The activity took place on Tuesday and was organized by the Network Program in association with the Directorate of Non-Communicable Chronic Diseases of the Ministry of Health. It was intended for different influencers of health.
The meeting was attended by Adolfo Vega, Undersecretary of Primary Health Care; Chief of Sanitary Zone I, Celeste Morelli; Director of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases, Aaron Kane; Dr. Irene Gallagüillo, representing the Network Program; Director, Coordinator, Technical Team among other health officials.
In this regard, Dr. Irene Gallagüillo, head of the micro-management team of the REDS program, indicated that “we are working on a ministerial diabetes table to be able to organize the care part of all levels of care for this pathology which is a chronic disease that we know very well is heating up and is one of the most important factors of death that we have in adults”.
In addition, the professional commented that a healthcare network was drawn up that includes first, second and third levels of care, “where we are going to include health centers that are known as the Hospital de Clínicas Virgen María de Fátima.” are important in the U.S., since they’ve previously worked specifically with Enrique Vera Barros and Mother and Child Hospitals, thinking about diabetics that have also included gestational diabetes and childhood diabetes,” Gallagüillo commented. .
In addition, the doctor said that “this type of action is done within the framework of the provincial health plan so that all programs are ordered based on a route that a diabetic patient should take, for example, there is a mental health program.” nutrition coordination, among other areas of health”.
“The most important thing about this meeting is that all levels of care are present, it is necessary to socialize this whole path and be able to take it together, because it is an interdisciplinary work,” Gallagüillo said. concluded.