The Regional Best Practices project aims to collect, exchange, and implement proven and effective best practices. The practices themselves are simple measures that can easily be implemented in new regions.
We are bringing together global best practices to shine a light on how people are fighting the pandemic and supporting economies around the world, including through state support, local measures, business initiatives, and citizens’ initiatives.
Julie Gerberding, Executive VP at MSD, an acknowledged international expert and professional who is responsible for population health programmes, strategic communication and regulation issues, shares her vision of future healthcare.
This report by the Higher School of Economics (HSE) deals with the current state of healthcare in Russia, focusing on aspects related to meeting the sectors KPIs and to the priorities of the state policy in this area.
Russias success in the future depends largely on the dynamics of human capital. Health and education are two main human capital issues. Leadership in the global economy will increasingly be determined by the countrys competitiveness in the global markets of educational and medical technologies and services. In this connection, in the industry whose orientation is limited primarily to the detection and treatment of diseases, healthcare should become an integrated interdisciplinary system that can not only more effectively solve medical and social problems, but also be one of the main drivers of the growth of the Russian economy.