With the deepening of medical reform at the grassroots level, the functions and systems of grassroots hospitals are gradually changing and improving. As an important part of grassroots medical work, public health has also ushered in standardized and institutionalized evaluation and assessment standards.
Near the end of the year, the public health assessment has been put on the agenda. With the introduction of "Community Health Service Center Service Capacity Standards (2018 Version)", the public health assessment at the end of this year will be stricter and more detailed than before.
On September 21 this year, the National Health Commission and the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine jointly released the "Community Health Service Center Service Capacity Standards (2018 Version)", a total of 90 articles.
The service capacity standards of community health service centers are divided into two categories, namely basic standards and recommended standards.
The ability to express results is divided into four files:
(1) The results are expressed in four levels: A, B, C, and D.
A file: on behalf of "excellent"
File B: stands for "good"
C file: on behalf of "qualified"
D file: represents "unqualified"
(2) Judging principles.
Those who reach the "good" in grade B must first meet the "qualified" requirements in grade C; those who reach the "excellent" in grade A must first meet the requirements in "good" in grade B.
Yesterday we extracted the part of the evaluation standard of basic public health services in the "Serviceability Standards of Township Health Centers (2018 Version)" issued by the National Health and Health Commission. Today we will provide you with the evaluation standard of basic public health work in community health service centers. For reference and learning by medical staff in the community.
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