Healthcare experts will discuss all aspects of case classification, analysis and financing at the Patient Classification Systems International (PCSI) 2014 in Doha today, under the patronage of the Minister of Public Health H E Abdullah bin Khalid Al Qahtani.
Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) is raising awareness of sepsis a complication commonly triggered by an infection and helping the public understand how to prevent the potentially life-threatening condition as part of activities organised to mark World Sepsis Day.
The completion of the much anticipated “Qatar Health Facilities Master Plan” (QHFMP) was announced today at a Supreme Council of Health [SCH] press conference by Dr. Faleh Mohamed Hussain Ali, the Assistant Secretary General for Policy Affairs, SCH.
The comprehensive 20 year blue-print produced as part of the National Health Strategy 2011-2016, delivers:
The National Health Strategy project ushering in Continuing Medical Education and Continuing Professional Development (CME/CPD) for Qatar plays a crucial role in ensuring healthcare practitioners deliver quality healthcare to patients.
CME/CPD will be mandatory for all healthcare practitioners in early 2016 so they continuously upgrade their skills.
Three years after its launch, the National Health Strategy 2011-2016 (NHS) has completed two major projects and achieved 44 percent of its remaining 37 projects.
All hospitals and primary health centres in the country will be required to regularly report to the Supreme Council of Health (SCH) on rare incidents, patient and staff satisfaction, patient safety and laboratory efficiency from April 1, 2014 under the mandatory Health Service Performance Agreement (HSPA).
Read about NHS Healthcare Quality Improvement Project 2.1.
In an effort to improve accountability and standardize the quality of healthcare in Qatar, the SCH has announced a new reporting framework for providers that takes effect next month. Quality improvement is the one of the main aims of the National Health Strategy, a six-year plan to upgrade Qatar’s healthcare system by 2016.
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