The Health Ministry of Ukraine plans to sign a memorandum of cooperation with the Dutch organization Task Force Health Care.
“Thanks to the Task Force Health Care, the Dutch medical business will get an opportunity to invest in Ukrainian medicine. Within the framework of The World of Health Care international congress, Deputy Health Minister Roman Ilyk and Secretary General of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport of the Netherlands Erik Gerritsen discussed the progress of Ukrainian medical reform, the issue of transplantation in the country and Ukraine’s accession to the Dutch healthcare platform which cooperates with over 30 world countries,” the press service of the Health Ministry of Ukraine reports.
As noted, the Netherlands is studying the Ukrainian model of health care transformation, in particular the experience of introducing a capitation rate in the primary and secondary health care.
Task Force Health Care (TFHC) has been representing the Dutch life sciences and health sector since 1996. Various TFHC Platforms consist of partners from industry, knowledge institutes, NGO’s, healthcare providers and the government, which provide innovative and sustainable solutions to healthcare challenges all over the world. (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)