Finding shared solutions on the organization and provision of health and social health services: protocol agreement signed between Asst Mantova and trade unions
Published 12 September 2022
MANTUA, 12 Sept. – To find shared solutions on the organization and delivery of health and social health services. With this intent Asst has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Trade Union Confederations CGIL, CISL and UILin response also to the regional health reformwhich promotes a collaborative and participatory approach on the territory for the realization of its guidelines.
What does the agreement foresee? To set up moments of information, consultation, verification and study in relation to the choices relating to the provision of health and social and health services, on the basis of the health demand of the population of each district that has been established.
Asst and trade unions have also defined the issues on which the discussion will have to focus, again at the district level: identification and evaluation of the epidemiological profile of the population; determination of the supply offer with respect to the need for health, the adherence of care to the organizational models and standards envisaged, ensuring the integration of health functions with social and health functions. A further object of discussion between ASST and trade union confederations will be the verification of the state of implementation of the service reorganization programs, the evaluation of the results and the proposal of any corrective measures.
A permanent consultation table at the strategic direction of Asst and will have as its members the top management of the territorial social health company and the trade union confederations. The moments of consultation will be held periodically or at the request of one of the signatory parties to the protocol. The first meeting will focus on the evaluation of the epidemiological profile of the reference population of each district.
The table will focus attention on functioning of community houses, with particular reference to: single access points; territorial operational centers; multi-professional teams in primary care (general practitioners and pediatricians of free choice); training courses for the development of work in multi-professional teams; promotion of public home carerole and skills of the family and community nurse.
What are the priority objectives of this initiative? To guarantee citizens adequate information on their rights and on the offer, facilitating their access to the health system and their orientation. Consolidate and strengthen the prevention activity, favoring the involvement of all the actors operating in the area. Ensure continuity of care in a network logic.