A 6-axis plan to provide basic health services while facing CoronaVisits : 88

A 6-axis plan to provide basic health services while facing Corona

The first axis: forming and activating a crisis room in each governorate

The Minister added during a cabinet meeting today, that the first axis relates to the governance and management of the crisis, through the formation and activation of a crisis room in each governorate, taking into account the participation of all actors in crisis management in the chamber, and the identification of simplified mechanisms and protocols to organize the provision of basic health services in coordination with protocols Corona virus treatment, and a continuous evaluation of services to clarify the strengths and weaknesses and the extent of the need to stop or add a service, in addition to establishing more than one means of contact with the emergency room to report developments in each health facility.
The second axis: automating health services and activating the theoretical examination.

The minister added that the second axis of the plan relates to organizing the provision of health services, through outpatient clinics by reducing waiting times, increasing the number of clinics, and reservation through the "Call Center", in addition to activating visual screening for all patients before entering health facilities , With mechanisms to isolate suspects in all health facilities (not designated for isolation), and establish clear standards and protocols for dealing with suspected and referral cases at all levels.
The third axis: reducing manpower within health facilities

The third axis of the plan touched on the necessity of counting and redistributing manpower as needed, and starting implementing rapid training mechanisms for diagnosis, screening, infection control, and reducing manpower within health facilities in one shift, while developing procedures, training and protocols for infection prevention, and working to increase measures Occupational health and infection control to the maximum extent, and the adoption of the work system (14 days / 14 days) in the event of the availability of manpower, provided that all disciplines are trained on the basics of dealing in intensive care as a future plan in the event of disability, and provide a direct link with doctors and download some The Applications on their phones, to be used when a medical team is suspected of being infected.
The fourth axis: the establishment of an electronic system to monitor the stock of medical supplies

With regard to the fourth axis, the provision of medicines and supplies through a map of requirements according to basic services, and the establishment of an electronic system to monitor inventory within medical supply and health facilities, and to coordinate the redistribution of supplies. This axis also included mechanisms for providing medicines and supplies through the tenders of the Ministry of Health and the unified procurement authority , With the introduction of an agreed mechanism to calculate needs.
The fifth axis: defining the work areas within each facility and obligating the employees therein

The plan included in its fifth axis, the continuous training of workers in infection control procedures, the preparation of working groups for training in the infection control manual to preserve medical personnel, and the need to adhere to wearing personal condoms, the continuous cleansing of workers housing, and the maintenance of spacing and inter-spaces in the housing, and the identification of areas Work within each facility and compel workers to it.
The sixth axis: Implementing awareness campaigns in all governorates of the Republic

The sixth axis included the implementation of awareness campaigns on the measures taken by the Ministry of Health, on the way to manage health facilities, methods of reservation and the system of work in the family medicine system.
The Ministry will also implement a number of innovative solutions that are represented in activating the “Call Center” service, activating the Egypt Health application, establishing an electronic system to link units and centers with hospitals, issuing the application for remote consultations, and telemedicine clinics.