Projects at the MSAH
The content of health and social services was reformed as part of the Government’s key projects in 2016–2018. Reports on the results of the projects will be published in early 2019. The purpose of the reforms is to
- ensure equal services for older people, informal carers and family carers
- improve child and family services
- improve the efficiency of work ability support services and services for people with partial work ability
- combine services to make them more responsive to client needs and
- spread good practices and operating models for promoting health and wellbeing throughout Finland.
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Information on projects led by other ministries is available on the Government web service
- Statute drafting and development projects within the Government (valtioneuvosto.fi) (In Finnish)
- Objective: Healthcare and social welfare services will form packages that are responsive the client needs.
- Objective: Inequalities in health and wellbeing will be reduced by adopting best practices, among other measures.
- Objective: Services for children, young people and families will form a package that better meets clients’ needs.
- Objective: Older people and informal caregivers and family carers will have more equal and better coordinated services.
- Objective: People with partial capacity for work will remain at work or find employment on the open labour market.
- The goal is to generate and conduct broad-based discussion on child and family policy and to make the Finnish society more child and family-friendly.
- The Hyteariro project’s emblem, the Well-being and Health Sector Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Programme (#hyteairo) will support and speed up the utilisation of artificial intelligence and robotics.