HSE national service plan 2009

Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/304934
Title:
HSE national service plan 2009
Authors:
Health Service Executive (HSE)
Publisher:
Health Service Executive (HSE)
Issue Date:
2010
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/304934
Item Type:
Report
Language:
en
Description:
The primary purpose of the HSE National Service Plan (NSP) is to meet the legislative requirements under the Health Act, 2004 Section 31 (1) and (2), on the type and volume of health and personal social services to be delivered to the people of the Republic of Ireland for the monies voted by the Oireachtas, and within the approved employment levels set out in Government policy. NSP 09 is the basis on which the Minister for Health and Children evaluates our performance and our annual progress in meeting our legislative obligations. The NSP is submitted in conjunction with the Capital Plan for the year. NSP 09 is the first full year’s implementation plan for the second HSE Corporate Plan 2008 – 2011, translating its strategic objectives into actions and deliverables. Our six objectives are:  Health and Wellbeing  Sustainable Services  Operational Excellence  Unlocking our Potential  Quality and Safety  Trust and Confidence NSP 09 has been developed in a manner consistent with our strategic corporate objectives and reflects our commitment to improved integration. Since our establishment, supported by our corporate functions, the HSE has operated through three areas of service delivery: primary, community and continuing care, hospitals and acute services and population health services. During 2009 further improvements and organisational modifications will be achieved to ensure maximum effectiveness and efficiency in delivering more integrated care to our service users. Where possible, NSP 09 has been set out under this new integrated approach and demonstrates how we are moving to aligning financial, human resource and activity data with empirical targets and timescales for each care group and programme. Our patient / client services are supported by a range of corporate and support services functions which provide a range of necessary services to facilitate the smooth running of the organisation, enabling it to fulfil all of its functions. These include developing national standards and guidance, ensuring HSE compliance with statutory and legislative requirements, coordinating strategic and operational planning and providing the necessary services to enable the organisation to function efficiently and cost effectively. In previous years, in accounting for the totality of the Vote, information on our corporate and support service functions were included in the NSP. This year the NSP 09 only includes direct service delivery elements. Information on the role and functions of our corporate and support services can be found in the HSE Corporate Business Plan.
Keywords:
HEALTH SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT

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DC FieldValue Language
dc.contributor.authorHealth Service Executive (HSE)en_GB
dc.date.accessioned2013-11-04T13:02:14Z-
dc.date.available2013-11-04T13:02:14Z-
dc.date.issued2010-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10147/304934-
dc.descriptionThe primary purpose of the HSE National Service Plan (NSP) is to meet the legislative requirements under the Health Act, 2004 Section 31 (1) and (2), on the type and volume of health and personal social services to be delivered to the people of the Republic of Ireland for the monies voted by the Oireachtas, and within the approved employment levels set out in Government policy. NSP 09 is the basis on which the Minister for Health and Children evaluates our performance and our annual progress in meeting our legislative obligations. The NSP is submitted in conjunction with the Capital Plan for the year. NSP 09 is the first full year’s implementation plan for the second HSE Corporate Plan 2008 – 2011, translating its strategic objectives into actions and deliverables. Our six objectives are:  Health and Wellbeing  Sustainable Services  Operational Excellence  Unlocking our Potential  Quality and Safety  Trust and Confidence NSP 09 has been developed in a manner consistent with our strategic corporate objectives and reflects our commitment to improved integration. Since our establishment, supported by our corporate functions, the HSE has operated through three areas of service delivery: primary, community and continuing care, hospitals and acute services and population health services. During 2009 further improvements and organisational modifications will be achieved to ensure maximum effectiveness and efficiency in delivering more integrated care to our service users. Where possible, NSP 09 has been set out under this new integrated approach and demonstrates how we are moving to aligning financial, human resource and activity data with empirical targets and timescales for each care group and programme. Our patient / client services are supported by a range of corporate and support services functions which provide a range of necessary services to facilitate the smooth running of the organisation, enabling it to fulfil all of its functions. These include developing national standards and guidance, ensuring HSE compliance with statutory and legislative requirements, coordinating strategic and operational planning and providing the necessary services to enable the organisation to function efficiently and cost effectively. In previous years, in accounting for the totality of the Vote, information on our corporate and support service functions were included in the NSP. This year the NSP 09 only includes direct service delivery elements. Information on the role and functions of our corporate and support services can be found in the HSE Corporate Business Plan.en_GB
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherHealth Service Executive (HSE)en_GB
dc.subjectHEALTH SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGEMENTen_GB
dc.titleHSE national service plan 2009en_GB
dc.typeReporten
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