Health care: what changes should be expected in 2023, – Mykhailo Radutskyi


In 2023, there will be a differential approach to financing medical facilities located near the front line and relatively quiet places.

Chairman of the Committee on the Health of the Nation Mykhailo Radutskyi announced the changes that will await the sphere of health care already next year. About this informs Press service of the Verkhovna Rada apparatus.

So, in 2023, it is planned to rebuild the medical infrastructure and bring the health care system up to European standards.

In order to implement this plan, two main documents will soon be approved: the Strategy for the Development of the Health Care System until 2030 and the Plan for the Recovery of the Medical System from the Consequences of the War for 2022-2032.

Also, according to the words Mykhailo Radutskyia medical reform will be carried out, which has received approval from the Verkhovna Rada.

According to it, infrastructural changes will take place.

Radutskyi reports that the network of medical institutions will be divided into hospital districts, and hospitals into general, cluster and supercluster hospitals. Basic services will be provided in the general ones, and the most complex operations will be carried out in the supercluster ones.

Next year, the quality of medical services at the state level will be closely monitored. NSHU will be able to evaluate the work of the medical sector and receive complaints from citizens, and respond to them accordingly.

According to the head of health care, the new reform envisages expanding the capabilities of individual institutions. So, according to him, where the treatment of heart diseases was a specialty, oncological diseases will be treated, for example.

Next year, significant funds from the budget will go to the medical field. As reported Radutskyiwe are talking about UAH 142.7 billion.

Separately, the chairman of the committee announced the introduction of new packages of medical services in the occupied territories (857 million UAH) and in the war zone (2.9 billion UAH). In this way, the financing of institutions that are located closer to the front line will be greater than those that are relatively calm.

The government also plans to send family doctors to places where they are lacking.

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