basic health services

basic health services

Benefits that all federally qualified health maintenance organisations (HMOs) must offer, defined under Subpart A, 10.102 of the US Federal HMO Regulations.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
These funds will be used to deliver basic health services to more than 7 million people and will also include hospital services, immunizations, and laboratory equipment.
MPAs, Dr Nadia Aziz, Abdul Razzaq Dhaloon, and district president PML-N Shahnawaz Ranjh have lauded the allocation of Rs 317 billion for energy projects, collectively Rs 78 billion for the restoration of Railways, Rs 17.54 billion for Health, Rs 16.42 for Education and Rs 30 billion for water projects which showed that the government was much serious to resolve energy crisis, promotion of education and providing basic health services to people.
Olarte also lamented that the devolution system among hospitals and other health care facilities continues to pose a problem in the provision of basic health services.
These kits will help ensure that Pakistani communities in flood-affected districts of Punjab and Sindh have greater access to the basic health services. The kits will be delivered by USAIDs Family Advancement for Life and Health, or FALAH, program.
"Improving quality of and access to basic health services is one of the priority areas for Japan's assistance to Sudan," he stressed.
Sayed Mohammad Amin Fatimie, Minister of Public Health returning from a 5 days official visit to the United States of America Monday said The USAID made a remarkable commitment of $70m each year till 2010 in support of basic health services, hospital services.
Addressing the World Health Assembly in Geneva, the minister urged for united efforts in strengthening health systems that can provide basic health services to the people at any time.
Olarte lamented that the devolution system among hospitals and other health care facilities continues to pose a problem in the provision of basic health services.
"These kits will help ensure that Pakistani communities in flood-affected districts of Punjab and Sindh have greater access to the basic health services." The kits will be delivered by USAID's Family Advancement for Life and Health, or FALAH, program.
The 2009 appeal will enable the UN and partners to provide more than four million people with food aid and more than 1.5 million additional people with safe water, to help 54,000 refugees come home and get more than 800,000 children into schools, to clear mines from more than 7,500 km of roads and ensure more than four million people have access to basic health services. The head of UN humanitarian affairs said that Darfur region remains volatile; increasingly, the humanitarian community is having to adapt its approach to overcome challenges linked to ongoing violence, displacement and bureaucratic restrictions.