Presentation on theme: "The Philippine Experience Human Resources for Health and Decentralization Dr. Rodel G. Nodora, EMBA Dr. Kenneth G. Ronquillo, MPHM Dr. Fely Marilyn E."— Presentation transcript:
The Philippine Experience Human Resources for Health and Decentralization Dr. Rodel G. Nodora, EMBA Dr. Kenneth G. Ronquillo, MPHM Dr. Fely Marilyn E. Lorenzo, PhD Prof. Ma. Esmeralda C. Silva
Themes HRH defines the quality of health and development Decentralization gives power and power brings politics HRH as the driver and Decentralization as the vehicle On with the Journey to Health
HRH defines the quality of health and development in a Country HRH’s impact on health and development Countries Communities Individuals
Impact of Human Resources for Health HRH Management Competent and Adequate HRH HRH Development Effective and Efficient Health service delivery Healthy Citizenry Productive and Globally Competitive Country Contented and healthy society
Local Government Code 1991 Decentralization gives power and power brings politics HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY Good enough Fast enough Enduring enough Integration Equity Alliances/Networks There are many good roots, producing good results...
Decentralization gives power and power brings politics Integratedness of Health Health, Disease and the In-between are in a seamless continuum. Policies & Strategies Programs & Services Infrastructure & Systems Technologies Resources Capacities & Expertise of HRH Recognizing the dynamism of, not just the health sector but ALL sectors as well as the necessity of the whole society working together Well Early Sick Worried Well
HRH Driver Decentralization Vehicle Local Government Adaptation Fiduciary System Innovation Introduction of New Frameworks Building on Community Participation
The Travel that Leads to HEALTH Policy and Program Implementation Involvement of all Stakeholders Fiscal Autonomy HRH Systems Institutionalization
Empower and educate the Human Resources for Health. HRH active participation in ensuring that the health sector fulfills its role and obligation to deliver quality health care. HRH involvement in activities that will further strengthen and ensure that health becomes a priority and important component in the work towards sustainable development. STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS Reshaping and Learning Paradigms in HRH Systems
At the core of it all, Changes and improvements in the health sector can only come about if those working in the health sector are all looped in. Improvements in health outcomes stem from changes in behavior that is driven by feeling, in turn influenced by belief and understanding, specially of the Human Resources for Health.