Presentation on theme: "Strategies to Improve Efficiency in Medicine Procurement Towards equitable and affordable medicine prices policies in Jordan Workshop 4-5 Dec, 2007 Dr."— Presentation transcript:
Strategies to Improve Efficiency in Medicine Procurement Towards equitable and affordable medicine prices policies in Jordan Workshop 4-5 Dec, 2007 Dr. Maisa AL-Saket G.D of Joint Procurement Department
Rational World Bank, Audit Bureau, National Pharmaceutical policy document, and studies conducted during pharmaceutical sector reform indicated: 1.Increasing over all drug expenditure. 2.Fragmented public drug supply system. 3.Lack of adequate drug financing system. 4.Irrational use of drugs in public & private sector. 5.Increasing demand on health services specially on drug treatment. Recommending establishment of Joint Procurement Department.
*Jordan Ministry of health Statistical report. **OECD health data 2002. Developed Countries Jordan 8%**10%*% of health expenditure from GDP 12-23%**30.9%*% of drug expenditure from overall health expenditure
A public sector committee reviewed the regional & international pooled procurement experience and recommended : The establishment of Joint Procurement Department. Joint procurement Bylaw was enacted in the year 2002. The Department was founded in 2004. Regulation, guidelines and procedures were set. Operations commenced at the end of 2006.
JPD Vision A joint procurement matrix that controls efficiently the medicines and medical supplies expenditure
Mission Unified Transparent Procurement regulations and Procedures. Secure the availability of affordable high quality medicines and medical supplies for the public sector with in a set time frame Assurance OF patients confidence in medicines available in Public Sector.
National Goal Stable financial governmental administrations, transparent and accountable
Strategic Goals Unified Drug Procurement and Cost Containment of RDL. Introduction of E-Procurement. Institutional development
Strategies to achieve JPD Goals Establishing (adopting) standard procurement guidelines. Setting and maintaining vender prequalification system.
Enhancement Management Information System Continuous Capacity Building and Human Resource development. Enhancement of Reliable Payment and Financial Management. Unifying taxes and duty imposed on public sector.
Constraints Commitment OF PUBLIC SECTOR to Rational Drug List. Budget allocation and availability from public sector. Variation in taxes and duties imposed to different public sector. Cohesion and collaboration between members of public sector.