Beijing Municipal Health Commission Organized Conference on Grassroots Health
From:Beijing Municipal Health Commission

On April 28th, the Beijing Municipal Health Commission organized Conference on Grassroots Health. An Xuejun, member of the Party Committee and deputy director of the Municipal Health Commission, attended the meeting and delivered a speech. The responsible person of the relevant department of the Municipal Health Commission, the directors of the grassroots health work of the district health committees, the social management centers at municipal and district level, and the responsible staff of the Beijing Community Health Association attended the meeting.
At the meeting, the grassroots health department of the Municipal Health Commission summarized the city's grassroots health work in 2018, and arranged the key work of grassroots health in 2019. The responsible persons of the relevant departments of the Municipal Health Commission put forward requirements for related work.
In his speech, Deputy Director An Xuejun affirmed the achievements of the city's grassroots health care work in 2018. And stressed the key work requirements this year. First, it is necessary to help the low-income households accurately, promote the "Smart Home Doctors" and other identified key tasks from work reports of municipal government. Second, all the departments should take the initiative to do a good job in construction of medical treatment alliance, research and development of service standards, construction standards and working mechanisms, and implementation of "six integration" management. The third is to actively coordinate relevant departments in the district and implement the "two permissible" policies to further stimulate the vitality of grassroots health services. The fourth is to establish an incentive mechanism for family doctors to sign up services, and explore ways to expand the supply of family doctors' contract services by conducting government procurement services. The fifth is to implement the community health service subsidy policy in rural areas, and a variety of measures to ensure access to medical services in remote areas. The sixth is to revise the performance appraisal method and guide resources to the grassroots level. The seventh is to strengthen daily data monitoring and analysis to provide a basis for policy formulation. The eighth is to set up a special work class, increase policy research, concentrate all parties, and study and formulate relevant policy measures. At the same time, the grassroots health departments were required to establish a sense of service and provide a good service for the grassroots health undertakings in each district.