The Health Insurance Organization has implemented clinical guidelines (KKO) with the aim of strengthening the field of prevention within the NHS, as it informs in its announcement.   ;
The KCOs concern the preventive screening of iron deficiency/iron deficiency anemia in childhood, developmental hip dysplasia and the preventive vision screening in children. As he notes, the above instructions were prepared by the relevant scientific companies.
“In view of the continuous improvement and upgrading of the quality level of the health care services provided within the framework of the NHS, the Health Insurance Organization has set as one of its priorities the adoption and implementation of clinical guidelines, quality standards and protocols based on evidence-based medical practice”, states the OAU.
It is also recalled that in 2021 the Organization started its cooperation with the international organization NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence), within which the adaptation and adoption of a number of guidelines is promoted based on the conditions set by NICE and with the aim of consolidating the tools and mechanisms for the promotion of scientifically documented ( evidence based) and cost effective health services within the framework of the NHS.