District Quality Development Committee: Challenges and Development

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Karnchatpisit Khongsateinpong
Civilaiz Wanaratwichit


          Health care in the past used the concept of basic public health care. Nowadays, public health problems have changed. There are various factors, both from the people government and private organizations problem solving requires integration in all sectors. Therefore, there is an additional concept, namely the district health system, with the district quality of life development committee (PADC) as the public health management group in the target district are the strongly community and self-help citizens. Under engagement creation found problems, obstacles, and the district health system in the form of operations and management. Therefore, the operational guideline is that leaders must have leadership that is committed to work. There is decentralization and participatory management focusing on the people as the center. Under network operation to jointly carry out activities that are health problems or problems that affect the way of life of the people in the area for the result that the people have a good quality of life


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