Adult and Elderly Health


Background:
The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program established priorities and strategies aimed at reducing the morbidity and mortality of diabetes, as well as the establishment of homogeneous guidelines for sectoral application and the unification of criteria for the diagnosis and management of detected cases. The strategic actions included, mainly, the development of campaigns of diffusion of measures of self-care of the health, application of surveys of factors of risk to population of more than 20 years, development of competences and didactic methodologies for the personnel of health and access to information between health personnel and the general population.

Misión:
To be a Program that develops prevention, timely detection, treatment and control schemes for the attention of cardiovascular risk within the framework of the National Strategy of Prevention and Promotion for Better Health in the population of Tamaulipas.

Vision:
To be a Program that develops prevention, timely detection, treatment and control schemes for the attention of cardiovascular risk within the framework of the National Strategy of Prevention and Promotion for Better Health in the population of Tamaulipas.

Technical Standards:
regulations

  • Internal Regulation of the Ministry of Health. DOF 19-I-2004. Reform DOF 29-XI-2006.
  • Regulation of the General Law of Health in Matters of Provision of Medical Care Services. DOF 14-V-1986.
  • Regulation of health products. DOF 04-II-1998. Reform DOF 19-IX 2003.
  • Internal Regulation of the Interinstitutional Commission of the Basic Table of Inputs of the Health Sector. DOF 28-V-1997, 27-V-2003.

Rules

  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-167-SSA1-1997, for the provision of social assistance services for minors and seniors. DOF 17-XI-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-168-SSA1-1998, of the clinical file. DOF 30-IX-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-173-SSA1-1998, for comprehensive attention to people with disabilities. DOF 19-XI-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-174-SSA1-1998, for the integral management of obesity. DOF 12-IV-2000.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-015-SSA2-1994, for the prevention, treatment and control of diabetes in primary care. DOF 08-XII- 1994. Modification DOF 18-I-2001. Clarification of the DOF 27-III-2001 modification.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-017-SSA2-1994, for epidemiological surveillance. DOF 11-X- 1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-030-SSA2-1999, for the prevention, treatment and control of arterial hypertension. DOF 17-I-2001.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-037-SSA2-2002, for the prevention, treatment and control of dyslipidemias. DOF 21-VII-2003.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-043-SSA2-2005, basic health services, promotion and education for health in food. Criteria to provide guidance. DOF 23-I-2006.

Values:
The care of people with diabetes needs multiple health professionals through different scenarios, such as general practice, the community, hospitals, private institutions. It is necessary to work individually with the patient to modify the behaviors, guide and educate in a more close and personalized way, which makes it necessary to increase the number of health professionals such as nutritionists, diabetes educators especially in the first level of attention.

Quality politics:
Establish and design innovative prevention and control actions that allow diabetes and its complications to be addressed with integrated management schemes.

General objective:
Prevent, control and, where appropriate, delay the onset of diabetes mellitus and its complications in the Mexican population, as well as raise the quality of life and the number of years of healthy life of people with this condition, through cost interventions -effective, directed to the determinants and environments.

Specific objectives:

  1. Promote a new culture for health among the population that promotes changes in healthy attitudes that reduce the risk of suffering from diabetes mellitus.
  2. Provide multidisciplinary care for the adequate control of diabetes mellitus and associated chronic noncommunicable diseases, and prevent their complications.
  3. Promote actions that reduce the incidence of diabetes mellitus and associated chronic noncommunicable diseases, to help slow down mortality.
  4. Achieve glycemic control in people with diabetes mellitus in treatment to improve their quality of life.
  5. Increase the timely detection of diabetes mellitus among the population at risk for its comprehensive control.
  6. Generate timely and quality information at national, state and regional levels for the evaluation of program actions and favor decision making.

Basic strategies:

  • Detections of diabetes.
  • Identification of positive cases.
  • Reference of positive cases to first level Medical Units.
  • Admission to treatment.
  • Join mutual aid groups.
  • Achieve metabolic control

Lines of action:

  • Integrated detection of risk factors.
  • Detection campaigns of risk factors.
  • Permanent training of health personnel and the general population.
  • Reference of positive detections.
  • Attention by External Consultation.
  • Monitoring with the results of laboratory tests.
  • Make a Clinical File.
  • Monitoring of discarded cases.

Background:
The new vision of prevention and control of CHRONIC NONTRASMABLE DISEASES considers their attention under an integrated model of diseases that share similar risks and approaches, Arterial Hypertension, Obesity, Dyslipidemias and Metabolic Syndrome. The actions included, mainly, the development of campaigns of diffusion and educational communication for self-care of health, application of surveys for the screening of risk factors in a population older than 20 years and face-to-face training for health personnel, as well as The access to the information.

Misión:
To be a Program that develops prevention, timely detection, treatment and control schemes for the attention of cardiovascular risk within the framework of the National Strategy of Prevention and Promotion for Better Health in the population of Tamaulipas.

Vision:
To be a leading program in clinical prevention of cardiovascular risk, providing comprehensive services, multidisciplinary care and universal coverage, overweight patients, cardiovascular risk and other NCDs, such as diabetes mellitus, to reduce the risk of disease, delay appearance of complications and improve the quality of life.

Technical Standards:
regulations

  • Internal Regulation of the Ministry of Health. DOF 19-I-2004. Reform DOF 29-XI-2006.
  • Regulation of the General Law of Health in Matters of Provision of Medical Care Services. DOF 14-V-1986.
  • Regulation of health products. DOF 04-II-1998. Reform DOF 19-IX 2003.
  • Internal Regulation of the Interinstitutional Commission of the Basic Table of Inputs of the Health Sector. DOF 28-V-1997, 27-V-2003.

Rules

  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-167-SSA1-1997, for the provision of social assistance services for minors and seniors. DOF 17-XI-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-168-SSA1-1998, of the clinical file. DOF 30-IX-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-173-SSA1-1998, for comprehensive attention to people with disabilities. DOF 19-XI-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-174-SSA1-1998, for the integral management of obesity. DOF 12-IV-2000.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-015-SSA2-1994, for the prevention, treatment and control of diabetes in primary care. DOF 08-XII- 1994. Modification DOF 18-I-2001. Clarification of the DOF 27-III-2001 modification.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-017-SSA2-1994, for epidemiological surveillance. DOF 11-X- 1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-030-SSA2-1999, for the prevention, treatment and control of arterial hypertension. DOF 17-I-2001.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-037-SSA2-2002, for the prevention, treatment and control of dyslipidemias. DOF 21-VII-2003.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-043-SSA2-2005, basic health services, promotion and education for health in food. Criteria to provide guidance. DOF 23-I-2006.

Values:
Ensure effective management of risk factors and complications to achieve a better quality of life for patients and their families.

Quality politics:
Design and establish innovative measures for prevention and control that allow cardiovascular disease and its complications to be addressed with integrated management schemes. For this, it is essential to have a new organizational structure under an integrated model of sectoral and institutional actions to achieve greater effectiveness in containing them.

General objective:
Prevent, control and, where appropriate, delay the onset of cardiovascular risk and its complications in the population of Tamaulipas, as well as raise the quality of life and the number of years of healthy life of people with this condition, through cost interventions -effective, directed to the determinants and environments.

Specific objectives:

  1. Promote a new culture for health among the population that promotes changes in healthy attitudes that reduce cardiovascular risk.
  2. Provide multidisciplinary care for the adequate control of chronic noncommunicable diseases, and prevent their complications.
  3. Promote actions that reduce the incidence of chronic noncommunicable diseases and decelerate mortality.
  4. Achieve control of blood pressure, lipids and achieve a healthy weight to reduce cardiovascular risk.
  5. Increase the timely detection of cardiovascular risk in users of services and the population at risk for their comprehensive control.
  6. Generate timely and quality information at national, state and regional levels for the evaluation of program actions and favor decision making.

Basic strategies:

  • Detections of noncommunicable chronic diseases.
  • Identification of positive cases.
  • Reference of positive cases to first level Medical Units.
  • Admission to treatment.
  • Join mutual aid groups.
  • Achieve metabolic control

Lines of action:

  • Integrated detection of risk factors.
  • Detection campaigns of risk factors.
  • Permanent training of health personnel and the general population.
  • Reference of positive detections.
  • Attention by External Consultation.
  • Monitoring with the results of laboratory tests.
  • Make a Clinical File.
  • Monitoring of discarded cases.

Background:
The Aging Care Program during the previous year achieved the following outstanding advances:

  1. The reinstallation of the State Committee for Attention to Aging, with the participation of the Health Sector, DIF and the institutions of assistance to the elderly.
  2. Anti-influenza vaccination of adults aged 60 and more, 124 299 doses applied.
  3. Pneumococcal vaccination of adults of 65 years and more 83 474 doses applied.
  4. Application of 12 861 dose of diphtheria toxoid.
  5. Activities were carried out in favor of active and healthy aging, during the Weeks of Health for Large People (SSGG) and 25.5 million actions of prevention and health promotion were carried out.
  6. The carrying out of the Health, Well-being and Aging Survey was estimated, which will provide reliable and timely data on the situational diagnosis of aging in our state.
  7. Distribution of the Guidelines for Prostatic Hyperplasia, Depression and Alterations of Memory for the physician of the first level of care.

Misión:
To be a Sectoral Program that establishes and unifies strategies and guidelines on prevention and health promotion in the elderly population to achieve active and healthy aging within the framework of the National Strategy for Prevention and Promotion for Better Health in the population tamaulipeca

Vision:
To be a Program of excellence, leader in the surveillance, prevention and protection of the health of the elderly in the national and state scope and capable of fulfilling its mission in a work environment that promotes human development, satisfaction among users and service providers.

Technical Standards:
regulations

  • Internal Regulation of the Ministry of Health. DOF 19-I-2004. Reform DOF 29-XI-2006.
  • Regulation of the General Law of Health in Matters of Provision of Medical Care Services. DOF 14-V-1986.
  • Regulation of health products. DOF 04-II-1998. Reform DOF 19-IX 2003.
  • Internal Regulation of the Interinstitutional Commission of the Basic Table of Inputs of the Health Sector. DOF 28-V-1997, 27-V-2003.

Rules

  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-167-SSA1-1997, for the provision of social assistance services for minors and seniors. DOF 17-XI-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-168-SSA1-1998, of the clinical file. DOF 30-IX-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-173-SSA1-1998, for comprehensive attention to people with disabilities. DOF 19-XI-1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-174-SSA1-1998, for the integral management of obesity. DOF 12-IV-2000.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-015-SSA2-1994, for the prevention, treatment and control of diabetes in primary care. DOF 08-XII- 1994. Modification DOF 18-I-2001. Clarification of the DOF 27-III-2001 modification.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-017-SSA2-1994, for epidemiological surveillance. DOF 11-X- 1999.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-030-SSA2-1999, for the prevention, treatment and control of arterial hypertension. DOF 17-I-2001.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-037-SSA2-2002, for the prevention, treatment and control of dyslipidemias. DOF 21-VII-2003.
  • Official Mexican Standard NOM-043-SSA2-2005, basic health services, promotion and education for health in food. Criteria to provide guidance. DOF 23-I-2006.

Values:
Ensure effective management of risk factors and complications to achieve a better quality of life for patients and their families.

Quality politics:
The challenge that implies the growth of a population aging in Mexico, requires the design and establishment of innovative prevention and control measures that allow to attend with integrated management schemes the most prevalent diseases in this age group and their complications.

General objective:
Develop a situational diagnosis of the elderly to implement models of care that promote active and healthy aging in Tamaulipas, through interventions based on the best scientific evidence.

Specific objectives:

  1. Promote and implement the development of jurisdictional diagnoses on the felt and real needs of the elderly.
  2. Strengthen inter-institutional and intersectoral coordination in favor of active and healthy aging.
  3. Implement prevention and control schemes for diseases in older adults to promote active and healthy aging.
  4. Help in the installation of structures within the Health System that address the epidemic of chronic diseases and attention to aging.
  5. Improve the skills and competencies of health professionals through training in the area of ​​attention to aging.
  6. Generate timely and quality information at the state and jurisdictional level for the evaluation of program actions and favor decision making.

Basic strategies:

  1. Development of health models that provide multidisciplinary and integrated care for active and healthy aging, that strengthen the infrastructure with the participation of the different sectors and government orders.
  2. Implementation of social and educational communication campaigns, in favor of active and healthy aging in the agenda of all age groups, within the framework of the National Strategy for Promotion and Prevention for Better Health.
  3. Innovation in the provision of health services for the timely detection and diagnosis of diseases subject to the program that affect the elderly population who use the services of the Health System.

Lines of action:

  1. To set up, supervise and keep up-to-date the workforce with a geronto-geriatric focus for the care of this age group.
  2. Expand the basic table of medications for the management of diseases of greater prevalence in older adults.
  3. Implement Day Care Centers for Aging (Geronto-Geriatric).
  4. Distribute guides, manuals and protocols with reference to the care of the elderly.
  5. Intensify the actions of promotion and detection during the National Health Week for Large People.
  6. Carry out the detection of depression and memory alterations.
  7. Coordinate the reference and counter-referral to the second and third levels of care.

Information and prevention care through the 12 jurisdictions.

NOT. JURISDICTION PHONE
I Cd. Victoria (834) 312 1010, 312 2392
Fax: +312 0136 XNUMX
II Tampico 01 (833) 212 1088,
212 3128, 212 1395,
Fax: +212 2664 XNUMX
III H. Matamoros 01 (868) 819 1620, 819 2565
Fax: +817 4930 XNUMX
IV Reynosa 01 (899) 925 0560
With M. +923 7936 XNUMX
V Nuevo Laredo 01 (867) 712 9394
Fax: +712 9917 XNUMX
VI Blanket 01 (831) 232 1296
Fax: +232 5201 XNUMX
VII San Fernando 01 (841) 844 1660314-04-96
VIII Jaumave 01 (832) 336 0346
Fax: +336 0129 XNUMX
IX Miguel Alemán
X beautiful valley
XI Padilla 01 (835) 324 2148
XII Altamira


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