Lessons Learned about the Role of Government in Improving Health Care and Population Health
One individual has been pioneering quality improvement in Mexico for more than 20 years. IHI board member Enrique Ruelas, the former Vice Minister of Innovation and Quality for the Mexican Ministry of Health, led the development of the country’s first quality strategy in 2000, which earned him the 2005 Transparency Award by the Mexican government and helped foster a movement for quality and safety in Latin America. He is now advising the Ministry on a new National Quality Strategy that builds on the country’s first. In this blog post, IHI Project Assistant Santiago Nariño details what Dr. Enrique Ruelas has learned about the role of government in improving health care and population health and his activities since IHI’s first interview with him.
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