Analysis of healthcare reform in Ukraine

Institute for Economic Research and policy Consulting works on the issue of assessment of health care reform in Ukraine in the framework of two projects, which are supported by the International Renaissance Foundation:

  1. «Independent analysis of the healthcare reform progress in Ukraine» (June 2012 - May 2013)
  2. «Informational and educational campaign about analysis of the healthcare reform in Ukraine» (March-October 2013)

The project tasks include:

  • Evaluate progress of healthcare reform in pilot regions and outline current and potential problems of the reform implementation as well as impact of ongoing changes on access and quality of healthcare for population (including vulnerable categories);
  • Provide recommendations how to decrease the negative impact of identified problems       
  • Increase awareness of Ukrainian on the health care reform in Ukraine through introduction of informational and educational campaign on the reform implementation
  • Involve civil society into monitoring of health care reform

The project in the Facebook:


Public events:


Major outputs: 


Analytical report

Analytical briefs

  • Models of integration of health care to vulnerable groups of population ( )  (Andriy Huk, Vitaliy Rudenko, Valeriya Lekhan, Valentyna Ocheretenko, Nadiya Zhylka, 29.08.2013) (in ukr.)
  • Health personnel rights in the framework of healthcare reform in Ukraine ( (Zoryana Zhernenko, Vitaliy Teslenko, 14.06.2013) (in ukr.)
  • Competences of administrators in health care: today and tomorrow ( ’: 볿  (Tetyana Stepurko, Irena Gryga, 12.06.2013) (in ukr.)
  • International experience on health care provision for patients with specific disease types: case of the UK (Oleksandra Betliy, Kim Harper, 27.05.2013)
  • Regulation of prices on medicines in the EU (  (Oleksandra Betliy, Iryna Kosse, 13.11.2012)
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