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Laguna PHO organizes consultative meeting with SDN point persons

Laguna Provincial Health Office

September 9, 2019

The Laguna Provincial Health Office (PHO) organized a meeting and workshop for Service Delivery Network (SDN) point persons from different rural health units, city health offices and hospitals in Laguna held at Asia Blooms Hotel, Sta. Cruz, Laguna on May 8, 2019.

The activity was undertaken with the support of Development Management Officers (DMOs) of the Provincial Department of Health (PDOH) office to explore mechanisms for improving quality of referral system in the nine district hospitals of the province.

The meeting was expected to generate ideas for SDN to identify and support a plan of action to strengthen and promote high quality and good referral system, in collaboration with various partners of PHO. The result should be a systematic, effective and appropriate level of care.

The workshop aims to develop the guide in the creation of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) tools and indicators to help determine the functionality, performance and areas for improvement of said referral system.

Accordingly, the categorization of referrals highlighted responses to the main factors that affected the outcome of emergency visits.

The results of the assessment highlighted the need to create reference resource to assist frontline healthcare workers with correct referral decisions, timely referral, and knowledge of where to send the referrals.