS – 100 SOLUTIONS - 100 DAYS" GAINED A GREAT RESPONSE FROM THE PEOPLE OF KAZAKHSTAN
Social campaign "100 problems - 100 solutions - 100 days", initiated by the medical community with the support of the Ministry of Health has gained a great response from the people of Kazakhstan. Since the beginning of the campaign the Republican center for health development received more than two thousand proposals on further improvement of the healthcare system. Proposals were received on average every 10 - 12 minutes on the provided e-mail addresses.
In the Republic of Kazakhstan the possibility of using of public health scientific research results had been discussed
Today in Astana a seminar was held on the creation and development of the network in Kazakhstan on the utilization of the scientific research in shaping the health policy (Evidence-informed policy network Europe - hereinafter EVIP-Net). Seminar was organized by World Health Organization (hereinafter - WHO), which was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Health, healthcare managers, the Republican Center for Health Development personnel (hereinafter - RCHD MoH) and representatives of the medical universities of the country.