Content of the presentation: presentation: - Project: Developing the Croatian Health Sector project pipeline for EU funds funds - Hungarian experience - AAM Team 2013 Croatian Ministry of Health and WB 2 Project: Developing the Croatian Health Sector project pipeline for EU funds funds 1. Project preparation procedures defined and pipeline of projects for international development funding established 2. Capacity development plan for the health sector elaborated, including human resources and organizational changes required, as well as criteria for hiring external service providers Project Timeline 3 Call for Applications – in Croatian 4 Project relevance: Project Project area by the National healthcare development strategy Explain Explain how your project fits the selected priority/measure Project Project area by other national, national, county and local strategic documents, and the applicant’s strategy (if there is one) Explain Explain how your project fits in these strategic documents Call for Appications 5 Project description: description: Project goals (general and specific) and their description Main project activities and their description Project results and their description Project indicators: Output indicators (at least 5) and Outcome indicators (at least 2) Capacities of the applicant: applicant: Size, Size, budget and Personnel (CV) Sustainability : Institutional and Financial Financial Questions for infrastructural projects 6 Feasibility and readiness : Ownership of the plot, plot, site Is there a prepre-feasibility study with analysis of alternatives Is there a complex feasibility study Environmental impact assessment Preliminary concept design, Construction design, design, Location permit Building permit Call for Applications – English part 7 1. Project name 2. Introduction of the applicant organization (location, capacities, activities) 3. Main problems to tackle 4. Main goals (objectives) of the project 5. Key actions (planned activities) - short list, description, duration and schedule draft 6. Implementation, project management and future operation 7. Proposed key output and outcome indicators (2(2-2) to measure how the applicant would like to reach its goals Hungarian Experience 2013 Planning structure for health care: care: a threethree-dimension approach 2nd National professional programs: 1st Type and level of care: care: CardioCardiocvascular program Cancer – control (oncology) program National Emergency Care Development Public Health program Prevention Primary care Building infrastructure Outpatient care (polyclinics) Procure new equipments Emergency care Short term care Long term care, rehabilitation 3rd dimensi on Home care ICT development Human resource development Organizational development Examples from Southern Transdanubian Region: Region: successfully implemented EU funded projects Rehabilitation center from small town hospital Renewed outpatient (poly) poly) clinics New outpatient (poly) poly) clinics ReRe-structured hospital Renewed Emergency care center Territorial screenning center Key messages based on our experiences Foster national priority setting Be ready for planning and for implementation of projects, projects, for higher administration requirements Develop human resources: resources: -knowledge about EU principles, principles, directives -skills on strategic planning and project management -team building Develop professional networks and benchmark Build partnership horizontally and vertically Project implementation team 12 Project coordinator, MoH – Dario Sambunjak Funds,, MoH – Martina Car Head of Independent Service for Accession and Structural Funds AAM Management Information Consulting: Team Leader – Csaba Dozsa Strategic business analyst – Marton Szots Project programming officer – Branka Novosel Trainer – Haris Piknjač Project director – Renato Cobal Project manager – Barbara Klen Project assistant –Ivana Kovač AAM 13 18 years of expansion 14 countries About 80 employees 10 years CEE regional experience EU and World Bank projects 1500+ projects AAM Budapest (1994) €10M turnover AAM Bucharest (2006) AAM Zagreb (2010) Consultancy in the region 14 8 years in Structural and Cohesion funds, Phare, IPA, World Bank, Transition Facility Large-scale projects (up to 2 million EUR) Technical assistance projects at Ministries and key governmental Bodies (i.e Managing Authorities) e-government, IT system selection and implementation support, operational process improvement, Programme and project evaluation, Financial applications, Census, Cost-benefit analysis, Juridical statistics, Schengen preparation, Capacity development trainings, Project/Programme management Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Hungary Kosovo Macedonia Montenegro Romania Serbia Ukraine India Kazakhstan North-Cyprus AAM Management Information Consulting Ltd. 1133 Budapest, Capital Square Irodaház, Váci út 76. telephone: +36 1 465 2070, fax: +36 1 465 2078 web: www.aam.hu S.C. 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