In his speech before the House of Representatives, the regional secretary for health and civil protection listed a series of his team’s goals for the four-year period 2023-2027.
Among the general outlines, Pedro Ramos presented proposals such as “ensure universal access, enhance the sustainability of the system, make management more efficient, improve the care referral network and maximize integration of care, continue to value and empower human resources, and increase the productivity of professionals with additional incentives for their work.” As well as “continuing to stimulate qualitative and quantitative investment in health.”
In the challenges to be faced, he recognizes that “the aging of the population is one of the most important challenges,” which “impels us to the urgent need to find a more sustainable system for managing society, which can combat discrimination against the elderly in a rational and modern way, taking into account the challenges that must be faced.” “. Utilizing the potential that still exists in young people for the benefit of our society.”
He also said that another priority “will be to prioritize aging at home”, and also that “we will invest heavily in informal carers and their training”.
On this occasion, Pedro Ramos also announced that “a health card will be promoted to all residents of Porto Santo, supporting and strengthening the new travel regulations recently implemented.”
In fact, when it comes to the Golden Isle, “our purpose is to increase the number of human resources according to needs, support specialties, as well as differentiate between analytical and imaging response in the new health unit.”
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