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The end desire aspiration of an academic institution.
A place where learners of different ages gain an education.
This term commonly applies to both formal and informal institutions.
It deals with the conventional classroom.
It is anything learned more independently outside the conventional classroom.
It is usually a one-sentence statement describing the distinct and motivating long-term desired transformation.
It should be clear, memorable and concise.
E. g. Amnesty International
Average length of 14 words.
It is a one-sentence relating the intention of your institution's existence.
It answer the question "what you do or who you do this for?"
5-14 words with a maximum of 20.
Inform, focus and guided.
e. g. "The increase and diffusion of knowledge" by Smithsonian.
It is a list of fundamental doctrines.
It creates a moral direction of the institution, guides decision-making and create yardstick against any action.
It carries out educational activities based on the age grade system that provides considerable diversity.
Whereby school and other institutions are the usual places for learning.
Any other place to gain knowledge.
e. g. Human Right Campaign
Define the key measure of the institution success.
Talks about the future.
e. g. "Spreading ideas" by TED.
It inspires to give the best.
It is an arrangement of parts and their interconnections come together for a purpose.
who defined system
who defined health system in 1991
the combination of resources, organization, financing and management that culminate in the delivery of health services to the population.
all the organizations, institutions and resources that are devoted to producing health actions
World Health Organization
who defined health system in 2000
Improving population health
the overarching goal
Health service provision
Is the most visible product of the health care system.
"Delivering health services is thus an essential part of what the system does but it is not what the system is"
Health service provision
The besy systems also promote health and try to avert illness through education and preventive measures.
Health service inputs
It is the assembling of essential resources for delivering health services.
Health service inputs
These include human resources, medications, and medical equipment.
Health service inputs
This function is generally outside the immediate control of health system policy makers.
The overall system oversight sets the context and policy framework for the overall health system.
This function is usually a governmental responsibility.
Includes collective revenues, pooling financial risk and allocating revenue.
This entails collection of money to pay for health care services.
The core function of health insurance mechanisms.
It uses an insurance system.
the Insurers are called?
Health care is provided and financed by the government through tax payments.
The way most risk-pooling organizations or purchasers use collected and pooled financial resources.
Those which deliver effective, safe, quality personal and non-personal health interventions.
Works in a way that are responsive, fair and efficient.
One that ensures the production, analysis, dissemination and use.
Medical products, vaccines and technologies
Assured quality, safety, efficacy and cost-effectiveness.
Ensure people can use needed services.
Leadership and Governance
involves ensuring strategic policy frameworks exist
Adoption of Primary Health Care
Reorganization of DOH
The Generics Act
RA 7160 "Local Government Code"
National Health Act
Health Sector Reform Agenda
FOURmula One for Health
Alma Ata declaration Health
A fundamental human right.
Health Care System
refers to an organized plan of health services
Primary Health Care
Is the essential health care based on scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods.
Health Care Delivery
The rendering of health care services to the people.
Health Care Delivery System
Refers to the network of health facilities and personnel which carries out the task of rendering health care to the people.
Philippine Health Care System
A complex set of organizations interacting to provide an array of health services.
It means setting priorities and determining performance targets.
It means designating reporting relationships and intentional patterns of interaction.
Refers to acquiring and retaining human resources.
Refers to monitoring staff activities and performance.
Its focus is to initiate action in the organization through effective leadership.
A manager's formal and legitimate right to make decisions.
It means an employee's duty to perform assigned task or activities.
Should report and justify task outcomes to those above then in the chain of command.
Managers have the formal power to direct and control immediate subordinates.
Where managers have formal power over a specific subset of activities.
Is granted to staff specialists in their areas of expertise.
The location of decision making authority near top organizational levels.
The location of decision making authority near lower organizational levels.
The written documentation used to direct and control employees.
This includes rural health units, sub-centers, chest clinics and malaria.
These are the smaller, non-departmentalized hospitals.
These are the highly technological and sophisticated services offered by medical centers and large hospitals.
First contacts of the community and initial links of health care.
Represent the first source of professional health care.
Establish close contact with intermediate level health workers or village health workers.
Medical practitioners, nurses and midwives.
Community health worker, volunteers or traditional birth attendants.
defines Health Information Technology (HIT) in 2016
Health Information Technology
"the area of IT involving thedesign, development, creation, use and maintenance of information systems for the healthcare industry"
Electronic Health Record
It is the central component of the health IT infastructure.
Personal Health Record
Is a person's self-maintained health record.
Health Information Exchange
A health data clearinghouse.
Health interoperability ecosystem
A composition of individuals, systems and processes.
Integrated and effecient patient care.
Potential risks to personal information
Cloud set-up seems cumbersome
Better management of data
It was named finalist at the Stockholm Challenge 2006
It is an electronic medical record developed through the collaboration of the Information and Communication Technology community.
VNAs and PACS
Are the two widely used types of health IT that help healthcare professionals store and manage patient's medical images.
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