Jiangsu sets the target of Counterpart Assistance in tertiary hospitals

On October 28, Jiangsu Provincial Health Commission held a contract signing ceremony for key county-level hospitals in Guanyun County, Lianyungang City. The people’s Hospital of Jiangsu Province, the Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, Jiangsu cancer hospital and other provincial level three hospitals under the provincial management, and the county-level hospitals in 12 key aided counties and counties that have been supported have formed Counterpart Assistance pairs, focusing on improving the treatment capacity of county-level hospitals for 30 major diseases. It is understood that from 2016 to now, Jiangsu Provincial Health Commission has arranged three-level hospitals to assist key county-level medical institutions. Each assistance hospital has sent more than 1100 person times, completed more than 50000 person times of diagnosis and treatment, carried out more than 1500 business training sessions, trained more than 20000 trainees, and exported appropriate new technologies such as interventional therapy and pediatric bronchoscopy to the supported hospitals More than 100 new projects have promoted the steady improvement of diagnosis and treatment service capacity of 12 key county-level hospitals. < p > < p > after the signing of the contract, Jiangsu health management departments at all levels and the corresponding assistance hospitals will take measures such as establishing close medical association, trusteeship, multi-disciplinary group support, etc., to promote the supported hospitals to create a tertiary hospital, and achieve the goal of “no serious illness out of the county” for the low-income population with higher quality, and take measures such as the establishment of close medical association, trusteeship, multi-disciplinary group support, etc., through the joint construction of specialties, clinical teaching, business guidance, teaching rounds and scientific research In the form of cooperation with projects, setting up famous doctors’ studios and joint wards, we should deepen the relationship between assistance and assistance, and further promote the sinking of provincial high-quality medical resources to key assistance counties.