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NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

2016 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT


and 2017 PLANS
ARIEL I. VALENCIA, MD, MPH, CESO III
March 29, 2017
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Reasons for Low


Budget Line Item
BUR Utilization (less than Measures Taken
Current Appropriation
93%)
REGULAR
88%
APPROPRIATION

Personal Services 100% - -

Unutilized allotment for rental of


equipment/utilities/
MOOE 86%
communications/repair and
maintenance expenses
All the furniture and fixtures
Funds allocated for office
Capital Outlay 0% needed by the different units
equipment
has already been furnished

AUTOMATIC
99% - -
APPROPRIATION
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Reasons for Low


Budget Line Item
BUR Utilization (less than Measures Taken
Current Appropriation
93%)
SARO FROM DBM 100% - -

Personal Services 100% - -

Automatic Appropriation 99% - -


Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Reasons for Low


Budget Line Item
BUR Utilization (less than Measures Taken
Current Appropriation
93%)
DOH ATTRIBUTES 71%
Amended WFP/PPMP for
480 units Digital Thermometer Digital Thermometer for
for Vaccine Refrigerators not Vaccine Refrigerators to
MOOE 92% procured due to low unit cost decrease no. of units &
of P4,689.50/unit increase unit cost from
P4,689.50 to P6,780.00
Balance/Savings
reprogrammed
Capital Outlay 64% WFP/PPMP/PRs on process
(HFEP)
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Reasons for Low


Budget Line Item
BUR Utilization (less than Measures Taken
Current Appropriation
93%)
SUB-ALLOTMENT
FROM DOH-CENTRAL 74%
OFFICE

Personal Services 100% - -

For the implementation of


Water and Sanitation Projects
MOOE 70%
under the Bottom-Up Budgeting
(BuB) for FY 2016
Procurement of Equipment for
Capital Outlay 78% BHS, School-Based BHS and
BHS with Birthing Clinics
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Budget Line Item


BUR
Current Appropriation
Regular Appropriation 88%

SARO from DBM 100%

DOH Attributes 71%

Sub-allotment from DOH-Central Office 74%

TOTAL 76%
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Budget Line Item Reasons for Low


Continuing BUR Utilization (less than Measures Taken
Appropriation 93%)
REGULAR
100% - -
APPROPRIATION

DOH ATTRIBUTES 90%


P16,176.40 Savings from PEP
MOOE 92% Cards purchased in a much To be reverted
lower cost.
BuB Project of Pasay City for
Equipment erroneously
Capital Outlay 0% To be reverted
released by DBM-CO as
Infrastructure
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Budget Line Item Reasons for Low


Continuing BUR Utilization (less than Measures Taken
Appropriation 93%)

SARO from DBM 100% - -

Capital Outlay 100% - -


Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Budget Line Item Reasons for Low


Continuing BUR Utilization (less than Measures Taken
Appropriation 93%)
SUB-ALLOTMENT
FROM DOH-CENTRAL 74%
OFFICE
For additional hiring of Human
MOOE 85%
Resources for Health

For the use of LGUs with


approved BuB Multi projects
which was erroneously
To be reverted
Capital Outlay 0% released as Capital Outlay
instead of MOOE. Request for
authority to use was denied by
DBM-NCR.
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Budget Line Item


BUR
Continuing Appropriation
Regular Appropriation 100%

DOH Attributes 90%

SARO from DBM 100%

Sub-allotment from DOH-Central Office 74%

TOTAL 87%
Budget Utilization, FY 2016

Budget Line Item BUR

Current Appropriation 76%

Continuing Appropriation 87%

TOTAL 77%
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

PLANTILLA
Unfilled
7%

PLANTILLA FILLED UNFILLED

147 137 10

Filled
93%
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Accountant II 1 0 -

Accountant III 1 0 -

Administrative
5 0 -
Aide IV

Administrative
1 0 -
Aide VI

Administrative
0 1 For publication
Assistant I
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Administrative
5 0 -
Assistant II

Administrative
16 1 For selection process
Assistant III

Administrative
2 0 -
Assistant V

Administrative
4 1 For publication
Officer I

Administrative
1 0 -
Officer III
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Administrative
2 0 -
Officer IV

Administrative
6 0 -
Officer V

Attorney III 0 1 No taker

Chief
Administrative 1 0 -
Officer
Computer
Maintenance 1 0 -
Technologist II
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Development
Management 2 0 -
Officer III
Development
Management 16 0 -
Officer IV
Development
Management 4 0 -
Officer V

Director III 1 0 -

Director IV 1 0 -
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Dormitory
1 0 -
Manager I

Draftsman II 1 0 -

Engineer III 1 0 -

Engineer IV 1 0 -

Entomologist III 1 0 -
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Health Education
and Promotion 1 0 -
Officer II
Health Education
and Promotion 1 0 -
Officer III
Health Program
4 0 -
Researcher

Legal Assistant II 0 1 For selection process

Licensing Officer
4 0 -
II
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Licensing Officer
8 1 For selection process
III

Licensing Officer
1 0 -
V

Medical Officer III 3 2 For notice to submit application with resume

Medical Officer IV 7 0 -

Medical Officer V 1 0 -
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Medical Specialist
1 0 -
III

Medical Specialist For conversion (formerly tagged to CT1 position


0 1
IV with colatilla)

Medical
3 0 -
Technologist II

Medical
1 0 -
technologist IV

Midwife VI 1 0 -
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Nurse III 3 0 -

Nurse V 7 0 -

Nutritionist
1 0 -
Dietician IV

Pharmacist III 1 0 -

Planning Officer II 1 0 -
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Planning Officer
1 0 -
III

Senior Health
6 0 -
Program Officer

Statistician II 2 0 -

Statistician III 1 0 -

Supervising
Administrative 1 0 -
Officer
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status

POSITIONS FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Training Specialist
1 0 -
II

Training Specialist
1 0 -
III

Dentist III 0 1 No NOSCA from DBM yet

TOTAL 136 11
Human Resource for Health (HRH) Status
Deployment Program

POSITION/S FILLED UNFILLED REASONS FOR UNFILLED POSITIONS

Nurses 271 0 -

Rural Health
82 10 3 Midwives Resigned
Midwives
Medical
13 0 -
Technologist

Dentist 7 0 -

Public Health
164 331 Ongoing Hiring
Associate
Regional Office Initiatives/Good Practice

Good Practice/Initiatives Accomplishment

Local Policy Issuances to counteract Traffic, Accidents


Healthy Cities Dialogue for Action: A Multi-Sectoral
and unhealthy environments such as Transportation
Consultative Meeting
code and Road safety were discussed
As of December 31, 2016, there were 16,977 dengue
Dengue Prevention and Control Program Manual of cases, 37% lower compared to the same period last year
Procedures (MOP) for Metro Manila (26,865) and 31% lower than previous five-year average
(2011-2015)
In 2016, CPR hits to 48% which is the highest CPR in the
TOT on IRR of RPRH Law
region
A data base were generated with a total of 4,033
Barangay Health Workers in all 17 LGUs of NCR. Those
Barangay Health Workers: Modelong Ayaning BHWs identified as having a high risk for CVD were given
Makamasa medical interventions and others were referred to the
different DOH retained hospitals for further assessment
and management
2017 Plans: Focus Strategy
• Infants
• Under -5
Specific age group • Adolescent and Youth
• Reproductive Age Group
Projects
Programs • Elderly

• Urban poor
• Informal settlers
Specific Sector
Activities • Women and children
• PWD

• Poor health system


performance
Specific LGU
PHA Goals, Objectives and Targets • Red indicators
• Focus intervention
(i.e. SDG/NOH, CAS)
Financial Risk Improve access to Sustain the gains:
Protection quality health MDG Goals
National Health Insurance services • Child Health
Program
• ↓ Infant Mortality
• Fast track accreditation of
• Increase coverage to health facilities • ↓ Under five Mortality
100% • Regulation, Licensing, and • Maternal Health
• Increase utilization to 95% Enforcement • Facility-based
• LTO deliveries
• Monitoring, inspection and • Deliveries assisted by
surveillance SBA
Continue and
• Investigation/fact finding • Pre- and post-natal
Strengthen care services
• Infectious Diseases
• Service Delivery Networks • TB CDR and TSR
• Public Health Units in • Dengue cases and
retained hospitals Jumpstart the deaths
• Monitoring and Evaluation Sustainable • HIV testing to
of health programs and Development Goals pregnant women and
projects MARPS; HIV facilities
and peer educators
Approved Program Budget for 2017

Program/Project GAA 2017, in Million Php


Expanded Program on Immunization 4.1
Family Health & Responsible Parenting 4.1

Other Infectious Diseases (HIV/AIDS, Dengue, FWBD) 26.1

TB Control 41.4

Elimination of Diseases 5.5

Rabies Control 4

Non-Communicable Disease Prevention and Control 31.7


Operation of Dangerous Drugs Abuse Treatment and 3,000*
Rehabilitation Centers
Improve Access to Quality Health Services

Fast track: Accreditation of Health Facilities


HEALTH FACILTIES
Health
Lying-In
Center PCB DOTS MCP
BHS HOS
Non
BF G P
BF
NCR 53 422 5 482 56 22 466 216 29

Regulation, Licensing, and Monitoring, inspection and


Enforcement surveillance
LTO Investigation/fact finding
HFEP 2018 Proposal
(Health Center and Hospital)

Facility Infrastructure Equipment Total

Health Center 46,480,000 58,400,000 104,880,000

Hospital 365,022,000 435,009,000 800,031,000

Grand Total 411,502,000 493,409,000 904,911,000


Strengthening Internal Management System

• Facility Improvement
• Workplace improvement
• Re-assignment/re-allocation of workplace in line with RAT Plan
• Institute and monitor implementation of cost-cutting measures
in partnership with the employees’ union
• Continuous Quality Management System Improvement