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HSP3 strategic priority NIPH jan_20_2017 - lo veasnakiry


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Presentation given by Dr Lo Veasnakiry at the 3rd Cambodian Health Researchers' Forum held at the National Institute of Public Health in Phnom Penh, 20th January 2017.

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HSP3 strategic priority NIPH jan_20_2017 - lo veasnakiry

  1. 1. HSP3 Strategic priority LO Veasnakiry, M.D.; M.A (HMPP) 20 January 2027
  2. 2. further promoting equitable health outcomes across the population. Sustaining and further improving access and coverage achieved with a renewed focus on improving quality to reduce the gap in distribution of improved quality health services (provinces vs. districts, rural vs. urban) Increasing financial risk protection across the population to reduce financial hardship in accessing health care, when needed 1 2 STRATEGIC OUTCOME
  3. 3. Potential Priority Areas for Actions Specific health needs of the population • Reproductive, maternal, newborn, child health (including immunization), and nutrition; • HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria, Dengue, Hepatitis, emerging & re-emerging infectious diseases, Neglected Tropical Diseases (TNDs) including helminthiasis and leprosy; • Non-communicable diseases (diabetes, hypertension, cancers, chronic respiratory infection, mental health & substance use, blindness prevention and control, vision and hearing impairment, disability, elderly care; • Risks factors to and social determinants of health-- tobacco & alcohol, food safety, hygiene and sanitation facilities; and • Impact on human health caused by environmental health risks (pollutions), disaster preparedness & response, road accidents & injuries; and of climate changes.
  4. 4. Potential Priority Areas for Actions Health system performance  Patient-centered, equity-focused and gender-sensitivity health service delivery;  Quality assurance: quality improvement initiatives towards accreditation of health care accreditation, safeguarding quality and efficacy of pharmaceutical products at affordable cost;  Health security: core capacity development to meet International Health Regulations’ requirements, effective disease surveillance and response system, and public health emergency preparedness and response;  Behavioral Change and communication, both health providers and consumers; promoting clients s’ and providers’ rights and practices of healthy lifestyle;  Substantial increase in the level of funding from stable sources of funding, along with increase in efficiency, securing value for money, and promoting mutual accountability for development assistance results;
  5. 5. Potential Priority Areas for Actions Health system performance  Social health protection coverage and financial risk protection including social insurance development for inform sector population;  Stronger education and training system; competency-based education and training; accreditation of education and training institutions;  Equitable distribution of competent and well-motivated health personnel with skill mix, and strengthening personnel management practices;  Appropriate basic resources infrastructures (medical equipment and technologies, sanitation and hygiene facilities, and application IC in health service delivery, teaching, management of information system);
  6. 6. Potential Priority Areas for Actions Health system performance  Effective laboratory & blood transfusion services to support efficient and effective health service delivery, with special focus on quality management and control systems;  Stronger national health information and effective performance monitoring and generated evidences to inform policy decision making through demand-driven health research agenda;  Legislation and regulation reinforcement (health professionals and health providers, both public and private, and regulatory capacity building and institutional development;  Effective multi-sectoral responses to health and health related issues, including effective public-private partnership;  National accountability mechanisms for regular monitoring and review of progress, with a broad range of stakeholders (including community, local administrations, NGOs, private sector…)
  7. 7. Strategic objectives 1. The population have access (including access to medicines) to comprehensive, affordable, quality, safe and effective quality health services at public and private health facilities. 2. Stable and sustained financing of healthcare services with increased financial risk protection when accessing healthcare services; 3. The health system will have adequate number of well-trained, competent and appropriate skill mix, well-motivated health personnel with professional ethics. 4. Public health facilities are adequately supplied with medicines, health commodities, medical material, with effective essential supportive services; 5. Public health facilities have appropriate basic infrastructure, advanced medical equipment and technology and a network of Information & Technology; 6. Ensure availability and use of high quality, accurate and timely health and health– related data/information, and promote health research; and 7. Develop institutional capacity at all levels, with special focus on leadership and management competency, regulation and strengthen local accountability in health.
  8. 8. Health Information System The main purpose of HIS development is to ensure availability of relevant, timely, high quality health and health related data and information for evidence-based policy formulation, decision-making, management and planning, disease surveillance and response system, and performance monitoring and evaluation, thereby contributing to improved health service delivery.
  9. 9. STRATEGIC AREA: HIS Strategic Objective 6. High quality, accurate and timely health and health–related data/information is available and used, with promoting sound health research. Strategy 26-30 26. Develop and implement legal tools and protocols for health information management. 27. Increase the quality, reliability and validity of health and health related data and information. 28. Improve institutional capacity on data management, especially at facilities and district level on data compilation, analysis, interpretation, reporting, dissemination and use. 29. Enhance the national disease surveillance and response systems, including public health emergency and disease reporting system. 30. Strengthen monitoring and evaluation system and promote health research.
  10. 10. Health Information System 30 Strengthen monitoring and evaluation system and promote health research. Outcome: Stronger M&E system and better use of research findings • Perform routine and continuous monitoring of plan implementation at required intervals by using the HSP3 Indicators Framework for M&E at different level of the health system. • Strengthen the use of the national M&E system, processes and tools to reduce multiple monitoring systems in the health sector, especially at operational level. • Enhance mutual accountability by the Ministry of Health and Development Partners to track progress of development cooperation towards the development results. • Establish governance structures with clearly defined roles and functions to advice, oversee and coordinate health research system, while promoting the use of research findings for policy dialogue and formulation. • Develop and regularly update a health research agenda to coordinate and complement research activities.