Disease Prevention and Health Care Promotion in the Philippine Development Plan by Asst. Director Myrna Asuncion

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Disease Prevention and Health Care Promotion in the Philippine Development Plan by Asst. Director Myrna Asuncion

  1. 1. Disease Prevention and Health Care Promotion in the Philippine Development Plan, 2011-2016 and the Post-2015 Development Agenda
  2. 2. Outline 1.  Introduction 2. Updated Philippine Development Plan: the road to inclusivity 3. Post-2015 Development Agenda: Health 2
  3. 3. Inadequate level of human development –  Declining quality of education –  Inadequate health services –  Inadequate protection from shocks on human capital –  Environmental degradation and natural disasters
  4. 4. Health Sector Agenda Development   Process   -­‐Health  care  service   u/liza/on     -­‐Environmental   protec/on   -­‐Nutri/on   -­‐Fer/lity   -­‐Injury   Development   Output   -­‐Disease   Preven/on   Development   Outcome   Improved   health  status   -­‐Health   Promo/on   4
  5. 5. UPDATED PHILIPPINE DEVELOPMENT PLAN: THE ROAD TO INCLUSIVITY 5
  6. 6. Inclusive growth Higher  economic  growth  for   2011-­‐2016   Growth  that  generates  mass   employment   Growth  that  reduces  poverty,   including  achievement  of  Millennium   Development  Goals  
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  8. 8. Strategic Framework on Social Development Goals Poverty reduced and quality employment created Equal development opportunities achieved Sector outcomes Subsector outcomes Human capabilities improved Health and nutrition status improved Knowledge and skills enhanced Vulnerabilities reduced Social protection expanded Access to secure shelter expanded
  9. 9. Universal Health Care •  Government strategy to improve access to affordable and quality healthcare (1)  Scaling-up promising preventive and promotive health programs and improving health-seeking behavior among the most vulnerable population (2)  Improving financial risk protection by expanding national health insurance coverage (3) Ensuring quality of service by not only investing in facility infrastructure and equipment, but also improving clinical and management processes, and regulating the quality of care provided 9
  10. 10. Preventive and Promotive Healthcare •  Healthier and more productive population •  Reduce the need for treatment and rehabilitation •  Prevents illnesses and reduce suffering •  Improves chance of benefiting from economic opportunities offered by a fast growing economy 10
  11. 11. THE POST-2015 DEVELOPMENT AGENDA: HEALTH 11
  12. 12. Health Challenges •  The government budget for health is limited. •  There is unequal access to quality health care: maternal health is poor and infectious diseases are not undercontrol. •  The Pantawid Pamilya Program is ineffective in remote areas where health facilities are lacking. 12
  13. 13. Proposed Health Interventions Towards Inclusiveness •  Encourage the growth of the health care industry. •  Further improve health care service delivery. •  Enhance affordable health care. 13
  14. 14. Thank you!

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