Health professionals discussed Universal Health Care for the incoming administration. Read more.

Fifty (50) physicians, nurses, and other health professionals gathered last 06 February 2016 at The Blackboard Podium Mall, Ortigas for the Colloquium on Universal Health Care to discuss recommendations and actions on Universal Health Care for the incoming administration.

The Colloquium on Universal Health Care, composed of presentations from eight primary health care doctors and dialogue between various health professionals and health policy experts, aims to (1) formulate a unified action for a community-based approach to Primary Health Care within the Universal Health Care Policy in the Philippines; (2) design the platform for the Philippine health agenda for the years 2016 to 2022 and beyond; and (3) continue a sustained dialogue among community-based oriented health workers and Primary Health Care practitioners and supporters in the context of the Universal Health Care policy.

Output, reflections, and suggestions raised from the Colloquium was presented to DOH Sec. Ubial for possible inclusion in the Philippine health agenda for 2016 to 2022.

Participants: Amarylis Abcede; Cora Anonuevo; Magdalena Bacalando; Dorie Lyn Balanoba; Roderick Ballena; Dennis Batangan; Raoul Bermejo; Ramir Blanco; Joel Buenaventura; Heidee Buenaventura; Sylvia Claudio; Eimee Co; Anthony Cordero; Alethea De Guzman; Edelina De la Paz; Jessica de Leon; Pedrito dela Cruz; Sylvia dela Paz; Lorna Dizon; Raymond Escalona; Nemuel Fajutagana; Miriam Francisco; Ernesto Garilao; Franciosa Gavino; Christian Gomez; Edeliza Hernandez; Johann Leonordia; Portia Marcelo; Jose Rafael Marfori; Ma. Donna Medina; Maria Ellen Medina; Paolo Victor Medina; Eden Mendoza; Princess Nemenzo; Bien Eli Nillos; Alberto Ong Jr; Shirly Pador; Elizabeth Paterno; Ramon Pedro Paterno; Juan Perez III; Hendry Plaza; Abigail Rose Princesa; Lesaldeo Moses Princesa; Miguel Antonio Salazar; Imelda Soriano; Timothy Ting; Madeline Valera; Jose Miguel Vergara.


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