2012

Regionalization of the Pediatric Emergency and Intensive Care Medical Services System in the Republic of Moldova (Regionalizarea Serviciilor Pediatrice de Urgenţă şi Terapie Intensivă în Republica Moldova

Objective – increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of the pediatric health care system through a systemic change, addressing the Health Ministry strategy on the regionalization of health care in the Rep. of Moldova.

The 2012 results have included:

  • The development of policies and regulations regarding the transfer of cases towards the newly created regional centers depending on the geographical and pathological distribution of these cases.
  • The development and delivery of modern continued medical education programs
  • The acquisition of modern equipments of regional pediatric centers
  • The preparation and dissemination of clinical protocols and guides
  • Information and behavior-change campaigns for the reduction in the number of preventable deaths at children

Duration:  January 2012-December 2012 (the project has more phases during the 2008-2017period),

Financing body - OSI Swiss Development and Cooperation Agency.

 

 

Technical assistance for piloting the DRG hospital financing mechanism for the Republic of Moldova (Asistență tehnică pentru pilotarea mecanismului DRG pentru finanțarea spitalelor în Republica Moldova)

Objective – improving the transparency and accountability in the process of resource allocation within the health system

Results have included:

  • The analysis of the health system organization and financing
  • The analysis of the health system reform status
  • Recommendations and piloting a DRG financing mechanism in the Republic of Moldova

Duration – January – June 2012 (the project was longer, covering July 2010 – June 2012)

Financing body – The World Bank/Health Ministry from the Republic of Moldova

 

 

Developing a costing model for the primary health care services for mothers and children (Dezvoltarea unui model de stabilire a costurilor serviciilor de sănătate pentru mamă și copil din zona îngrijirilor medicale primare)

Objective – improved allocation efficiency within the health system

Results have included:

  • The development of a costing model model for the primary health care services for mothers and children
  • The development of short-term recommendations to decision makers for a better allocation of resources

Duration – January – March 2012 (the project covered the May 2009 – Martie 2012 period)

Financing body – UNICEF Romania

 

 

Communication for behaviour change in TB control: from national strategy to local interventions (Comunicarea pentru Schimbarea Comportamentelor în Controlul Tuberculozei (TB) – de la strategie naţională la intervenţii locale)

The purpose of the project was to reduce TB morbidity and mortality rates and to limit the spread of the infection and disease.

Objective – the reduction in TB transmission among poor and vulnerable populations, their families and communities, through information, education and communication campaigns targeted to encourage the adoption of an adequate behavior towards TB prevention and treatment.

Results have included: the development and implementation of behavior-change campaigns for TB control.

Duration: January 2012 – June 2012 (the project covered October 2007 – June 2012)

Financing body: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Fondul Global de Luptă Împotriva HIV/SIDA, Tuberculozei şi Malariei)

 

 

Promoting a healthy life style in schools (Promovarea unui stil de viață sănătos în școli)

Objective –improving children’s health condition through the adoption of a healthy life style

Results have included:

  • The development of an educational toolkit for children of 6-15 years, parents and teachers
  • The training of teachers as trainers (Train the trainer) and of children as peer educators
  • The pilot-delivery of these courses and of information-education-communication sessions in schools across the country

Duration – January – June 2012 (the project covered October 2010 - June 2012)

Financing body – The Coca-Cola Foundation