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We are facing an important revolution in the health sector. Politicians, doctors and institutions have no doubts: critical issues must be identified immediately, to overcome them and always do better to safeguard citizens’ health.
Rome, 8 March 2022 – The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) can be a great opportunity for home and territorial care, but it is necessary to start by listening to the territories. The Talk Web was born from these assumptions “
THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF TERRITORIAL MEDICINE IN THE POST-COVID
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which brought together health professionals, parliamentarians and regional representatives, precisely to give voice to the new proposals, understand the critical issues and, above all, understand where to start to reform territorial medicine.
“Even before Covid, our healthcare had its limits: the delay in adapting our National Health Service to a changed demographic and epidemiological context of both professionals and citizens; the lack of digitalisation of healthcare; the progressive growth of inequalities in access to essential levels of assistance ”, highlights the Hon. Fabiola Bologna, Secretary XII Social Affairs and Health Commission Chamber of Deputies. “We are mostly a country that is aging and therefore chronic pathologies“ explode ”, the pressure on social and health services multiplies, when the answer is not found in the territories it bounces on the hospitals, not to mention the great regional differences in the health organization. All this is lacking health personnel. So with the PNRR we want to change direction and our objectives are: proximity, innovation, equality, interventions on the territorial network that modernizes technologically, safety of hospitals, investments in training, investments in research, technology transfer. The Community Houses represent the heart of our new territorial network and the reform provides for the creation of a Community House hub for every 40-40 thousand inhabitants, with medical assistance 24 hours, 7 days a week. revolution in healthcare and my question is: are general practitioners ready? ”.
“General medicine has been asking for a reorganization of the model for 30 years. The problem is that this model has been proposed with respect to structures, not professionals ”, replies Gerardo Medea, National Head of SIMG Research. “Let’s talk first about functions, about tasks, about how we can help general medicine with a better organization. If the COT (Territorial Operational Center), the proximity care, the specialists, the first level exams had already been organized within any structure – such as the Community House – we would have recovered the delay on management for some time. of the chronic “.
Flavio Maria Roseto, General Manager Asl Brindisi, Puglia Region, finally raises another important point: “At the moment we are facing the problem of adapting to the forecasts of the PNRR with respect to territorial medicine and the idea of proximity. Operationally, we are committed to identifying municipalities and structures suitable to be able to offer the service according to the logic of proximity. Some critical issues, however, we are already going to assume: the concept of social and health integration that we would like to implement. A first obstacle is that in the face of a regional and national NHS managed according to a very specific governance, we have many social systems. On the one hand we have an ASL and on the other the individual municipalities: it is difficult to provide a service of the same level throughout the territory “.
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