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Legal enforcement and development directions of health law in Ukraine.

Vilchyk, Tetyana В; Krainyk, Нrіhorіі S; Shandula, Oleksandr O.
Wiad Lek; 72(4): 692-696, 2019.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | Maio 2019 | ID: mdl-31055558
Resumo: OBJECTIVE: Introduction: The development of medical law should take place systematically based on scientific basis and guided by international experience. The article describes the tendencies and prospects of the medical law development of Ukraine in the context of globalization and European integration processes. The aim of this work is to investigate the problems of legal enforcement and directions of the medical law development in Ukraine. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Materials and methods: We analyzed national and international acts that regulate community rights for medical care, protection of patient rights, which were studied using content analysis and analytical experience, as well as generalization of court practice and statistical data. RESULTS: Review and conclusions: Violation of patient rights is a socially harmful act, impunity of which also affects social security. The quality control mechanism of medical care should be permanent and aimed at improving this quality. It is necessary to create a National Quality Control Agency that would be independent, not subordinate to the Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine, with professional experts with experience in this direction. The problem of legal protection of patient and doctor rights, as well as provision of legal support to medical institutions and the creation of a regulatory framework to reform the health care system is relevant. It is necessary to create a register of medical lawyers. Creating a system for reporting and monitoring medical errors should be one of the priorities of health care reform in Ukraine.