Jordan’s King Abdullah chaired a meeting at Basman Palace, Amman to follow up on the government’s measures to develop the health sector, the second such meeting in two months.
King Abdullah stressed the need for continuing to work towards reaching universal health coverage within a specific timeframe, urging concerted efforts by all stakeholders to support the health sector’s development, according to a Royal Court statement.
He noted the importance of advancing the healthcare system and the quality of services, with the cooperation of the Ministry of Health, the Royal Medical Services, and the private sector.
He said the ministry is working with the Social Security Corporation to expand health coverage, and studying including beneficiaries of the National Aid Fund in health insurance.
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