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National Department of Health Strategic Plan 2010/11-2012/13 - Statement

Department of Health, Republic of South Africa Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans South Africa 28 February 2010 Policy document http://www.doh.gov.za/docs/stratdocs/2010/statement.pdf health service, health system, quality care

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Statement from the Acting Director General, as a part of the National Health strategic plan

The National DoH remains firmly focused on the implementation of the 10 Point Plan for the heath
sector, which as the Minister has indicated, consists of the following priorities:
i. Provision of Strategic leadership and creation of a social compact for better health outcomes;
ii. Implementation of National Health Insurance (NHI);
iii. Improving Quality of Health Services;
iv. Overhauling the health care system and improve its management;
v. Improving Human Resources Management, Planning and Development;
vi. Revitalization of infrastructure;
vii. Accelerated implementation of HIV & AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections National Strategic
Plan 2007-11 and increase focus on TB and other communicable diseases;
viii. Mass mobilisation for better health for the population;
ix. Review of the Drug Policy; and
x. Strengthening Research and Development.


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