USING THE PRINCIPLE OF E-MEDICINE IN TERMS OF STATE-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN REHABILITATION. PROBLEM STATEMENT

O. P. Mintser, N. O. Sinyenko, P. P. Haninets, O. V. Sarkanich, A. V. Semivolos, O. O. Yaroshenko

Abstract


The possibilities and reality of e-medicine problems solving with state-private partnership (SPP) technology in rehabilitation are considered. It is shown that the use of e-medicine is one of the most important levers of improving the quality of medical care during the period of rehabilitation treatment. It is postulated that as the healthcare informatization project are expensive its fast implementation is possible provided the widest use of the principles of SPP. It is believed that mobile medicine is the best example of modern SPP. For effective control of medical care quality the creation of specialized expert and advisory group of specialists is offered. The general principles of e-rehabilitation medicine implementing in the SPP format are defined.

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