Olha Prokopenko, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1362-478X
Doctor of Economics, Professor, Collegium Mazovia Innovative University, Poland; Teadmus OÜ, Estonia
Viktoriia Shcherbachenko, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4570-3389
Ph.D., Sumy State University, Ukraine
Viktor Kulibaba, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3353-0668
Sumy State University, Ukraine
This paper summarizes the arguments and counterarguments within the scientific discussion on the issue health care anti-crisis management in the reality of the Covid-19 pandemic. The health care system is an important component in ensuring the national security of the state. The main purpose of the research is to assess the possibilities and generalization of data on anti-crisis activities of the organization that ensures the livelihood of the population in a global crisis caused by a complex of problems associated with the global pandemic coronavirus infection. The object of this study is the health care point of the Interregional Rapid Response Center of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. The subject of the paper can be considered deployment and implementation of anti-crisis activities within the health care point. Systematization literary sources and approaches for solving the problem health care points indicates that it is necessary to develop anti-crisis regulation program to save them. Methodological tools of the research methods were system-structural method, induction method, analysis of statistic figures and facts, SWOT-analysis. The authors have analyzed the organizational structure of health points of the Interregional Rapid Response Center of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine and defined their main tasks. It is clear that the provision of anti-crisis activities on a regular basis allows to purposefully form an effective subsystem for managing a health care facility in crisis situations. The system of anti-crisis management measures is proposed, and the effect of their implementation is determined by authors. In particular, the anti-crisis plan for the health care point of the center suggests working with humanitarian organizations and private and legal sponsors, which can provide additional support to health care points in building and improving the material and technical base. The set of measures for anti-crisis activities should become systemic, which will help in the long run to the health care point of the Interregional Rapid Response Center of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. The results of the study can be useful for researchers who have been conducting study on this topic, and students majoring in «Management and Administration in Health Care».
Keywords: anti-crisis management, health care point, Interregional Rapid Response Center, State Emergency Service of Ukraine, SWOT-analysis of health care point.
JEL Classification: H83, I15, I18.
Cite as: Prokopenko, O., Shcherbachenko, V., & Kulibaba, V. (2020). Health care anti-crisis management issues in the reality of the covid-19 pandemic. Health Economics and Management Review, 1(2), 16-23. https://doi.org/10.21272/hem.2020.2-02
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
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