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Nasjonal helse- og sykehusplan 2016-2019 (National health- and hospital plan)

Government of Norway; Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Norway 20 November 2015 Policy document

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Nasjonal helse- og sykehusplan handler om
• Pasienter som deltar aktivt i beslutninger om egen behandling og utvikling av helsetjenesten
• Ansatte i riktig antall og med riktig kompetanse som får brukt tiden sin riktig
• Sykehus som har klar oppgavedeling og som arbeider sammen i team
• Kvalitet utvikler helsetjenesten. Vi styrer etter kvalitet

De viktigste målene i Nasjonal helse- og sykehusplan:
- Styrke pasienten
- Prioritere tilbudet innen psykisk helse og rusbehandling
- Fornye, forenkle og forbedre helsetjenesten
- Nok helsepersonell med riktig kompetanse
- Bedre kvalitet og pasientsikkerhet
- Bedre oppgavedeling og samarbeid mellom sykehus
- Styrke akuttmedisinske tjenester utenfor sykehus

(The national health and hospital plan is about
• Patients who actively participate in decisions about their own treatment and development of health services
• Employees in the right numbers and with the right skills who spend their time appropriately
• Hospitals that have clear task sharing and work together in teams
• Quality develops health. We is directing towards quality

The main objectives of the National Health and Hospital plan:
- Strengthen the patient
- Prioritizing services within mental health and substance abuse treatment
- Renew, simplify and improve health
- Enough healthcare providers with the right skills
- Improved quality and patient safety
- Better task sharing and cooperation between hospitals
- Strengthen emergency medical services outside hospitals)


Norwegian, 5.8 MB pdf

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