Ministry of Healthcare (Ukraine)

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Ministry of Healthcare (Міністерство охорони здоров'я)
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Agency overview
Formed1991
JurisdictionUkraine
Headquarters7, M. Hrushevsky
street, Kiev, 01601[1]
Annual budget26.54 (2018)
Agency executive
Parent agencyCabinet of Ministers
Child agencies
  • State Nursing and Epidemiological Service
  • State Service for Medications
  • State Drugs Control Service
  • State Service of HIV/AIDS and socially dangerous illnesses
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The Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Міністерство охорони здоров'я України, МОЗ) is the main healthcare body in the system of central government. It is based on former Ministries of Healthcare. Naturalized Ukrainian American Ulana Suprun[3] was appointed acting Minister on 27 July 2016.[2] On 11 July 2015 President Petro Poroshenko conferred Suprun citizenship.[4][5]

Structure[edit]

The ministry consists of the central body headed the Minister of Healthcare and deputies to assist the minister. Ministry deputies elect several state healthcare administrations employee that specialize in certain field and coordinate operation of the government companies.

Leadership[edit]

Zoriana Skaletska – Minister
Roman Ilyk – Deputy Minister.
Pavlo Kovtoniuk – Deputy Minister.[6]
Oleksandr Linchevskyi – Deputy Minister.[7]
Olha Stefanyshyna – Deputy Minister on European Integration.[8] Previously, before summer 2017, this position occupied by Oksana Syvak.[9][10]

Medical department[edit]

Office of medical care for mothers and children

  • Division of medical care organization for children population
  • Division of obstetric and gynecological care organization

Office of medical care for adults

  • Division of primary medical care organization
  • Division of specialized medical care organization
  • Division of highly specialized medical care organization
  • Sector of radiation safety and health consequences of the accident on ChNPP
  • Sector of abroad treatment

Office of medical and social care

  • Division of medical rehabilitation rehabilitation, palliative and hospice care[11]
  • Division of examination of temporary and permanent disability
  • Sector of sanatorium treatment[12][13][14]

Department of emergency medical care and disaster medicine[edit]

  • Division of prehospital and hospital emergency medical care [12]
  • Division of coordination and providing medical care during anti-terrorist operations, emergency and martial law[15]

Department of public health[edit]

  • Division of coordination with other central executive bodies and ministries
  • Division of programs and projects
  • Division of legislative initiatives[16]

Natalia Piven  was the head of the department during 2016-2018[10][17]

Department of reform centers coordination[edit]

  • Division of formation of state policy in the field of reforms
  • Division of monitoring, electronic systematization and information security[14][12]

Department of pharmaceutical activity and quality of pharmaceutical products[edit]

  • Division of state registration of medicines and immunobiological drugs
  • Division of organization of drugs and narcotics circulation
  • Sector of the state policy formation in the field of quality of medicines[12]

Department of legal provision[edit]

  • Division of legal expertise
  • Division of analytics and systematization
  • Division of forensic-claim work[12]

Department of audit та analitics[edit]

  • Division of internal audit
  • Division of analysts and general control[12]

Department of the organization of providing the work of the apparatus (bureau)[edit]

  • Division of electronic registry and work with restricted documents
  • Division of the organization of work with citizens' appeals and access to public information
  • Sector of contrul of apparatus
  • Sector of provision of activity of the College of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine[12]

Department of accounting and financial reporting[edit]

  • Division of accounting
  • Division of accounting methodology and financial reporting[12]

Department of licensing and quality control of medical care[edit]

  • Division of licensing, certification and accreditation
  • Division of quality control of medical care
  • Sector of state control over the licensing of medical practice[12]

Office of organization of the work of the Ministry's leadership[edit]

  • Division of coordination of work of the Ministry's leadership
  • Division of press service

Division of international relations and Eurointegration[edit]

  • Sector of Eurointegration

Division of education and science[edit]

Division for ensuring interaction with public authorities and the public and social dialogue[edit]

Sector of mobilization work and civil protection[edit]

Regime-secret sector[edit]

Sector for assessing and eliminating corruption risks[18][edit]

Sector of labor protection and logistics[edit]

Patronage service of the Minister (independent sector)[12][edit]

Child agencies[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official website of the Ministry. About". 2014.
  2. ^ a b (in Ukrainian) The government appointed Acting Minister of Health, Ukrayinska Pravda (27 July 2016)
  3. ^ "Official website of the Ministry. Management". 2014.
  4. ^ President granted citizenship to Ulana and Marco Suprun: "Your efforts saved thousands of lives" (11 July 2016)
  5. ^ New Cabinet formed in Ukraine, UNIAN (14 April 2016)
  6. ^ Pavlo Kovtoniuk (17 March 2018). "Deputy Minister Pavlo Kovtoniuk declaration". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  7. ^ Oleksandr Linchevskyi (31 March 2018). "Deputy Minister Oleksandr Linchevskyi declaration". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  8. ^ Olha Stefanyshyna (1 April 2018). "Deputy Minister Olha Stefanyshyna declaration". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  9. ^ "Ministry of Healthcare (Ukraine): Current Minister and deputies" (in Ukrainian). Minister of Healthcare (Ukraine). Retrieved 31 March 2017.
  10. ^ a b "Ministry of Healthcare will watch online for infections in Ukraine" (in Ukrainian). Ukrayinska Pravda. Retrieved 31 March 2017.
  11. ^ Svitlana Lupei-Tkach (18 March 2018). "Declaration of the head of the division of medical rehabilitation rehabilitation, palliative and hospice care". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Ministry of Healthcare (Ukraine): contacts" (in Ukrainian). Moh of Ukraine. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  13. ^ "Competition for vacant positions of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine" (in Ukrainian). Apteka.ua magazine. 14 September 2016. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  14. ^ a b "Ministry of Healthcare (Ukraine): Structure" (in Ukrainian). Minister of Healthcare (Ukraine). Retrieved 31 March 2017.
  15. ^ Anastasiia Chabanenko (31 March 2018). "Declaration of the division of coordination and providing medical care during anti-terrorist operations, emergency and martial law specialist". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  16. ^ Iryna Rudenko (15 March 2018). "Declaration of the deputy of head of the Department of public health". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  17. ^ Nataliia Piven (1 March 2018). "Declaration of the head of the Department of public health". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
  18. ^ Svitlana Musiiaka (11 March 2018). "Declaration of the head of Sector for assessing and eliminating corruption risks". National Agency for Prevention of Corruption. Retrieved 7 January 2019.

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