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Title State Policy of Improving Medical Care for Newborns in Conditions of Medical Reform in Ukraine
Authors Didenko, Iryna Viktorivna  
Moroz, T.
Prasol, L.
Keywords державна політика медичної допомоги
state policy of medical care
медична допомога новонародженим
medical care for newborns
напрями покращення медичної допомоги
areas of improvement in medical care
Type Article
Date of Issue 2021
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/87817
Publisher Sumy State University
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Didenko, I., Moroz, T., & Prasol, L. (2021). State Policy of Improving Medical Care for Newborns in Conditions of Medical Reform in Ukraine. Health Economics and Management Review, 2(4), 62-70. https://doi.org/10.21272/hem.2021.4-06
Abstract The paper analyzes the policy of improving medical care for newborns in the context of medical reform in Ukraine. The state policy of improving medical care for newborns in other countries is analyzed. The directions of improving medical care for newborns in the conditions of medical reform in Ukraine are generalized. A comprehensive analysis of the current state policy of improving medical care for newborns on the example of Shostka Central District Hospital. The tendencies to improve medical care for newborns in Shostka district hospital are analyzed. The directions for improving medical care for newborns in the conditions of medical reform in Ukraine are determined, and recommendations for the improvement of medical care for newborns are offered. The study’s relevance is justified by the fact that, on the one hand, the preservation of life and health of children has always been and remains a priority for any civilized state, as it determines the level of its social, economic, and humanitarian development. On the other hand, current socioeconomic conditions determine the opportunities for the development of medical science and technology and their accessibility to the population, which dictate their problems and priorities in the field of public health and its essential component – newborns. Extremely high dependence of life and health of the newborn on medical and organizational and information technologies, optimization of medical care for pregnant women, mothers, and their children. The problem of the quality of care for newborns in current economic and social conditions is acquiring some new areas that require practical solutions. The work aims to theoretically substantiate the priority directions of the state policy of improving medical care for newborns in the context of medical reform in Ukraine and analyze its results in the example of Shostka Central District Hospital. The object of the study is the state policy to improve medical care for newborns in the context of medical reform in Ukraine. The subject of the research is the priority directions of the state policy of improving medical care for newborns in the conditions of medical reform in Ukraine. General scientific theoretical methods were used to solve the outlined tasks and achieve the goal of the research: study and analysis of scientific sources on the research problem and generalization of data. Statistical methods were also used. The survey results allowed us to scientifically substantiate the priority state directions of improving the quality of care for newborns. The transition from measures that replace the quality control activities of already provided medical care to a quality management system will ensure continuous, targeted improvement of newborns’ results, prognosis, and health indicators.
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