THE Lagos State Health Service Commission says it has developed a Hospital Transformation Support Initiative on refined health programmes, for the sustainable structure to improve health services across the 27 General Hospitals
Dr. Eniayewun Ademuyiwa, Permanent Secretary of the commission, said on Tuesday that the rapid change in the healthcare system necessitated the need to elevate medical delivery across public health facilities.
“It has become imperative for imbibed synergy from an array of Hospital Storage Development Plans to groom practices toward international standard under a highly competitive exponential market.
“A strategic process is being initiated to actively involve all Medical Directors across the 27 public health facilities in the state.
“These also include three hospitals organised under a three-week work standard between 8.00 a.m and 4.00 p.m for an aligned strategic process.
“These slated meetings will involve Apex nurses and pinnacle Heads of Administration and Human Resources, Finance and Accounts and Engineering Departments in attendance.
“It will provide professional avenues for optimal customers’ satisfaction,” Ademuyiwa said in a statement.
According to him, plans for quality improvement strategy targeted at improving patients’ patronage would be a continuous process for hospital engagement toward sustainable development.
“This is for compatible improvement under set timeline that will be quarterly reviewed on operational/medical practices, all channeled toward undiluted patients’ satisfaction,” the permanent secretary said. (NAN)
– Aug. 11, 2020 @ 16:59 GMT |