Evelyn Salgado Pineda held the inauguration ceremony of the National Public Health Meeting, in which federal authorities, in coordination with the states, collectively establish a space for dialogue, reflection, analysis and planning of health care policy , framed in the integral transformation.
In said act, the governor pointed out “In Guerrero we redouble our efforts, we keep our hearts in the transformation of Health with justice and social welfare.”
In particular, the Strategic Program of the Health Sector and the Health Care Model for Well-being, known as MAS-Bienestar, will be presented, as well as its operating scheme, work instruments and implementation in the states. It should be noted that so far there are 15 entities that have joined this work.
With the presence of the Undersecretary for Prevention and Health Promotion of the Ministry of Health, Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez, the governor joined the efforts of this transformation, which will make it possible to make effective the right of the population to have health services worthy and that will allow deepening so that health institutions reach more corners of the entity.
“We join with absolute conviction, we join with a lot of love, with all the hope, with all the work and with all the commitment to support everything with the implementation, we will never condition this support to the transformation, on the contrary, that always Count on our full support to deepen the incidence of health institutions in Guerrero, to continue building and remodeling our health centers, to continue guaranteeing the supply of supplies and medicines and to continue building fair labor relations, with all and with all health workers,” said the president.
During this act, which was also attended by the general director of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), Zoé Robledo Aburto and the general director of the Institute of Security and Social Service for State Workers (ISSSTE), Pedro Mario Zenteno Santaella, the president The state government pointed out that this meeting is a watershed, because it allows progress in this new model of health care for well-being, specifically in its Collective Health component, which will make it possible to turn the right to health into a reality with a broad perspective of wellness.
In this regard, he highlighted the coordination of efforts with federal institutions, because through teamwork, perfectly coordinated and aimed at principles and ideals such as austerity, efficiency and transparency, they promote work on the issues of disease prevention and care.
In his participation, Hugo López-Gatell said that this is framed through a structural route for the transformation of the National Health System, to promote more and better benefits for the population.
In this context, he celebrated the institutionalization and emergence of a new Decentralized Public Organization such as the IMSS Bienestar, which joins the national Health institutions, to promote a process of harmonization of the services offered, at the personal and community level.
“Let us consciously adopt the obligation of the Mexican State to guarantee that right. And that is what moves us for this integration of purpose and work; this goes hand in hand with the perspective of universality, everyone, everyone has that same right, everyone and everyone”, he said.
While the general director of the IMSS, Zoé Robledo, spoke in favor of continuing in this conjunction of efforts to consolidate an integrated system, which is working on issues with specific guidelines to make history in terms of health services, through a shared vision.
A message from the federal Secretary of Health, Jorge Alcocer Varela, was also projected, in which he spoke about some of the challenges that arise in the National System, which require this priority coordination, with the improvement of technological capacities, the care of chronic degenerative diseases such as diabetes, work on vaccination, mental health and the well-being of health workers, among other aspects.
The activities of this meeting will take place on November 24 and 25, where thematic sessions will be held to address priority health issues.