-Punjab gets first prize in Global Health Supply Chain Conference in Nairobi
-Representatives from 85 countries participated in the conference.
-This achievement fills the spirit to serve the people with more dedication: Chief Minister
-40 countries appealed to visit Punjab and study the model of Aam Aadmi Clinic
Chandigarh (Uttam Hindu News): The efforts being made by the Punjab government under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann to revamp the basic health care infrastructure in Punjab received global recognition when the state’s Aam Aadmi Clinics in Nairobi from 14 Won the first prize in the Global Health Supply Chain Conference held till 16 November.
Giving this information, the Chief Minister said that the Health and Family Welfare Department of Punjab received the first prize for the document under the theme ‘Access to medicines for every individual: A study from Punjab’. He said that 85 countries participated in this conference and four countries submitted their documents, out of which the document of Punjab Government was selected for final presentation. Bhagwant Singh Mann said that the state government shared the success story of Aam Aadmi Clinics and how the Punjab government rapidly expanded primary health care facilities and provided standard health care services.
The Chief Minister said that Punjab’s winning entry had strong emphasis on science, super positioning to solve problems, clarity of solutions and impact, innovative solutions, political will to enable turnaround of basic health care infrastructure, collaboration with private sector and A clear explanation for the reforms was shown. He said that the participating countries of the conference expressed their desire to come to Punjab to visit the Aam Aadmi Clinic and understand how 84 medicines and 40 clinical tests are provided to the patients at close to their homes without any cost. . Bhagwant Singh Mann said that the stakeholder countries were also surprised by the fact that all the Aam Aadmi Clinics are equipped with IT and registration, doctor’s advice, tests and medicines are completely digitized.
Congratulating the people of the state, the Chief Minister said that this recognition has filled the spirit of serving the people of the state with more dedication. He said that more such efforts will be made in the future to ensure that people get maximum benefits from these public-friendly initiatives. Bhagwant Singh Mann congratulated the Health Department for this new achievement and expressed hope that it will continue to serve the people with the same missionary spirit.
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