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Making Medicines Accessible thru P 100 Project in Oriental Mindoro. Normando S. Legaspi , MD, MHA Provincial Health Officer Oriental Mindoro. Land Area – 4,364.73 sq. km Population – 699,897 14 Municipalities 1 City (Calapan) 426 Barangays 18 Rural Health Units

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Making Medicines Accessible thru P 100 Project inOriental Mindoro

Normando S. Legaspi, MD, MHA

Provincial Health Officer

Oriental Mindoro


Land Area – 4,364.73 sq. km

Population – 699,897

14 Municipalities

1 City (Calapan)

426 Barangays

18 Rural Health Units

1 Provincial Hospital

8 Satellite Hospitals

3 Interlocal Health Zones


FOURMULA ONE FOR HEALTH

Four Components : (Strategies)

  • Service Delivery (Public Health & Hospital)

  • Governance (Local Health System)

  • Financing (Health Care Financing)

  • Regulation (Accessible medicines)


Health Regulations Activities

  • Enforcement of and compliance to national health legislation and standards

  • Legislation of health-related laws at the

  • local level

    Health Quality Assurance Programs

  • Improvement of access to low cost quality drugs/ commodities


Any health system can not function and will not achieve the desired health outcomes without medicines.

The availability of affordable

and effective drugs is,

therefore, one of the most

visible indicators of the

quality of health services.


Access to low cost quality drugs

  • Botika ng Barangay (BNB)

  • Botika ng Lalawigan (BLOM)

  • P 100 Project


P100 Project


P 100 PROJECT

Piloted in Oriental Mindoro

Treatment Pack Scheme

Initial capital of P1.2 M

DOH project with PITC Pharma, Inc.


Packaging Design


P 100 Launching (Dec 18, 2008)


P 100 Launching (Dec 18, 2008)


P 100 Launching (Dec 18, 2008)


P 100 Launching (Dec 18, 2008)


LIST OF DRUGS FOR P100


LIST OF DRUGS FOR P100


Medicines for P100 Project


P100 GOOD PRACTICES

  • Delivery of stocks thru RIS

  • Depot at the Provincial Hospital

  • Included in the annual procurement program for medicines in the different satellite hospitals

  • Fund transfer payment scheme


P100 GOOD PRACTICES

  • Support from the health personnel (Hospitals, RHU’s and ILHZ)

  • Advocacy / Promotion of P100 thru

    tri media

  • All gov’t hospitals are distribution outlets

  • RHU’s and BNB’s are potential outlets


To date, out of 426 barangays

in Oriental Mindoro,

there are 344 Botika ng Barangay outlets that are operational

(DOH – 1:2)

(PHO – 1:1.2)

BOTIKA NG BARANGAY PROJECT


TOP 10 SELLERS BNB FOR 2008


344 BotikangBarangay

X 3,000/month x 12

P 12,384,000.00

BOTIKA NG BARANGAY PROJECT


ISSUES & CONCERNS

  • Limited list of medicines

  • Delivery of P100 medicines

  • Availability of P100 medicines


RECOMMENDATION

  • To include other commonly used essential medicines to the present list of P100 medicines

  • Expand delivery network for P100 medicines

  • Improve stocks availability of P100 medicines

  • To assign a DOH Coordinator for P100 at the CHD level


NATIONAL HEALTH SECTOR MEETINGBohol Tropics, Tagbilaran City (March 4 – 6, 2009)


MEDIA & THE PROMISE OF CHEAPER & QUALITY MEDICINEHotel Dominique, Tagaytay City (March 18-19, 2009)


PHO HEALTH SUMMIT / CONVENTIONTamaraw Beach Resort, Puerto Galera (May 13 – 15, 2009)


CONCLUSION

The national government is expected

to provide clear and workable operational structures for extending support, regulatory control, and monitoring performance of LGU in order to insure that quality medicines will be

accessible, affordable and available

to the people.


SUMMARY

  • The implementation of P 100 Project is directed towards achieving the following end goals:

    • Provision of quality and affordable drugs

    • Better health outcomes

    • (Effective & Efficient Services)

    • More responsive health system

    • (Accessible Essential Drugs)

    • More equitable health financing

    • (Sustainability)


THANK YOU

Normando S. Legaspi, MD, MHA


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