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Health Agency of Martinique Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Martinique 3 February 2012 Policy document public health

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En application de la loi n°2009-879 du 21 juillet 2009 portant réforme de l’Hôpital et relative aux Patients, à la Santé et aux Territoires (HPST), l’ARS élabore le Projet Régional de Santé (PRS) constitué du Plan Stratégique Régional de Santé (PSRS) et de l’ensemble des schémas : de la prévention (SRP), de l’organisation des soins (SROS-PRS) et de l’offre médico-sociale (SROMS). Cette démarche s’inscrit dans le contexte spécifique de la Martinique avec ses particularités. L’enjeu du SROS-PRS consiste à améliorer l’adéquation de l’offre de soins existante aux besoins de la population, avec pour « fil conducteur »,l’accroissement de l’efficience des modes de prises en charge pour une meilleure qualité et sécurité des soins dans le respect de l’Objectif National de Dépenses de l’Assurance Maladie (ONDAM).

Pursuant to Law No. 2009-879 of 21 July 2009 on the reform of the hospital and on the patients at the Health and Territories (HPST), ARS develops the Regional Health Project (SRP) consisting of the Plan Regional Strategic Health (SSRP) and the blueprints from prevention (SRP), the organization of care (SROS-PRS) and medico-social support (SROMS). The aim of SROS-PRS is to improve the adequacy of the existing health care needs of the population, increase the efficiency of modes supported for better quality and safety of care with regard to the National Objective of Expenditure of the health Insurance (ONDAM).

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