Kangbuk Samsung Hospital was selected to run the Mongolian National Diagnostic and Treatment Center Operation and Management Consulting Project organized by the Korea Foundation for International Healthcare, Korea Biomedical Review reports.
Kangbuk Samsung Hospital has conducted the first and second rounds of consulting for the project since September 2020, which led to significant improvements in the overall operating indicators of the National Diagnostic and Treatment Center.
Consequently, the center recorded a 48 percent increase in the number of outpatients, a 34 percent increase in the number of inpatients, a 220 percent increase in the number of PET-CT examinations, a 107 percent increase in the number of health checkups, and a 20 percent increase in the number of clinical pathology diagnostic tests.
The consulting project will be conducted in close cooperation with the Mongolian Ministry of Health and KOFIH for about 20 months from September 2023 to April 2025.
Accordingly, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital will establish a strategy to revitalize the specialized center, support the organization and operation of a specialized nursing team, strengthen the capabilities of nuclear medicine personnel, and improve the medical device maintenance management system.