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Bahrain's Health Agenda

Ministry of Health; Bahrain Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Bahrain 31 December 2012 Policy document education, health promotion, health service, health system, quality care

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Bahrain’s Health Agenda establishes six strategic objectives and a number of specific initiatives identified by the MOH (Ministry of Health) as needed to bring about further improvements to the existing healthcare system. These are;

1. Sustaining the population’s health through health promotion and prevention
2. Integrating services throughout the health system
3. Putting quality first
4. Access for all to healthcare services
5. Enhancing MOH’s role in policy making and governance
6. Health service sustainability

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Bahrain's Health Agenda
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