The Hidalgo Ministry of Health (SSH) will prioritize the Monitoring of Time, Heart and Life programs in 2023, which seek to eliminate obstetric violence as well as reduce heart attacks in Hidalgo and humanized births to promote telemedicine .
“There is a lot of work to be done for this year,” said Maria Zoraida Robles Barrera, head of the unit, announcing strategic projects at the Tulancingo General Hospital.
Projects integrated in telemedicine include Tiempo, Corazón y Vida, which seek to treat thrombolysis remotely in the unit’s medical centers.
It aims to decentralize services and staff training, which he said will help all Hidalguenses receive quality care.
One of the projects is the operation of two hemodynamic rooms: in the General Hospitals of Pachuca and Tulancingo, which will continue to provide care.
Robles Barrera announced that a plan is being implemented at Tulancingo Hospital, which is expected to be expanded to Hidalgo for select emergencies with iTriage; That is to say, a digital system that supports the measurement of waiting times of patients who present with a qualification in degree of urgency and thus attended based on these data.
In addition, they will seek articulation of first-level services with integration of computer equipment with the Internet to bring these centers closer through telemedicine and teletutorials in the interpretation of imaging studies by experts.
The Secretary explained that, despite the fact that the projects are focused on innovation and technology, it is important to emphasize that “the human person is the center of all our work, his dignity, therefore providing a sympathetic, friendly treatment to a human Empowerment and an inclusive perspective, especially with priority groups of people, is the focus on which Hidalgo’s services should be based.”
With regard to projects for the replacement of health centers and hospitals in the unit, he pointed out that they are in a very early stage of construction, for which reason he considered that it would not be possible to open a new hospital in 2023; However, he explained, this would be worked on, as he still had to face many challenges during the next year and assured that the population of Hidalgo would have a “progressively better health system”.
Facing questions about the lack of diagnosis during the COVID-19 pandemic, he explained that among strategic projects it is believed that priority groups of people, such as older adults, people with high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and newborns, complete immunization plans and growth controls for residents that were delayed due to the health emergency.
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