Fourth council of Maternal and Child Health Specialty Alliance held at CQHCWC
Zhang Hua, president of CQHCWC, addresses the meeting on June 24. [Photo/CQHCWC]
The fourth council of the Chongqing Maternal and Child Health Specialty Alliance was held at the Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC) on June 24 and saw the participation of more than 90 attendees.
They included officials from CQHCWC and representatives from the 46 member units of the alliance and other related medical institutions.
Zhang Hua, president of CQHCWC, addressed the meeting. He said that through various training measures, the establishment of remote consultation platforms and individual coaching, the alliance has helped cultivate many medical professionals.
Moving forward, the alliance will strengthen management and explore reforms to promote high-quality medical resources to lower-level medical institutions to improve patients' satisfaction, added Zhang.
Established in 2017, the alliance has had 49 member units from areas such as Chongqing, Guizhou province and Sichuan province.
An implementation plan to improve member units' service capabilities was launched at the event, aiming to strengthen grassroots talent training, improve grassroots service capabilities, accelerate the sharing of high-quality resources, and improve the hierarchical diagnosis and treatment service system.
During the meeting, Chengdu Women's and Children's Central Hospital and CQHCWC signed an agreement to cooperate in the women and children's health sector.
A reproductive medicine (infertility) remote doctor workstation of CQHCWC is unveiled at the event on June 24. [Photo/CQHCWC]
During the event, a reproductive medicine (infertility) remote doctor workstation of CQHCWC was also unveiled, and six trial member units signed cooperation agreements.
The workstation aims to help primary medical institutions improve the diagnosis and treatment level of infertility through remote means and offer more convenience and better medical services to patients.