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Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning Held a Centralized Report Meeting on Health and Family Planning Supervision in 2017
From:Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning
Date:04/16/2018

 

On the afternoon of March 8, 2018, the Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning held a centralized report meeting on health and family planning supervision in 2017 to listen to the achievements of the health and family planning supervision work in 2017 and the plan of the work in 2018. Mao Yu, member of the Party Commission and Deputy Director of the Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning, listened to the report and proposed the requirements of the New Year's work. Leaders in charge of the district health and family planning commissions, staff responsible for functional departments, and leaders of the two-level health and family planning supervision offices in the urban areas attended the centralized reporting meeting.

The meeting was chaired by the General Supervision Department of the Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning. The district health and family planning commissions summarized the situation in 2017 from the aspects of health and family planning supervision work, important work initiatives, management innovation, and work effectiveness of the districts, and proposed concepts for the work in 2018. Representatives attending the conference scored each district health and family planning commission based on their daily work and on-site report content and announced the statistical results on the spot.

Afterwards, Mao Yu affirmed the performance of the health and family planning supervision work in 2017 and requested the district health and family planning commissions and supervision and law enforcement institutions to firmly implement party organization construction, improve supervision and enforcement capacity and to do a good job in key tasks, law enforcement cooperation, health supervision and collaborative development in 2018. He required that the institutions should continue to strengthen health and family planning supervision and law enforcement, improve their law enforcement capabilities, actively responded to new forms of business and new issues that emerged in the supervision and law enforcement process, and consolidated and developed a good medical and health order.