KING SAUD UNIVERSITY
HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM
Health care system Environment
Presented by :EIDAH ALHARTHI,
Supervised by : Dr. MELENA
* Goals of health care system.
* The scope and size of healthcare system.
* The basic functions of healthcare system: financing; insurance; payment; delivery (Providers).
* Health care system:
* A health care delivery system is a mechanism for providing services that meet the health-related needs of individuals.
* Goles of health care system:
* There are two key objectives of a health care delivery system:
* To provide universal access and to ...view middle of the document...
Demographic and economic patterns of Saudi Arabia:
The last official census in 2010placed the population of Saudi Arabia at 27.1 million, compared with 22.6million
in 2004 . The annual population growth rate for 2004 to 2010 was 3.2% per annum , and the total fertility rate was 3.04 .]4[Saudi citizens comprise around 68.9%of the total population; 50.2% are males and 49.8% females ; 67.1%of the population are under the age of 30years and about 37.2%are under 15 years; the population over the age of 60 years is estimated at 5.2% .
* 2025 ( According to United Nation projections, it is estimated that the population of Saudi Arabia will reach 39.8 million)
* 2050 (According to United Nation projections, it is estimated that the population of Saudi Arabia will reach 54.7million)
* birth rate (This is a natural outcome of the high birth rate 23.7(per 1000population)
* these improved statistics can mostly be attributed to the compulsory childhood vaccination programme implemented by the government since 1980 . This unprecedented growth will increase the demand for essential services and facilities including health care, while at the same time creating economic opportunities.
* The under 5years of age mortality rate fell 250 per 1000 live births in 1960 to 20.0per 1000in 2009
Apart from advancements in health care and social services
* Based on 2010 information, Saudi Arabia is ranked at a high level in the Human Development Index (0.75), which gives the country a rank of 55 out of 194 countries .
* The improvement in the national income is expected to impact positively on its various services including the health care services.
* Saudi Arabia is one of the richest and fastest growing countries in the Middle East. It is the world’s largest producer and exporter of oil, which constitutes the major portion of the country’s revenues [8,9]. In recent decades, however, Saudi Arabia has diversified its economy, and today produces and exports a variety of industrial goods all over the world. The sound economy and well-established industry base affects the Saudi commu- nity by increasing their income, leading to a per capita income of US$ 24 726 in 2008 ]10[compared with US$ 22 935 in ,2007US$ 14 724in ,2006US$ 13 639in 2005 ]11,12[and US$ 8140 in 2000 .13}
* Scope and size of health care system in Saudi Arabia:
Many organizations and individuals are involved in health care. These range from educational and research institutions, medical suppliers, insurers, payers, and claims processors to health care providers. Multitudes of providers are involved in the provision of preventive, primary, subacute, acute, rehabilitative, and continuing care. An increasing number of managed care organizations (MCOs) and integrated networks now provide a continuum of care covering many of the service components.
* Brief overview of health services development::
* 1925 (The first public...