How to improve the efficiency of outpatient care?
On June 28, 2017 an international conference 'Outpatient Care Delivery in the Russian Federation: Creating a Platform for Improved Health Outcomes' was held at Higher School of Economics. The event was organized by National Research University - Higher School of Economics, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Russian Society of Tuberculosis Physicians, Harvard University, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard Medical School Center for Global Health Delivery-Dubai, Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
The panellists were the representatives of Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, Moscow Health Department, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics of Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, High School of Healthcare Organization and Management, New Economic School, National Scientific Research Institute of Public Health, 'Partners in Health', World Bank.
Towards Primary Health Care–Led Health Systems, Professor Rifat Atun (video)
Public Opinion on the State of Russian Health Care, Professor Sergey Shishkin
Outpatient Care in Russia: Major Problems and Outcomes, Professor Igor Sheiman
Improving Outcomes with Community Delivery: Lessons from the U.K. and Cuba, Professor Patrick Pietroni
Efforts to Improve Care Delivery in Canada, Professor Brian Hutchison
Delivering Health Care to Communities: Experience from the Netherlands, Professor Weinke Boerma
Overview of the TB Situation in the Russian Federation: The Role of Advanced Organizational Technologies in Addressing the Problem of Tuberculosis, Professor Irina Vasilyeva
Developing a Spectrum of Care Delivery: The Example from Tomsk, Dr. Irina Gelmanova
Imagining a Reorganized Russian Model of Care Delivery, Professor Vasily Vlassov
Using TB as an Entry Point to Improved Ambulatory Care Delivery: Zero TB Initiative, Professor Salmaan Keshavjee