Chronic Diseases Continued

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Unformatted text preview: ppropriate regulations and incentives, attention to system design and accountability National systems are weak and exhibit poor coordination insufficient regulatory functions, inadequate bureaucracy for budgeting and auditing Global governing bodies have ignored non- communicable diseases What can be done: Decentralize and democratize some health services Primary care is crucial because care is long- term and because much depends on individual patient- provider relationship Effective governance of some central functions: Drug procurement Setting standards and guidelines Health workforce: good quality services Requires comprehensive training in prevention, care and management due to range of interventions and extended duration of contact needed to combat chronic disease. What can be done? Increase training opportunities and funding Provide incentives for talented workers to treat underpriv...
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