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MoH strategy to make healthcare world class Staff Reporter / 26 December 2013 The strategy has been developed in response to emerging challenges and progresses achieved in the health sector worldwide. The Ministry of Health (MoH) on Wednesday unveiled the blueprint of its 2014-2016 strategy to make the nation’s healthcare system on par with international standards of quality assurance. The strategy has been developed in response to emerging challenges and progresses achieved in the health sector worldwide. “The ministry gives top priority to the health sector for both locals and residents,” Minister of Health Abdul Rahman Al Owais said at the launch of the initiative in Abu Dhabi. As it seeks to enhance the aspirations of the UAE’s federal government and people, the ministry has to make its establishments and facilities in tune with international standards of quality assurance and progress of services, he added. Awadh Seghayer Al Ketbi, Assistant Undersecretary for Support Services, gave a brief presentation about the strategy. “The ministry’s objectives aim for enhancing and strengthening its health policies, regulations and governance guidance at the federal level. “We also aim at developing and improving the MoH infrastructural facilities and healthcare safety system to counter health hazards, promoting public healthcare standards and raising public healthcare awareness among the community,” he explained. “Plans are being put in place to ensure provision of comprehensive healthcare services, supporting and applying scientific research and healthcare studies, ensuring provision of central administrative services and improving auxiliary support healthcare services,” Al Ketbi added. email@example.com Continue reading →
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