DOH Annual Reports

1977 DOH Annual Report
1989 DOH Annual Report
1990 DOH Annual Report
1992 DOH Annual Report
1993 DOH Annual Report
1994 DOH Annual Report
1995 DOH Annual Report
1996 Health and Productive Individuals and Families
1997 Future Impact of Modern Technology on the Health Status of the Filipino Family
1998 DOH Annual Report
1999 Setting the Agenda for Reform
2000 Building Foundations for Health Sector Reforms
2001 Setting the Momentum for Health Reforms
2002 Enlarging Horizons for Health
2003 Strengthening Partnerships for Health
2004 Building on Major Health Gains
2005 Shifting Gear Towards A More Efficient, Responsive and Sustainable Health Care System
2006 Managing Reform Investments Towards the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs)
2007 Making F1 Work Through Better Health Governance
2008 Health Reforms for the New Millenium
2009 Formula One for Health
2010 Achieving Universal Health Care for All Filipinos
2011 Kalusugan Pangkalahatan
2012 DOH Annual Report
2013 DOH Annual Report
2014 DOH Annual Report
2015 Annual report

 

Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS)

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2001 2002 2003 2005 2006
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
2012 2013  2014

 

Health Beat

2010 Spl Issue Nov Jan-Feb Mar-Apr  May-Jun Jul-Oct Nov-Dec
2011 Jan-Feb Mar-Apr May-Jun Jul-Aug Sep-Oct Nov - Dec
2012 Jan- Feb Mar- Apr Spl Issue - May May - Jun Jul- Aug Sept - Oct Nov-Dec
2013 January-Feb Mar-Apr May - June Jul - Aug Sept- Oct Nov- Dec
2014 Jan-Feb Mar-Apr May-June

Health Policy Brief

Vol. 1 (1) Monitoring industrial activities to protect the environmental determinants of health

Health Research Brief

Vol.1 (1) How did the health facility enhancement program improve the avialability of maternity care services?

Vol. 1 (2) Mainstreaming hospital scorecard to ensure quality services

Philippine Health Statistics (PHS)

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Policy Notes

Vol. 6 (1) Health sector performance on health financing : are we progressing towards equitable and efficient financing for health

Vol. 6 (2) Sustaining the gains of effective regulations for health

Vol. 6 (3) Health sector performance on service delivery : have we achieved availability and accessibility of essential health care for all?

Vol. 6 (4) Review of health governance status and achievement

Vol. 5 (1) Impact of global economic crisis in the Philippine health sector

Vol. 5 (2) The role of private and local government health insurance scheme in achieving universal coverage : opportunities and risk

Vol. 5 (3) NHIP membership and contribution : braving the challenges of universal coverage

Vol. 5 (4) Improving PhilHealth  benefits and provider relations: leaping forward in 2009 and beyond

Vol. 4 (1) Access to medicines at the point of service delivery

Vol. 4 (2) Essential drug price monitoring system

Vol. 4 (3) Ensuring the quality of medicines through post marketing surveillance

Vol. 4 (4) Framework for drug price control in the Philippines

Vol. 3 (1) Accelerating non-communicable disease prevention and control in the Philippines

Vol. 3 (2) Strengthening the enforcement of tobacco control initiatives under Republic Act 9211

Vol. 3 (3) Road safety as public health priority

Vol. 3 (4) Assuring food safety in the BFAD strengthening program : a collective will

Vol. 3 (5) Scaling up the mental health program

Vol. 2 (1) Foster behavior change through effective health promotion

Vol. 2 (2) Use the DOH budget to achieve health outcomes through leveraging LGU performance

Vol. 2 (3) Harmonize and strengthen health information system

Vol. 2 (4) Ensure adequacy, quality,  and equitable distribution of human resources for health in the country

Vol. 1 (1) Accelerate the reduction of malnutrition among pregnant and lactating women and children 0-2 years old

Vol. 1 (2) Accelerate a unified strategy to saver mothers, newborns and children

Vol. 1 (3) Combat the “big three” infectious diseases in the Philippines

Vol. 1 (4) Intensify efforts to eliminate filariasis, rabies, leprosy, and schistosomiasis

Vol. 1 (5) Mulit-sectoral action: key to improving access to water and sanitation services

Vol. 1 (6) Improve access of the poor to quality and affordable essential drugs



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