Vision 2030 sets out the directions, objectives and commitments that Saudi Arabia seeks to achieve at various levels. It has adopted the empowerment of all ministries, agencies, institutions and entities with all that is consistent with achieving its aims in elevating citizens to a prosperous future and sustainable advancement. To this end, several enabling procedures were established to support the launching of programs aim at attaining Vision 2030 objectives by promoting the coordination between various government agencies, ensuring a rapidness in projects and initiatives completion, and secure sustainability in periodic review of implementation levels.
Hence, the National Transition Program (NTP) - one of the executive programs in realizing Vision 2030 – safeguards the formation of a strategic and operational wing to support several government agencies involved in Vision2030 realization. It paves the way toward fulfilling the strategic objectives associated with phased targets toward the attainment of Vision 2030 objectives.
Currently, the health system endures three major overlapping and intersecting roles, which leads to reducing the escalation of the health sector progression to levels that meet the aspirations of our wise leadership and citizens. These roles are:
The development of the health sector in line with Vision 2030 necessitate the detachment of the three roles currently provided by the Ministry of Health at this stage, which will direct the ministry's endeavors towards regulating and overseeing the health sector, without diverting its efforts into other tasks. This process serves as the cornerstone of the sector's development. The service provision role will be undertaken by five regional companies, while a government holding company will take charge of financing.
Health transformation strategic objectives: