Progress and Achievements of the Implementation of National Essential Public Health Services Programs over the Past Decade
As an important measure to deepen the reform of the medical and pharmaceutical health system, the national essential public health services programs has been carried out for more than ten years. Therefore, it is of great significance to evaluate the effect and remaining problems of the programs over the decade of implementation period (2009-2019) and to further promote the country's basic public health services. With reference to Donabedian quality theory, this paper summarized and analyzed the key problems existing in China's basic public health services from the aspects of project objectives, project contents, operation mechanisms, implementation processes and effects, and make relevant suggestions from six aspects, mainly as follows: based on scientific reasoning, dynamically adjusting the programs; suggestion that the national basic public health services should be graded and managed by classification; timely revision of project specifications to improve service quality and efficiency; gradually promoting the effectiveness-oriented evaluation and assessment system; improving operational mechanisms and promoting sustainable development; fully playing the role of county medical community, and enhancing service coordination; establishing a scientific and long-term monitoring mechanism for national essential public health services programs. It provides reference for further improvement and optimization of national essential public health services progjects.
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You, Lili; Zhao, Jinhong; Chen, Xinyue; Yang, Linghe; Liu, Meicen; Pan, Yuting; Zhang, Siqi; and Liu, Yuanli
"Progress and Achievements of the Implementation of National Essential Public Health Services Programs over the Past Decade,"
General Practice in China: Vol. 1:
1, Article 17.
Available at: https://www.gpinchina.net/journal/vol1/iss1/17
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