CQHCWC highlights H1 performance, outlines work goals for H2
The Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC) held a meeting on July 22, to summarize its performance during the first half of this year and outline work plans for the next half. More than 200 people attended the meeting from various medical and administrative departments.
During the meeting, directors from divisions of maternal health care, children's health care, and women's health care, the Reproductive Medicine Center, and other departments gave reports on the progress of the key accomplishments from the first half of this year, as well as work plans in the latter half of this year.
Dan Yang, vice-president of CQHCWC, said that all departments have raised their service awareness and quality control awareness, and the meeting helped to benchmark domestic first-class institutions and clarify the direction of efforts.
Wang Jian, secretary of CQHCWC's Party committee, said that the meeting served as an important platform for exchanging key communication points in the medical sector.
Wang Jian, secretary of CQHCWC's Party committee, speaks at the meeting on July 22. [Photo/CQHCWC]
She added that during the first half of this year, the numbers of outpatient visits, discharged patients, and IVF embryo transfer cycles all increased, which is the result of joint efforts by all hospital staff members.
Wang said that the hospital has demonstrated new momentum in medical quality management, mother and child safety assurance, international cooperation and exchanges, and talent development.
CQHCWC also led quality improvement in district and county-level maternity and child health care institutions, and made efforts in epidemic prevention and control, safety, and rural revitalization, Wang said.
For the upcoming six months, the goal for all departments is to accelerate business transformation and make upgrades to better meet women and children's personalized medical care needs, help promote in-depth development of the Chongqing Maternal and Child Health Specialty Alliance, strive to enhance industry influence, and promote the modernization of the management capabilities of CQHCWC's governance system, Wang pointed out.
Following the meeting, attendees left with a clearer vision of goals for the second half of this year, and they said they would focus on development goals and key tasks during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-25) to tackle pressing issues in the medical sector.
Medical professionals discuss accomplishments and goals at the meeting on July 22. [Photo/CQHCWC]