INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES

Integrated care, also known as integrated health, coordinated care, comprehensive care, seamless care, or transmural care, is a worldwide trend in health care reforms and new organizational arrangements focusing on more coordinated and integrated forms of care provision. Integrated care may be seen as a response to the fragmented delivery of health and social services being an acknowledged problem in many health systems.

INTEGRATED WORK

Basmart health work to Transform the organization and management of health services through the development of health care models that focus on people and communities.

Our concept of ‘comprehensive, integrated and continuous health services” and of Integrated Health Service Delivery Networks, its different modalities and benefits. Integrated Health Service Delivery Networks or Organized Health Services Systems, or Clinically Integrated Systems, or Integrated Health Organizations, are defined as ‘a network of organizations that provides, or makes arrangements to provide, equitable, comprehensive, integrated, and continuous health services to a defined population.

Basmart Health views integrated health services as integral to improving the level of health services to the required presence and quality, whether it is related to primary care or the next levels of health services, and also to the health disaster preparedness system.

We apply a new vision

We believe that the delivery of integrated health services comes through the preparation of a pre-project, which varies according to the objectives, and of course there are different goals at the level of governments and others at the level of international organizations working in the field of health development, and at the level of non-governmental organizations.

The project requires

  • Setting the desired goals.
  • Stewardship & governance.
  • Financing.
  • Study of health facilities.
  • Accurate statistics on diseases.
  • Define the primary health care program and its requirements.
  • Disaster preparedness and the possibility of establishing field hospitals.
  • Supply chain process.
  • Working Staff.
  • Health Awareness.
  • Attention to mental health.
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