METHODOLOGICAL STUDIES OF PUBLIC MECHANISMS OF MANAGEMENT FOR CHANGES IN THE SYSTEM OF HEALTH PROTECTION

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_sr/01062018/5618

1Vovk Svetlana PhD of Economic Sciences, associate professor,
2Dsetiar Andrii professor, doctor of public administration,
3Tokareva Valentina professor, doctor of public administration

1Ukraine, Mariupol, Donetsk National Medical University,
2Ukraine, Kharkiv state Academy of culture, Ministry of culture of Ukraine,
3Ukraine, Mariupol, Donetsk State University of Management

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Abstract.

This research is an attempt to tackle the problem of healthcare management as a diverse and virtually autonomous system, which is in a dire need of transformation. In the article we try to describe mechanisms and strategies of its trasfiguration for the contemporary needs of Ukraine as a country which is undergoing both political and economic transformations in course of which it is necessary to guarantee quality medical services and medicines to citizens of Ukraine in a full size. Main signs of systemic changes in the health sector mentioned above include the object of studies, such as social relations in the medical sphere, which are regulated by certain laws of the organization of activities within the structures; the purpose of these changes, which is to achieve such a degree of ordering of social relations, where the compliance of the behavior of all subjects corresponds to the normative models described in the laws of a particular country.

Keywords: system of health, mechanisms of management, of social relations, system changes, state control mechanisms

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