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Majlis to Review Health Services

The Majlis Ash’shura will host Health Minister Dr Ali bin Mohammed bin Moosa who will deliver a statement and answer the members’ questions about the performance of the health sector. The Majlis will also review a study its panels conducted on a draft law on the management of municipal waste. The deliberations will take place during the Majlis’s third and fourth sessions for the third annual sitting of the sixth term due to be held on January 30 and 31. The sessions will be presided over by Shaikh Ahmed bin Mohammed al Isa’ee, Chairman of Majlis Ash’shura.

Abdul Qadir bin Salim al Dhahab, Secretary-General of Majlis Ash’shura said that the Majlis will discuss in Saturday’s session a report of the economic committee on its study for the draft law on regularising the sector of municipal waste. The draft law was referred to the Majlis by the government. Al Dhahab pointed out that the Majlis will listen on Sunday, January 31 to a comprehensive statement by Dr Moosa, on the ministry’s policies and programmes, as well as the services it renders to the public, treatment and human resources development.

The statement will also discuss the ministry’s handing of road accidents, injuries and emergency cases. It will highlight measures undertaken by the ministry to limit tobacco use and combat drug misuse in keeping with the Sultanate’s membership in the Framework Convention on Tobacco and Drug Control (membership being effected under Royal Decree No 25/2005).

Dr Ali will speak about the services provided by the ministry to the public, especially those related to primary healthcare (evaluation of the case and feedback), quality indicators for the services in referral hospitals, including measures to limit infection rates, mortality rates in hospitals, medical malpractices and the availability of drugs for epidemic diseases. The statement will cover supplementary treatment services, the number of specialized hospitals in the Sultanate compared to population growth and the prices of medicines in pharmacies in the Sultanate compared to other countries.

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