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Department of Health Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao


... To promote, protect, preserve or restore the health of the people... ... Primary responsible for formulation, planning, implementation & coordination of policies and programs‌


Mission “Ensure affordable , responsive, equitable, accessible, sustainable and quality health care services and systems in ARMM.�


Vision “The DOH-ARMM as the center for excellence in health facilitates attainment of optimum health for the people of ARMM in 2012.�


DOH-ARMM ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Secretary

USEC for Special Concern

IT Un it

Asst. Secretary

Legal Section

Administrative Cash Section Personnel

Supply Gen. Services

Finance Acctg

RESU/HEMS

HRDU

Technical

Budget

Mgt. Analyst

FHC

IDC

Planning & Statistics

IPHO-Bas

IPHO-LS

IPHO-Mag

DHO

DHO

DHO

DHO

DHO

RHUs

RHUs

RHUs

RHUS

RHUs

BHSs

BHSs

BHSs

BHSs

BHSs

IPHO-Sulu

IPHO-Tawi

RLEC

NON-COM

CHO-LAM

CHO-MAR

BHSs

BHSs


Programs & Projects: ď‚— Family Health Cluster: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Maternal Health Care Child Health care Nutrition Family Planning Dental Care


Programs & Projects: ď‚— Infectious Diseases Cluster: 1. Tuberculosis 2. Leprosy 3. Malaria 4. Filariasis 5. Dengue 6. Rabies 7. Schistosomiasis 8. STI/STD/AIDS 9. Emerging/Re-emerging Diseases 10. STH 11. Food & Waterborne Diseases


Programs & Projects:  Integrated Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases: 1. Healthy Lifestyle 2. Tobacco Prevention & Control Program (ToPCoP) 3. Renal Disease Control Program ReDCoP) 4. Person w/ Disability 5. Violence and Injury Prevention Program 6. Care for Elderly/Señior Citizens 7. Mental Health 8. Autism 9. Voluntary Blood Services Program 10. Dangerous Drug Abuse Prevention & Treatment Program


Programs & Projects: ď‚— Regulations, Licensing & Enforcement Cluster 1. Health Facility & Services Licensing & Regulations 2. HFEP/Infrastructure 3. Physical Facilities 4. WASH/Environmental Health & Sanitation 5. Food & Drug Regulations 6. Milk Code (E.O 51) 7. Electronic Drug Price Monitoring System (EDPMS) 8. Adverse Drug Online Registry System (ADORS) 9. BNB/DOH-Complete Treatment Pack 10. BHW/IDITOMIS/ONEISS 11. Dental Facilities


ADMINISTRATIVE 0RDER NO. 0036 dated December 16, 2010

The Aquino Health Agenda: Achieving

Universal Health Care for all Filipinos


Priority Directions 2010-2016

Universal Health Care “Health is a right of every Filipino citizen and the State is duty-bound to ensure that all Filipinos have equitable access to

effective health care services�


UHC Goals  Better health outcomes  More responsive health system  Equitable health care financing


Universal Health Care Strategic Thrusts: Improve financial risk protection through improvements in NHIP benefit delivery Achieve health-related Millennium Development Goal -Max (MDG max) targets Improve access to quality health care facilities


Universal Health Care Six (6) Components  Health Financing  Health Service Delivery  Health Human Resource  Health Regulation  Health Information  Good Governance


Universal Health Care POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR

HEALTH FINANCING


Health Financing

Objective To increase resources for health care that will be effectively allocated and utilized, and will improve the financial risk protection.


Health Financing

Strategies 1. Achieve Universal Health Coverage 2. Increase public investment for health 3. Allocate resources to appropriate financing agent 4. Secure fiscal autonomy for government health facilities 5. Shift to new provider payment mechanism


Universal Health Care POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR

HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY


Health Service Delivery

Objective To transform the health service delivery structure to address variations in health service utilization and health outcomes across socio-economic variables.


Health Service Delivery

Strategies 1. Transform the health service delivery system from individual health provider/facility to a network of health facilities 2. Enhance service packages to be delivered by a service delivery network 3. Invest in the Health Facility Enhancement Program that defines a unified and rationalized health facility blueprint


Universal Health Care POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR

HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCE


Health Human Resource

Objective To ensure that all Filipinos have access to professional health care provider capable of meeting their health needs at the appropriate level of care.


Health Human Resource

Strategies 1. Ensure that each family has an assigned competent primary health care provider

2. Produce health professionals that are responsive to the current needs of the health sector 3. Manage the exit or re-entry of health professionals


Universal Health Care POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR

HEALTH REGULATION


Health Regulation

Objective To ensure equitable access to essential medicines, health services and technologies of assured quality, availability and safety.


Health Regulation

Strategies 1. Increase the availability of cheaper quality medicines 2. Improve affordability of essential medicines 3. Strengthen and monitor rational use of drugs and technology 4. Ensure the quality of essential medicines, technology and services 5. Strengthen the regulatory functions of DOH agencies


Universal Health Care POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR

HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEM


Health Information System

Objective To establish a modern information system that shall provide evidence for policy and program development and support for immediate and efficient provision of health care.


Health Information System

Strategies 1. Use of ICT to deliver universal health care, with particular focus on GIDAs such as eHealth

2. Generate reliable and timely data with demographic disaggregation 3. Utilize health information

4. Create enabling environment to generate and utilize health information system


Universal Health Care POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR

GOOD GOVERNANCE


Good Governance

Objective To establish the mechanisms for efficiency, economy and transparency to prevent opportunities for graft and corruption.


Good Governance

Strategies 1. Enhance the health system structure to better respond to inequities in health 2. Institutionalize the system for Sector-wide Development Approach for Health (SDAH) 3. Strengthen governance structures for government health facilities to become more transparent, participatory and responsive 4. Strengthen accountability and internal management control mechanisms


100 DAYS PLAN


1. Increase number of PhilHealth Accredited Facilities (Hospital/RHU) 1.1 Accreditation of additional 22 Government Hospitals 1.2 Accreditation of additional 3 Private Hospitals 1.3 Accreditation of additional

RHUs

2. Renewal of PhilHealth IDs issued to all poor/indigents listed in the NHTS-PR 602,819 indigents. 3. Increase number of enrollment in the Sponsored Program in coordination with PRO-ARMM 4. Increase percentage of PhilHealth Utilization specially among the NHTS-PR families through the CHTs


P/P/A

TIMELINE

Conduct of Rapid Coverage Monitoring for the Round 1 and 2 for the Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination (MNTE) in preparation for the ROUND 3

January 3 to 7, 2012 Lanao Maguindanao

BUDGET

UNICEFMNTE fund

January 9 to 12, 2012 Basilan Sulu (20 Barangay / District)

Conduct of the Round 3 MNTE to SULU, Lanao del Sur and Basilan

February 1 to March 2, 2012 Mass Immunization for Tetanus Toxoid for Women 15 to 40 years old (province wide)

UNICEFMNTE fund

Conduct of the Family Health Integrated Program Implementation Review

January 17 to 19, 2011 (Regional Level)

European and MNCHN fund


P/P/A

TB (tuberculosis)

DOTS (Direct

Observe Treatment Service)

Certification DRS

(Drug Resistance Survey)

Monitoring

TIMELINE

BUDGET

Jan-March National 2012 Tuberculosis (Region Wide) Program (NTP)fund January to February 2012 (provinces of Maguindanao and Lanao del Sur wide)

DOH-GOPNTP funds


P/P/A

TB in Children

TIMELINE

BUDGET

DOH-ARMM Jan-February & National Tuberculosis 2012 (Region Wide) Program (NTP)fund


P/P/A

TIMELINE

First to Second Massive Advocacy Week January 2012 (Selected primary Campaign on and elementary Dengue schools with the dengue logistics)

Surveillance of Dengue cases in coordination w/ RESU

January to March 2012

BUDGET

DOH-ARMM GOP Fund

DOH-ARMM GOP Fund


P/P/A

Regular surveillance & monitoring of Emerging and Re-Emerging Diseases in coordination w/ RESU

TIMELINE

BUDGET

January to March DOH-ARMM GOP Fund 2012


P/P/A

Processing of 26 applicants for the renewal of government hospital LTO's Surveillance of Unlicensed Health Facilities Enforcement of sanctions and Legal Orders to Pharmacies in Marawi City operating w/out LTO or Pharmacist

TIMELINE

January 2012 (region wide)

February 2012 (Region wide) February 2012

BUDGET

DOH-ARMM GOP Fund DOH-ARMM GOP Fund

DOH-ARMM GOP FUND


P/P/A

TIMELINE

Assessment of Drugstore to qualify for quality seal awards

First Week of February 2012 (Mainland)

Conduct first

BnB Provincial Summit

BUDGET

DOH-ARMM GOP Fund

DOH-ARMM January 2012 GOP Fund (Region wide)


P/P/A

Conduct Initial BHW accreditation re: Requirements for 2nd grade eligibility

TIMELINE January to February 2012 (region wide)

BUDGET

DOH-ARMM GOP Fund


P/P/A

TIMELINE

GROUND BREAKING CEREMONIES OF 2011 HFEP

January 2012 (Region Wide)

DELIVERY OF MEDICAL AND HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT March 2012 FOR RHUs AND (Region Wide) HOSPITALS IN ARMM

BUDGET

HFEP Fund

HFEP Fund


P/P/A GROUND BREAKING OF MARAWI CITY HOSPITAL GROUND BREAKING AND INAGURATION OF SUMISIP B RHU

TIMELINE

TARGET

SECOND WEEK OF JANUARY 2012

MARAWI CITY HOSPITAL

THIRD WEEK OF JANUARY 2012/ MARCH 2012

SUMISIP B RHU

GROUND BREAKING OF AT SECOND WEEK OF JANUARY LEAST 2 RHU'S IN EVERY FOR MAINLAND AND THIRD PROVINCE AND ONE CITY WEEK OF JANUARY FOR ISLAND PROVINCES

12 RHU'S


P/P/A

TIMELINE

TARGET

COMPLETION AND INAGURATION OF AT LEAST 2 RHUs IN EVERY PROVINCE

FIRST WEEK OF APRIL 2012

12 RHU'S

DELIVERY OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FOR HOSPITALS AND RHU'S (ARMM)

THIRD WEEK OF FEBRUARY-MARCH 2012

HOSPITALS AND RHU'S


P/P/A

TIMELINE

BUDGET

CREATION OF

REGIONAL INTERAGENCY COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH ROLL OUT TRAINING ON WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE(WASH) IN EMERGENCY FOR SANITARY INSPECTORS AND HEMS COORDINTORS

February 2012 (inter

officer region )

March 2012 (Region wide)

WASH Fund

WASH Fund


DOH-ARMM Enhanced FHSIS 100 Days Operational Plan

Priority Activities

Time

Target Area/Pax

Item

Source of Fund

1. Data Validation & eFHSIS software updates

January/ February 2012

5 prov. & 2 cities

TEVs

DOH-NEC

2. Provision of Funds for FHSIS Monitoring

January/ February 2012

5 prov. & 2 cities

TEVs

DOH-NEC

3. Data Processing

Feb. 20 to Mar. 2, 2012

FHSIS 2011

DOH-ARMM

4. eFHSIS Software Training for RHUs

March 6-8, 2012

Prov’l FHSIS Coord. & Comp. Oprts

Food & Hotel Accom., TEVs/Per Diems, Training Materials & Documentation

DOH-NEC

5. FHSIS Training for MECA

March And April 2011

MECCA

Food & Hotel Accom., TEVs/Per Diems, Training Materials & Documentation

Regional Data


GOOD GOVERNANCE


P/P/A

TIMELINE

BUDGET

Hiring of Disease January – March 2012 DOH-ARMM Surveillance (Seven Disease Officer for every Surveillance Officers) GOP Fund PESUs

Procurement of Refrigerator for storage of specimen (stool and blood)

DOH-ARMM January 2012 GOP Fund


P/P/A

TIMELINE

BUDGET

Hiring of Disease January – March 2012 DOH-ARMM Surveillance (Seven Disease Officer for every Surveillance Officers) GOP Fund PESUs

Procurement of Refrigerator for storage of specimen (stool and blood)

DOH-ARMM January 2012 GOP Fund


THANK YOU


100 days UHC Aquino