The Centre’s research is focused on health care that is studied as a system of organizations and individuals working to provide medical aid, healthy lifestyle development and disease prevention, as well as the interaction of health care and other areas of society.
Key research areas:
- Studying the transformations of institutions that organize, manage, and finance health care
- Creating integrated healthcare systems and developing ways to organize medical care as well as developing the industry’s workforce potential and increasing motivation among medical employees
- Improving the healthcare management and funding systems, organizational legal support and developing administrations in medical organizations
- Researching financial support in the form of state guarantees for medical care
- Developing new forms of co-financing for health care using public and private sources; developing new methods to finance healthcare organizations, paying for medical care, and setting fees in the mandatory health insurance system
- Research in advancing the private healthcare sector and developing new ways for private organizations to take part in state guarantee programmes
- Developing methodological and practical issues to gauge the results of medical organizations' activities
- Developing suggestions on development areas and strategies for the healthcare system and its components
- Generating a planning methodology in the healthcare system and restructuring the network of health facilities; developing management for medical organizations
- Conducting monitoring research that creates a representative database for socioeconomic processes in health care
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