The head of Lebanese doctors in Beirut, Sharaf Abu Sharaf, and in the north, Salim Abi Saleh, called on the Minister of Health in the caretaker government, Dr. Hamad Hassan, to raise the value of the official tariff K to double, especially at a time Corona, and by applying the law of separation of fees, and direct payment of doctors from all guarantors within a time limit not exceeding three months, stressing the compulsion of the standard medical prescription in a manner that preserves the right of the patient, the pharmacist and the doctor alike.
During a working meeting held by the Minister of Health, the two heads of doctors, and officials in the health, financial and legal departments of the Ministry of Health, the two captains drew to the “overwhelming anger among the societies of pediatrics, general medicine, family medicine and bacterial medicine, as a result of what the issue of vaccines has reached after the decision it issued since Three months, it led to a decrease in the number of vaccinated children, which could lead to catastrophic complications if not quickly corrected. “
They told him that “the doctors are going to escalate the field and the media if no positive decision is taken in this regard, especially since the Pharmacists Syndicate is not in the process of modifying anything at the present time, it seems. Also, a large number of pharmacists administer the vaccine directly to Patient and antibiotics without a standardized prescription. And he called on him to “amend this decision on vaccinations, to adopt the mechanism that has been used successfully for more than 50 years, and to work to amend the law related to it.”
In this meeting, Hassan revealed that “the State of Qatar has provided two field hospitals for Corona, but their equipment is lacking and needs help and material support from the World Health Organization and the World Bank for processing.”
The two captain considered that it was advisable to equip governmental and private hospitals in Lebanon, where the infrastructure and hospital, nursing and medical staff are available, at a lower cost and faster time.