Critical Successful Factors to Manage Comprehensive Health CareCase study in Al-Kudis Health Center for Family Medicine/Mosul
2021, Volume 40, Issue 130, Pages 366-391
AbstractIn its theoretical part, the research aimed at encompassing the comprehensive health care methods used in some countries of the world to provide a true and integrated health service and to delve into the study of the family medicine program in theory and practice as a key entry point to achieve this goal. The problem lies in the lack of an integrated and organized health system at the level of the Iraqi Ministry of Health, the scattering of efforts at the three levels of health care (primary, secondary and tertiary), and the lack of clear and organized coordination between them has led to a great waste of energy and a great waste of efforts, not to mention the loss of lives. Humans. The hypothesis of the research is based on the basis that if the family medicine program was implemented in a correct and integrated manner and its critical success factors were achieved, this would lead to achieving the goals of achieving comprehensive and real health care at the lowest cost. After indicating the factors in international experiences and comparing them with the reality in terms of the strategic plan of the Iraqi Ministry of Health on the one hand and evaluating its implementation, on the other hand, the availability of factors and rates above the average were indicated in their entirety, with the indication of some cases that varied in terms of the positions of the stakeholders, which may be due to the nature of their work In implementing the family medicine program.
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