The medical community with support of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan initiates a social campaign "100 problems – 100 solutions - 100 days"
Medical community of Kazakhstan with support of the Ministry of Health initiated a social campaign "100 problems – 100 solutions - 100 days" applying social network Facebook and WhatsApp messenger launched a survey to identify hot off the press health system issues.
"We need to identify 100 most urgent and pressing issues that are relevant to the public and the medical community. Out of the mouth of our citizens we would like to hear about the difficulties encountered in obtaining medical services, healthcare problems that they face every day. We are also interested to receive proposals from the citizens themselves to improve the quality and convenience in obtaining medical services that must be taken into account when making decisions ", - explained the Minister of Health.
Deregulation issues of businesses in the healthcare sector were discussed at the meeting of the Business Council chaired by Minister of Health Elzhan Birtanov.
As of 31st January 2017 President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev in his Message has instructed the Government to take systematic measures to eliminate barriers to business. The President emphasized that it is necessary in the system of compulsory social health insurance (CSHI) private health organizations provide with equal conditions for development of competitiveness.
In Kazakhstan, the in-patient care (hospital) services are delivered by only 901 medical organizations, of which 161 private hospitals, 3149 out-patient organizations, of which 941 are privately owned. According to Health care payment Committee of MoH in 2016 288 commercial medical organizations took part in the provision of services within the guaranteed volume of free medical care (GVFMC) funded by state budget, which is 28% of the total number of participants of the state order.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Republican centre for healthcare development conducts anonymous survey among medical practitioners.
Republican centre for healthcare development of the Ministry of Health to study the current situation of the usage of national clinical guidelines and treatment protocols (hereinafter - TP) conducting an anonymous survey among medical practitioners in the daily practice.
This survey will enable practitioners to express their views on improving the content structure of TP.
In this regard, kindly we ask you by the 23rd February 2017 to participate in the online survey (link to the questionnaire: https://ru.surveymonkey.com/r/26GWPB2).
Republican centre for healthcare development accredited by the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua)
For the first time in Republic of Kazakhstan, the national accreditation body, represented by the Accreditation Centre of the Republican centre for healthcare development has received international recognition for its core activities. Based on the compliance to the requirements of the accreditation system of Kazakhstan by supreme body of the world in health care quality and safety - International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua), Accreditation Commission of the ISQua Board of Directors made decision to accredit Republican Centre for Health Development for a period of four years until January 2021. Ceremonial presentation of a certificate of international accreditation will be held in London on the 1-4 October 2017 at the annual conference of ISQua.