THEORETICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF HEALTH CARE REFORMJournal: Art of Medicine (Vol.4, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2020-02-25
Authors : I.K. Churpiy I.V. Melnyk N.V. Churpiy;
Page : 170-174
Keywords : health care system; healthcare technology; health insurance;
In recent years, the healthcare system in Ukraine has had constant changes and modifications. Through trials and errors, the government of Ukraine is trying to choose the most optimal system of medical services for the population. Ukraine is one of many developing countries in the post-Soviet space and most industries are in decline. The medical sector is no exception. This article analyzes the main theoretical and legal aspects of health care reform, their profitability for the Ukrainian population, their efficiency and resource costs. Improving public awareness of the legal aspects of the latest reforms, which are in place or are about to come into action in the near future, will allow people to more clearly understand what changes they are seeking and adjust the work of the government. Changes to each country start with every resident of that country. And when every citizen respects himself, his health and medical work - that is when the real changes will begin. The current model of Ukraine's public health policy should be based on the understanding that human health is a socio-economic value, and the priority of the state is the implementation of its actions to ensure the health of each person. The main goal of the state in implementing such a policy is to provide citizens with affordable and effective medicine. The quality of health care delivery is one of the most important issues in modern health care. The systematic approach to quality management of health care delivery is used. The quality management principles set out in ISO 9000 and ISO 9001 are based on ISO 9001. ISO 9001 standard on two methodological aspects: 1) process approach and consumer (patient) orientation and 2) customer (patient) expectations. According to ISO 9001, the quality assurance activities of the healthcare facility should be focused on clinical, and the organizational aspect of health care delivery. The introduction of ISO 9001 and the subsequent certification of the quality system make it possible to identify ineffective links in the clinic's activities, increase the efficiency of use of resources, avoid both duplication of work and "exposing" individual sites, document all production operations, establish responsibility for each of them, carry out the structuring of production processes and build clear technological schemes, and most importantly - significantly improve the quality of medical services. In addition, the introduction and certification of a quality management system enhances the prestige of the hospital.
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