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MOH Advisory Board Discusses Performance Assessment Programs at MOH
12 September 2013
Under the chairmanship of His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah, the International Advisory Board of the Ministry of Health (MOH) hold its seventh meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday at the MOH headquarter. During the Meeting, the Board has discussed the performance assessment programs in the MOH's sectors, and hospitals as well as the productivity of health practitioners.
 
Within the same vein, the Board members of the international experts reviewed the mechanisms of performance assessment of the health facilities and their staff at the international universities and hospitals; in order to summarize these mechanisms and make benefit of them in the Kingdom. Furthermore, the participants also discussed the biggest challenges for the Ministry, which are the workforce, the mechanism of developing the training programs, promoting the level of national cadres, and attracting the health cadres for the MOH large projects.
 
The Board members have underlined the ministry step of the Clinical Audit Programs and Sentinel Events Program, highlighting the way of developing this vital program to include all products of the health services, as well as mechanisms to measure the satisfaction of the beneficiaries of this service.
 
Moreover, the experts have suggested a number of mechanisms to develop the MOH assessment programs; in order to become more transparent and accurate and use them in the decision-making, meanwhile, there should be several levels of assessment between hospitals, health affairs directorates and the Ministry.
 
It is noteworthy that the Minister of Health has established the MOH International Advisory Board that aims at taking advantage of the leading and outstanding global expertise scientifically and practically. Therefore, this Board will be an essential source for the Ministry to benefit from in the preparation, planning and implementation of all current and future projects, more importantly, the National Project for Integrated and Comprehensive Health Care; through which the MOH seeks to promote the level of health care provided for citizens to the highest international standards.
 
 
 



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