An analysis of the monitoring of emergency preparedness of health care institutions in 2020 is presented. Emergency preparedness management plans of 48 personal health care institutions were evaluated: 25 hospitals providing secondary and tertiary level inpatient services, 3 specialized medical nursing and supportive care hospitals, 2 specialized medical rehabilitation hospitals, 7 personal health care institutions providing primary personal health care services, 11 personal health care institutions with a personal health care license granting the right to provide ambulance services.
Provides information on the effects of heat on the health of the population based on information sent by ambulance services.
Provides information on the effects of cold on the health of the population based on information sent by ambulance services.
Analysis of potential hazards and emergency situations of the Lithuanian national health system. The risk analysis identified potential hazards that could have a negative impact on the Ministry of Health sector, and assessed the level of emergency risk.
The survey is structured according to the three strategic pillars outlined in the action plan, will first list the actions in each technical areas of the pillars and then present a question on the implementation progress.To note, the answers should reflect the time period before the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the pandemic response experiences.
States Parties undertake to ensure the capacity provided for in Annex 1 to the World Health Organization (WHO) International Health Regulations (2005) (hereinafter referred to as the IHR) and to keep the WHO informed of the progress of the implementation of the IHR on an annual basis. In order to facilitate the implementation of the commitments, the WHO Secretariat shall provide States Parties annually with a tool for self-assessment of the IHR, which provides standardized information on the progress made in the implementation of the MDG.
The purpose of the survey is to assess the need for cooperation of municipal doctors with the Ministry of Health Emergency Situations Center, opportunities and ways of cooperation in the field of prevention of public health emergencies.
The report is based on the data of Lithuanian state institutions and the World Health Organization and the applied public health safety measures.