DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Ukrainian Governmental and Private Medical services and Equipment Market" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Development of public medicine has recently come under the influence of reforming the system of medical institutions financing. The current system is inefficient for Ukraine.
There is a significant shortage of funds in the public health system. Budget financing of medical and preventive measures is carried out in limited volumes, which significantly complicates their implementation. Medical care is paid in many areas of medical and preventive activities.
Insufficient financing of national health systems, as well as scientific developments in the field of medicine, what mainly represented by public hospitals, does not allow introducing many innovative medical technologies to the market. Accordingly, most patients are treated with old technologies.
Most of the medical staff works in public hospitals in Ukraine. Medical universities produce specialists in accordance with the needs of public hospitals. Therefore, training structure is generally similar to the demand in this area. The largest share among physicians makes therapist, surgeons and dentists.
Educational institutions used to send medical students who studied at the expense of the state order to medical institutions where they had to work for three years. If the graduate refused to work, he was obliged to refund the money for training. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine released medical students from compulsory training in 2017.
Another innovation related to the training of medical personnel is the establishment of a minimum pass mark of at least 150 points for each certificate of External Independent Testing. Corresponding changes were made to the conditions of admission to higher educational institutions in 2017. This step is aimed at increasing the level of knowledge of applicants entering medical specialties. Now the quality of students' education remains at a low level. The government spends hundreds of millions of budgetary funds for training specialists: in 2015 - 556,8 million UAH, in 2016 - 649,8 million UAH.
Key Topics Covered:
1. General characteristics of market of medical services in Ukraine
2. Assessment of the health status of the Ukrainian population in dynamics from 2015-2016
3. Main indicators of the market of medical services in Ukraine
4. Material and technical resources on the market
5. Information on competitor UTAS
6. Conclusions and recommendations regarding the implementation of new imported equipment in the public medical sector, Forecasting trends in the market in 2017-2022
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